Lab Report 12:
Archimedes Principle
Abstract
In this experiment, we have learned how to measure the buoyant force on a number of objects.
We used three different ways to measure the buoyant force.
According to Archimedes principle, a body fully or partial
Lab Report 11:
Archimedes Principle
Abstract
In this experiment, we have learned how to measure the buoyant force on a number of objects.
We used three different ways to measure the buoyant force.
According to Archimedes principle, a body fully or partial
Dynamics
Things to Remember from Last Year
Newton's Three Laws of Motion
Inertial Reference Frames
Mass vs. Weight
Forces we studied:
weight / gravity
normal force
tension
friction (kinetic and static)
Drawing Free Body Diagrams
Problem Solving
Newton's L
The Fukushima Daiichi Debacle
Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Debacle
Abeer Nasir, Hemant Joshi, Trey Soape.
University of Mississippi
The Fukushima Daiichi Debacle
Introductory Background
Since the dawn of recorded history natural disasters have caused structu
AdvancedSpeech
Content Standards:
1. Summarize a speakers purpose and point of view, discuss, and ask questions to draw interpretations of
the speakers content and attitude toward the subject.
2. Use rhetorical questions, parallel structure, concrete imag
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Experiment 17: Electric Fields and Potentials
By: Natalie Taylor
Abstract
The objective of this lab is to map equipotential surfaces and electric field lines. The
electric field is the force per unit charge. Students were able to map the equipotential and
Lab Report 18: Ohms Law
By: Natalie Taylor
Abstract
In this lab students learn about Ohms law, which states through a conductor the current
between two points is proportional to the voltage. The objective of this lab was for students to
examine Ohms Law a
Experiment 20: Kirchhoffs Laws for Circuits
By: Natalie Taylor
Abstract
In this lab students determined the currents and voltage drops in a two-loop circuit by
applying Kirchhoffs rules. The Kirchhoffs current law and voltage law were applied to show
that
Experiment 22 Current Balance
By: Natalie Taylor
Abstract
In this lab students varied a number of different parameters in order to be able to measure
the effects of a magnetic field on a current carrying conductor. The current carrying conductor in
this c
Experiment 21: RC Time Circuit
By: Natalie Taylor
Abstract
In this lab, students used different RC circuits to measure the time constant. The RC time
constant is the amount of time it takes for the original voltage to drop 37%. One 680 K ohm and
a 1.8 M r
Diffraction and Interference
By: Natalie Taylor
Lab Questions
1. One source the uncertainty could come from would be if the distance from the slit to the
screen were either too close or too far away. This could affect the way the distant between
was betwe
Lab Report 1: Measurements
Abstract
In this experiment, Measurements, we have learned the proper usage of a ruler, meter
stick, Vernier caliper, stopwatch and Dial-o-gram balance, how to determine the volume and
density of an object while following the ru
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Lab Report 4:
Projectile Motion
Abstract
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In this experiment, we have learned how to measure the speed at which a projectile leaves a
spring gun and to predict the landing point when the projectile is fired at a nonzero angle of
elevation. The equi
Lab Report 6:
The Coefficient of Friction
Abstract
In this experiment, we have learned to measure the coefficients of static and kinetic friction
between a wooden block and a wooden plane. Static and kinetic are two types of friction which
is the force th
Lab Report 10:
Moments of Inertia
Abstract
In this experiment, we have learned how to dynamically measure the moment of inertia of a
rotating system and to compare this to a predicted value. The moment of inertia can be viewed as
the rotating analog of ma
Experiment 26 & 27 Lab Questions
Refraction:
1. The refraction takes place at the air-cornea because the light passes through the cornea
first.
2. N=c/v
Thin Lens
1. (Drawn on paper)
2. It will form a real image which can be focused on the screen because