Experimental Uncertainty and Data Analysis
Experiment Number 1
Lab Number 1
Lab Partners:
Purpose: The purpose of this experiment was to understand how
significant figures work and how it plays a huge role in math
calculation and word problems. As well as
Lab # 4
Uniformly Accelerated Motion: The Measurement of g in
Paramus.
Lab Partners:
Purpose: The purpose of this experiment was finding the difference between an average and
instantaneous velocity. Not only that, but also to express how the velocity of a
Simple Pendulum Parameters
Experiment # 3
Lab Partners:
Purpose: The purpose of this lab experiment was to go over the scientific method by
demonstrating and experimenting the actual theory of a simple pendulum. Not only does this lab
apply the scientific
Experiment # 2
Lab # 2
Lab Partners:
Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is getting familiar with measuring tools like the
balance, Vernier calipers and the micrometer calipers, which measures objects that are small so
students can get an accurate and
CarrieAnn Altamore
Professor. Marton
PHY-114-099WB
March 9, 2017
Metric System or No Metric System
We live in a country where being suddenly sets us apart; were a country built on it and
have grown up knowing that being different is okay. America is a cou
Ch 4: Stoichiometry: Quantitative Information About
Chemical Reactions
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
STOICHIOMETRY: 1
Stoichiometry: provides a quantitative
study of chemical reactions
It requires a balanced chemical equation
The coefficients allow us to relate
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Experiment #5
Archimedes Principal: Buoyancy and Principal
Arashjot Sharma
PHY-290-701
Dr. Robert G. Aitken
Lab Partners: Darshan Narang
July 11, 2016
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Purpose: To show that the buoyant force acting on an object submerged in a liquid is equ
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Experiment #7
Fields and Equipotential
Arashjot Sharma
LAB 290-701
Dr.Robert G. Aitken
Lab Partners: Darshan Narang
July 18, 2016
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Purpose:
The purpose of this lab was to begin understanding and experimenting with electrical potentials
and
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Experiment#7
Ohms Law
Arashjot Sharma
LAB 290-701
pDr.Robert G. Aitken
Lab Partners: Darshan Narang
July 25, 2016
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Objectives:
Become familiar with the use of a digital voltmeter and a digital ammeter to measure DC
voltage and current.
Co
Thermodynamics
THE GREENHOUSE EFFECT
Recall: The frequency of radiation is proportional to the Absolute
Temperature of the radiating body.
Since the wavelength is inversely proportional to the frequency, it
is also inversely proportional to the Temperatur
PROPERTIES OF MATTER
Solids and Liquids
EVIDENCE OF ATOMS
Conservation of Mass in Chemical Reactions
John Dalton - 1803
Brownian Motion
PROPERTIES OF ATOMS
Incredibly Numerous
1 liter of air contains over 5 x 1022 atoms
More than all of the stars in th
Gases and Heat
RECALL THAT FOR LIQUIDS AT REST
At any depth:
Pressure = density x g x depth
P = gd
ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE
P gh since the density of the atmosphere decreases with altitude.
At sea level, atmospheric pressure = 100,000 N/m2 = 100,000 Pa = 15 l
Simple Harmonic Motion
Conclusion
Experiment of Simple Harmonic Motion explained the different ways
of measuring the spring constant, or the force necessary for displacing a
spring and returning it to rest. We had found a relationship between the
constant
Uniformly Accelerated Motion
Conclusion
As an object is uniformly accelerated, the time that it takes to travel a
certain distance decreases exponentially as its overall velocity only increases
at that constant rate of acceleration. In this lab, we learne
Review and Summary
Conservative Forces A force is a conservative force if the net work it does on a particle moving around any
closed path, from an initial point and then back to that point, is zero. Equivalently, a force is conservative if the net
work i
Review and summery
Angular Position To describe the rotation of a rigid body about a fixed axis, called the rotation axis, we assume a
reference line is fixed in the body, perpendicular to that axis and rotating with the body. We measure the angular
posit
Review &
Summary
Angular Position To describe the rotation of a rigid body about a fixed axis, called the rotation
axis, we assume a reference line is fixed in the body, perpendicular to that axis and rotating with
the body. We measure the angular positio
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Particle A and particle B are held together with a compressed spring between them. When they are released, the spring pushes them apart, and they then fly off in opposite
directions, free of the spring. The mass of A is 2.00 times the mass of B, and th
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REVIEW & SUMMARY
AngularPosition To describe the rotation of a rigid body about a fixed axis, called the rotation axis, we
assume a reference line is fixed in the body, perpendicular to that axis and rotating w
Problems
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PROBLEMS
sec.10-2TheRotationalVariables
1 A good baseball pitcher can throw a baseball toward home plate at 85 mi/h with a spin of 1800 rev/min. How
many revolutions does the baseball make on its way to home plate? Fo
Ch 9
Review &
Summary
Center of Mass The center of mass of a system of n particles is defined to be the point whose
coordinates are given by
(9-5)
or
(9-8)
where M is the total mass of the system.
Newton's Second Law for a System of Particles The motion o
Questions
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QUESTIONS
1 Can the sum of the magnitudes of two vectors ever be equal to the magnitude of the sum of the same two
vectors? If no, why not? If yes, when?
Answer:
yes, when the vectors are in same direction
2 The two v
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QUESTIONS
1 Figure 2-14 gives the velocity of a particle moving on an x axis. What are (a) the initial and (b) the final
directions of travel? (c) Does the particle stop momentarily? (d) Is the acceleration positive o
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. (a) To stretch the spring an external force, equal in magnitude to the force of the
spring but opposite to its direction, is applied. Since a spring stretched in the positive x
direction exerts a force in the negative x direction, the applied force m
Object To study the refraction and reflection of light at plane surfaces T heory E xperience show that whenever light strikes the interface between two different materials, some of the light is turned back (reflection) while part of the light is transmitt