Prelab 5: Newtons Second Law
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Name:
1. State Newtons First and Second Laws (qualitative explanations). (20 pts)
2. How is tension applied to the cart in this experiment? (15 pts)
3. How is friction compensated for in this experiment? (15 pts)
4. Should
Results/Graphs
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1.30% differ~ce
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Experiment 9: Conservation of Energy and Momentum
Focus
The objective of this experiment was to discover and study the velocity of a ball
as it left the ballistic pendulum using conservation of linear momentum and the
conservation of energy considerations
Results/Graphs
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Table l' Mass Calculation
Method
Torque
Balance
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18.9 % Difference
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Experiment 10: Torques and Rotational Motion
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1. When you push a door to open it, the torque required is greater when you push
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Results
Table 1: Ma netic Field Bl
Method
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From FB vs. I
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Table 2: Magnetic Field B2
Method
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Conclusion
In this experiment, the objective was to measure and evaluate the effe
Experiment 6: Newton's Second Law
Focus
Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) summarized his an_~Jysis of motion in the now famous
"three laws of motion", Newton's Second L~ion can be stated:
The acceleration of an object is directly propo~al to its mass. The dire
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Experiment 1: Measurement and Instruments
Focus
The fundamental quantities of mechanics are length, mass and time and are
expressed in SI units of meter (m), kilogram (kg) and second (s), respectively. The
objective of this experiment was to establ
Results/Graphs
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Table I: Acceleration to Gravlty from BaII Droppe d
Bounce
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9.499
9.477
9.500
8.195
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Method
Average Value
Accepted Value
Compare
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9.348 m/s
Results/Graphs
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Table I: Density of a Metal Cylinder
Method
P1
P2
Paccepted
Compare P 1 and PacceDled
Compare P2 and PacceDted
Compare P1 and P2
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(2.7261 0.011) g/cm;5
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2.70 g/cm;5
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Phys 223/224 - Pre-Lab 11
Archimedes' Principle
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on the back ofthis sheet (30 pts.)
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Results/Graphs
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Table I: Comparison of Initial Velocity of Class Average an dTeam 2Average
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Method
5.24 mls
Team #2
5.75 mls
Class
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Prelab 3: Vector Addition
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Name:
1. What is a vector? (10 pts)
2. Name a vector quantity and its magnitude. (10 pts)
3. What is a scalar quantity? Give two examples. (10 pts)
4. What is the equilibrant? (10 pts)
For Questions 5, 6, and 7, use the follow
Prelab 4: Projectile Motion
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Name:
1. What is projectile motion? (15 pts)
2. Find the initial velocity, v0 , of a ball rolling o the table in the gure below. The launch position is the origin of
the coordinate system, positive directions as specied. (25
Prelab 6: Coe cients of Friction
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Name:
1. Dene the angle of repose. (20 pts)
2. Using the free-body diagram solution method (Page 28), derive the equation for T for a block of mass m being
pulled horizontally ( = 0 ) at a constant velocity. (Draw the f
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Exam - Experiment 19: Series and Parallel Circuits
1. What voltage change should be observed across the final resistor in the following
two:
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Quiz - Experiment 15: Electrostatics
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Prelab 4: Projectile Motion
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Name:
1. What is projectile motion? (15 pts)
2. Find the initial velocity, v0 , of a ball rolling off the table in the figure below. The launch position is the origin of
the coordinate system, positive directions as specifie
Experiment 10: Archimedes Principle
Kimberly Paige Porter
TA: Shrobana Ghosh
November 9th, 2015
Lab Partners: Nathan Allen
I.
Results/ Graphs:
Table 1: Density of Various Substances by Various Methods
Type of Cylinder
Brass
Aluminum
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Overflow Method
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Experiment 4: Projectile Motion
Kimberly Paige Porter
TA: Shrobana Ghosh
September 28th, 2015
Lab Partners: Nathan Allen, Rivers Ewing, and Emily Cork
I.
Results/ Graphs:
Table 1: Projectile Motion with Zero Angle of Elevation
Trial
Time (t)
Y Initial (yo
McGrew, Danielle
Partners: Glynn, Emily; Smith, Ellie; Bose, Devna
Experiment 4: Projectile Motion
TA: Rock, John, section 5
Date Performed: September 20, 2016
OBJECTIVE:
The objective of this lab is to further understand the relationships of projectile m
McGrew, Danielle
Partner: Glynn, Emily
Experiment 9: Moments of Inertia
TA: Rock, John, section 5
Date Performed: October 25, 2016
OBJECTIVE:
The objective of this lab is to further understand the relationships of moments of inertia.
Specifically, to eval