Sean Logan Physics 110 September 11, 2007 4. If you give this book a shove so that it moves across a tabletop, it slows and comes to a stop. How can you explain this observation with Newton's First Law? The force that acts on the book and makes it st
Sean Andrew Logan 18 September 2007 PHY110 (Lab) Tue. 11am Q1. Q2. Q3. A little over two US teaspoons equals ten millilitres. There are about five millilitres in one US teaspoon. There would be twenty teaspoons in a litre because 10 10ml=1liter so 10
Sean Andrew Logan 15 October 2007 Lab 5- An Experiment on Density PHY110 (Lab) Tue. 11am Q1. The freezing point of our "antifreeze" is ~-33F.
Q2. To measure the density of the "antifreeze" first we zeroed the scale with the beaker and then added 100