McGrew, Danielle
Partner: Graham, Garrett
Experiment 22: Thin Lenses
TA: Jeandron, Michael, section 9
Date Performed: April 12, 2017
Objective:
The purpose of this experiment is to understand the differences between converging and
diverging lens by measur
Experiment 21-Geometric Optics
Part 1-Parallax (set up)
Draw one line down the
middle of the long side
of the paper
Draw a line
perpendicular to the
first line along the short
side of the paper
Place the mirror along
the short line
Place a pin anywher
Programming Assignment 6
CSCI 251
For program 6, we will revisit program 3, and rewrite it using two functions instead.
On Blackboard, download the program birthMonthUseFunction.m You must use this main program
when writing your two functions. If you alte
Daisy Jones
Physics 221
Section 6
11-4-2015
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Parts
Steps
Configuration
Diagram
T cc
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Tc
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Results
Due to not enough time the results were
Results
Part
Step
Configuratio
n
Diagram
4
7
10
11
SampleCalculations
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LabQuestions
1. Explain how a triple-beam balance works. Would such a balance that functions properly on the
earth yield the correct mass of a
Daisy Jones
PHYS 221 Section 6
9-16-2015
Experiment #3
Vector Addition
Partner: Dalani
Daisy Jones
PHYS 221 Section 6
9-16-2015
Abstract
In this lab, the student was to study vector addition by three different methods (component method,
graphical method a
Daisy Jones
PHYS 221 Section 6
11-10-2015
Experiment #10
Moments of inertia
Partner: Brittany
Daisy Jones
PHYS 221 Section 6
11-10-2015
Abstract
In this lab, the student was to dynamically measure the moment of inertia of a rotating system and to
compare
Result Presentation:
For = 0
Initial velocity
For = 45
Long
Medium
Height (h1) = (1.07) m
Time (T1) =.467 sec
Long
4.92 m/s
m
s
Height (h2) = (1.195) m
Medium
3.63 m/s
Time (T2) =long- .96 sec and medium-.81 sec
Horizontal Distance
Calculate (m)
Measured
Daisy Jones
PHYS 221 Section 6
9-16-2015
Experiment #2
Motion
Partner: Dalani
Daisy Jones
PHYS 221 Section 6
9-16-2015
Abstract
In this lab, the student was to collect qualitative analysis of the kinematic equations by graphing a
student in motion and enh
Daisy Jones
PHYS 221 Section 6
9-9-2015
Experiment #1
Measurements
Partner: None
Daisy Jones
PHYS 221 Section 6
9-9-2015
Abstract
In this lab, the student was to compare their estimation of time, length, and mass with the actual
approximation of those val
Daisy Jones
Physics 212 Section 6
November 26,2015
Experiment #12
Simple Harmonic Motion
Partner: Brittany
Daisy Jones
Physics 212 Section 6
November 26,2015
Results
Spring Constant K
(N/m)
Method
Hooks Law
(Static)
8.5
% Difference
Oscillating Mass
(Dyna
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
II.
Overflow Method
(k
5&3 .Jcndom frame)
typesof errors. (1 pt.) :
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answer is the same as the number of
Exp 27 Thin Lense
s
Phys 222 Lab for Science and Engineering, University of Mississippi
TA: Kevin Yi-Wei Lin
2016/4/18
Feedback
Check
your grades on Blackboard
Next week is final!
Written + Practical
Avoid last minute question, please
ask asap if you have
Exp26
Reflection and Refraction
Phys 222 Lab for Science and Engineering, University of Mississippi
TA: Kevin Yi-Wei Lin
2016/4/11
Feedback
Quiz Question:
How to find earths magnetic field?
By turning the indicator in the tangen
t galvanometer to a known
Exp 27 Thin Lense
s
Phys 222 Lab for Science and Engineering, University of Mississippi
TA: Kevin Yi-Wei Lin
2016/4/18
Feedback
Check
your grades on Blackboard
Start to review for final!
Lab Report Format
This
one is 100pts!
This is one of the Final subje
Exp24
The Oscilloscope
Phys 222 Lab for Science and Engineering, University of Mississippi
TA: Kevin Yi-Wei Lin
2016/4/4
Feedback
Lab Manual Question:
Forces of vertical lines ca
ncel out each other
i
F
B
x
x
x
x
F
Feedback
Lab Manual Question:
If the ele
Exp23
The Earth's Magnetic Field
Phys 222 Lab for Science and Engineering, University of Mississippi
TA: Kevin Yi-Wei Lin
2016/3/28
Feedback
Test problem:
Consider real voltmeter:
add up in parallel
Req
R
C
Rv
V
Real Voltmeter
Feedback
Lab Manual Question
Exp22
Current Balance
Phys 222 Lab for Science and Engineering, University of Mississippi
TA: Kevin Yi-Wei Lin
2016/3/21
Feedback
Uncertainty
of DMM
one digit means the minimum digit of measu
rement. Eg. For 12.34V, that is 0.01V
Check
if the voltage dr
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
Slocum 1
Lori Greendale
Physics 221, Section 2
Experiment 9: Torque and Rotation
Lab Partner: Kerri Buford
Slocum 2
Abstract: The objective of the experiment was to measure the torque on a rigid body to determine the
conditions necessary for static equili
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: Graham, Garrett
Experiment 16: Series and Parallel Circuits
TA: Jeandron, Michael, section 9
Date Performed: February 22, 2017
Objective:
The purpose of this experiment is to understand the relationships of circuits with resistor
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
Experiment 11: Archimedes Principle
Maggie Hyde
Partner: Nick Bulot
Abstract:
The purpose of this lab was to measure the buoyant force on aluminum, brass, and wood objects.
The buoyant force was measured using three different methods: the weighing method,
Experiment 1: Measurements
Maggie Hyde
Partner: Caleb Hern
Abstract:
The purpose of this experiment was to familiarize oneself with various forms of
measurement, specifically, mass, length, and time. This was done by using different tools such as
a ruler,
Experiment 3: Vector Addition
Maggie Hyde
Partner: Caleb Hern
Abstract:
The purpose of this experiment was to study vector addition using three different
methods: component method, graphical method, and using a force table. To graphically measure
the forc
Experiment 12: Simple Harmonic Motion
Maggie Hyde
Partner: Nick Bulot
Results:
Acceleration Due to Gravity (g):
Measured Value
Accepted Value
% Difference
Metal Ball
(m/s2)
9.83
(m/s2)
9.80
0.003
Wooden Ball
9.79
9.80
0.001
Spring Constant of the Spring k