Short Quiz #1
(Time Allowed = 10 minutes)
Q1 In the figure shown above, which month saw the greatest increase in enrollments?
a) October
b) November
c) December
d) January
e) February
Q2 Fill in the missing words to the quote: Statistical methods may be b
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1. E =
1
1
.
Vd
2. E = (V d)2 .
001 (part 1 of 2) 10.0 points
Two conductors
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The wire is carrying a current I.
y
180
I
I
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x
Lab 126: Conservation of Momentum and Impulse Momentum Theorem
Name: Rachel Lopez
Lab Partners: Daniel Acosta, Gerard Toledo, Adam Gerber, Jana Luste & Daniel Martinoni
Date: November 11, 2011
I.
Introduction
Lab 126 explores the reactions of elastic and
Lab 112: Newtons Second Law
Name: Rachel Lopez
Lab Partners: Daniel Acosta, Gerard Toledo & Daniel Martinoni
Date: November 4, 2011
I.
Introduction
Newtons Second Law states that a body of mass m acted on by a set of forces will
acquire an acceleration gi
Title: Rotational Static Equilibrium
Experiment 1
Rachel Lopez
Dan Acosta, Gerard Toledo, Adam Gerber
September 16, 2011
Section 005
I.
Introduction
This lab experiment explores the basics principles of symmetry and balance through
physics. The labs objec
Lab 111: Projectile Motion
Name: Rachel Lopez
Lab Partners: Daniel Acosta, Gerard Toledo, Jana Luste, & Daniel Martinoni
Date: October 28, 2011
I.
Introduction
Lab 111 explores the motion of projectile. The motion of a projectile is a 2-dimensional
motion
Lab 114: Uniform Circular Motion
Name: Rachel Lopez
Lab Partners: Gerard Toledo, Samantha Carretero, Doug
Date: October 21, 2011
I.
Introduction
Lab 114 the linear velocity tangent to the circle and Newtons first law of Motion while
traveling on this circ
Vector Components vs. magnitude and direction
2
2
=
+
A
A
A
(
)
( y)
x
Ay
Ay
1
=
tan
=arctan
Ax
Ax
(add/subtract 180 deg if necessary)
=
(adjacent
) (hyp ) cos
=
(opposite
) (hyp ) sin
Fnet = ma
Newtons 2nd law:
Static friction :
Kinetic fri
Common Exam 2, Phys. 102 - Sect. 005, 007, 009, and 103, Fall 2015
Circle your section: 005(Ahn, F 8:30 class), 007(Ahn, F 10:00 class), 009(H. Opyrchal),
103(Piatek)
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As a student at NJIT I will conduct myself in a professional manner an
Lab 109: One-Dimensional Motion-Velocity as a Function of Time and Distance at
Constant Acceleration
Name: Rachel Lopez
Lab Partners: Daniel Acosta, Jana Luste & Daniel Martinoni
Date: October 14, 2011
I.
Introduction
Lab 109 explores the function v = v0
Physics 102A-006
Lab 113
Kathleen Solomon
Briana Mancenido
Levitta Lawrence
Expeditor : Levitta Lawrence
Objective: To apply Newtons Second Law of Motion to the working of the Atwood machine.
Theory: If Newtons Second Law is applied to each of the bodies
Physics 102A-006
Lab 103
Translational Static Equilibrium
Briana Mancenido
Kathleen Solomon
Levitta Lawrence
Expeditor: Briana Mancenido
Objective: To study the transitional static equilibrium of a knot using vector notations
Theory: For Static Transition
Levitta Lawrence
Physics 103A-004
LAB B1: Simple Harmonic Motion
Objective
1. To determine the spring constant k by stretching the spring and applying Hookes Law.
2. To verify that the period vibration of a body on a spring is independent of the amplitude
Physics 102A-006
Lab 104
Creating Motion Graphs
Names: Briana Mancenido
Kathleen Solomon
Levitta Lawrence
Expeditor: Briana Mancenido
Objective: Using the motion detector to create distance vs. time and velocity vs. time
graphs for various motion procedur
Levitta Lawrence
Physics 104-004
Lab F:Heat of Fusion of Ice
OBJECTIVE
1. Determine the heat of fusion of ice using a calorimeter.
2. To come to a deeper understanding of the principle of conservation of energy as it
applies to thermal energy.
INTRODUCTIO
Levitta Lawrence
Physics 103
LAB E: Specific Heat
OBJECTIVES
1. To measure the specific heat of a metal specimen using a calorimeter.
2. To come to a deeper understanding of the principle of conservation of energy as it
applies to thermal energy.
