Kurtis Foden
PHYS1410L 819
Rigel Cappallo
Period of an Oscillating Ring
28 January 2016
Partner: Shawn Doglin
Objective: To determine the average period of oscillating
rings of various sizes.
Introduction: Similar to a pendulum, a ring will oscillate when

Name: Miguel Ortiz
Instructor: Tristan Brown
Partner: Eduardo Cachudo
1410L-813 Physics 1 Lab
September 20th, 2016
Experiment # 1
Period of an Oscillating Ring
Objective: The objective of this experiment was to find the functional relationship between
the

Todd Anderson
Phys.1410L (802)
Jillian Martin
1/31/17
Etienne Le
Period of Oscillating Ring
Objective: To determine the relationship between the period of oscillation and its center
diameter, also known as the power law.
Introduction: Rings of different s

Name: Fernando Campos
PHYS.1410L, Laboratory (817)
11/13/2016
TAs name: Hridaya Shah
Partners: Alejandra Calderon
Experiment #5
Impulse and Momentum in Collision
Objective: Elastic and inelastic collision experiments are performed to gain an
understanding

Name: Fernando Campos
PHYS.1410L, Laboratory (817)
9/28/2016
TAs name: Hridaya Shah
Experiment #2
Motion in Free-Fall
Objective: To measure the rate at which the velocity of a
free-falling object changes with respect to time, which
will determine accelera

Name: Fernando Campos
PHYS.1410L, Laboratory (817)
10/13/2016
TAs name: Hridaya Shah
Partners: Alejandra Calderon
Experiment #4
Circular Motion
Objective: To study the dependence of centripetal force on mass, radius and
angular velocity, by rotating a bob

Name: Fernando Campos
PHYS.1410L, Laboratory (817)
9/14/2016
Partners name: Alejandra Calderon
TAs name: Hridaya Shah
Experiment #1
Period of Oscillating Ring
Objective: To determine the functional relationship between the period
of oscillating ring and i

Physics 1
name:
February 9th, 2016
Practice Exam 1
note: please neglect air resistance for all questions and problems in this exam
Multiple Choice (5 pts. each):
1. A cannonball is shot from a cannon at an angle above the ground. At which point in its fli

Kurtis Foden
PHYS1410L 819
Rigel Cappallo
Circular Motion and Centripetal Force
10 March 2016
Partner: Daniel Richter
Objective: To determine how the centripetal force is dependent on mass, radius and
angular velocity.
Introduction: The theory of circular

Kurtis Foden
PHYS1410L 819
Rigel Cappallo
Motion in Free Fall
11 February 2016
Partner: Daniel Richter
Objective: To determine from the measurements the rate at which
the velocity of an object changes due to gravity.
Introduction: If a body is acted upon

Kurtis Foden
PHYS1410L 819
Rigel Cappallo
Circular Motion and Centripetal Force
10 March 2016
Partner: Daniel Richter
Objective: To determine how the centripetal force is dependent on mass, radius and
angular velocity.
Introduction: The theory of circular