THEORY
Physics 102-006
Lab 126
Conservational Momentum
Briana Mancenido
Kathleen Solomon
Levitta Lawrence
Expeditor: Levitta Lawrence
Objective: To verify the principle of conservation of momentum by measuring the velocities of
two gliders moving on a frictionle
Physics Lab 102A-006
Lab127N
Torque and Inertia
Levitta Lawrence
Bianca Mancenido
Kathleen Solomon
Expeditor: Levitta Lawrence
Objective: To determine the movement of Inertia of a system of objects from geometric
measurements and to compare the results ob
Physics 102A-006
Lab 131
Centripetal Force
Names: Briana Mancenido
Kathleen Solomon
Levitta Lawrence
Expeditor: Briana Mancenido
Objective: To determine the centripetal force acting on an object using Newtons 2nd Law and
the principle of conservation of e
Physics 102A-004
Lab 106
Static & Kinetic Friction
Levitta Lawrence
Kathleen Solomon
Briana Mancenido
Expeditor: Briana Mancenido
Objective: To determine the coefficient of static and kinetic friction between two surfaces with
relative motion.
Theory:
Fg
Lab 106: Static and Kinetic Frictions
Name: Rachel Lopez
Lab Partners: Daniel Acosta, Gerard Toledo & Daniel Martinoni
Date: November 11, 2011
I.
Introduction
In this lab, the coefficient of static and the coefficient of kinetic friction for different
sur
Lab 104: Creating Motion Graphs
Name: Rachel Lopez
Lab Partners: Daniel Acosta, Jana Luste & Daniel Martinoni
Date: October 7, 2011
I.
Introduction
Lab 104 uses motion detectors to create graphs to plot the time elapsed versus the
velocity and the acceler
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001 (part 1 of 2) 10.0 points
The potential dierence in a simple circuit is
1
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001 (part 1 of 3) 10.0 points
An electric eld of magnitude 2950 N/C is
applie
Lynda Nwankwo
Lab 104
II) INTRODUCTION
In this lab, I will use the motion detector to create distance x vs. time t and velocity v vs. time t
graphs of various forms of one-dimensional motion.
III) PROCEDURE
- I connected the vernier motion detector to por
Lynda Nwankwo
Physics 102
HW 6
1. D
2. B
F = ma = 55 x 2 = 110N
Friction Force = 200 - 110 = 90N
3. D
KE=1/2mv^2 ; 900kmph=900x1000/3600=250m/s
KE=1/2x80000x250^2
KE=2500000000N or 2500000KN
PE=mgh
PE=80000x9.8x10000
PE=7840000000N or 7840000KN
Total ener
27) Constant Acceleration = (Vf-Vi)/t
= (25.0 m/s - 40.0 m/s)/3.50 s
= (-15.0 m/s)/3.50 s
= -4.29 m/s^2
The direction is opposite of the cars motion which is east, so the magnitude and direction of the
acceleration is 4.29 m/s^2 west
5.5 s - 3.50 s = 2.0
Lynda Nwankwo
Physics 102
hw 5
1)C
Total mass of the two blocks = 6 + 9 = 15.0 kg
The two blocks together are accelerating due to a horizontal force of 30 N.
f = ma.
30 = 15 x a
a = 2m/s^2
tension (force) in the string pulling the 6.0 kg block:
f = ma
f =
Lynda Nwankwo
Physics 102
hw 4
1) C - It is more than W
2) D
3) B- Mass and length are independent of the gravitational field strength.
Therefore if the gravitational constant is reduced by half, the force of gravitational attraction
between masses will a
Lab TC: Thermal Conductivity
Name: Rachel Lopez
Lab Partners: Daniel Acosta, Gerard Toledo, Adam Gerber, Jana Luste & Daniel Martinoni
Date: December 9, 2011
I.
Introduction
The object of this was to measure the thermal conductivity k for two slabs, on ma
Title: Rotational Static Equilibrium
Name: Rachel Lopez
Lab Partners: Daniel Acosta, Gerard Toledo & Adam Gerber
Date: September 23, 2011
I.
Introduction
Lab 2 explores the tension put on a cord when weight is applied to the bar at different
places and us
Lab 106: Static and Kinetic Frictions
Name: Yazan Alzubi
Lab Partners: Jennifer Hernandez, Xavier Rodriguez, Steve Carrion, Dennis Gallardo
Date: October 24, 2016
I.
Introduction
In lab 106, we explored the coefficient of static and kinetic friction for d
Lab 113: Atwood Machine
Name: Rachel Lopez
Lab Partners: Daniel Acosta, Gerard Toledo & Daniel Martinoni
Date: October 21, 2011
I.
Introduction
Lab 113 measures Newtons Laws and the measure of acceleration due to gravity. The
Atwood Machine was invented b