Projectile Motion
Vanessa Ruiz
Professor Yan Liu
Physics 111A-008
February 11, 2016
Title:
Projectile Motion
Introduction:
What is projectile motion? Many physics students learn what it means. Projectile
motion is a form of motion in which an object or pa
Yasin Baala, Kadeem Spencer, Kevin Wheat, Adrien Salvador, Julian Lenartowicz
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Lab 112 Report: Newtons Second Law
Introduction
There are three objectives to this experiment. The first objective is to verify Newtons
Second Law in a one-dimensio
Yasin Baala, Kadeem Spencer, Kevin Wheat, Adrien Salvador, Julian Lenartowicz
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Lab 125: Conservation of Energy in Spring-Mass System
Introduction
For the objective of this experiment, we were to verify the conservation of Mechanical energy in
Yasin Baala, Kadeem Spencer, Kevin Wheat, Adrien Salvador, Julian Lenartowicz
PHYS 111A-031
Lab 126: conservation of Momentum and Impulse - Momentum Theorem
Introduction
This experiment has two objectives. We were to verify the conservation of momentum fo
Yasin Baala, Kadeem Spencer, Kevin Wheat, Adrien Salvador, Julian Lenartowicz
PHYS111A-031
Lab 103: Translational Static Equilibrium-Force Table
Introduction
This experiment has a total of 4 objectives. To confirm that the condition for static translation
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Lab 109 Report: Velocity as a Function of Time and Distance at Constant Acceleration
Introduction
The objective of this lab was to calculate the theoretical and fin
Physics Laboratory Report
Lab 103: Force Table
2/22/17
PHYS111
1.
OBJECTIVES
2.
To prove that the condition for static translation equilibrium is that the vector sum of forces
is zero
To experimentally test the vector nature of force
To practice and under
Lab Report Experiment 3 (Lab 112)
Newtons Second Law
Performed By: Joseph Hurlburt
Group 1
Joseph Hurlburt, Marcus Padilla, Brij Salva,
Adrian Laskowski, Sukhdeep Singh-Kular
Date Performed: 2/11/16
Date Submitted: 2/17/16
S. Falk
Newtons Second Law
Purpo
Yasin Baala, Kadeem Spencer, Kevin Wheat, Adrien Salvador, Julian Lenartowicz
PHYS 111A-031
Lab 121: Rotational Static Equilibrium - Forces on a Strut
Introduction
This experiment had two objectives. We were to obtain attain a better understanding of
torq
Yasin Baala, Kadeem Spencer, Kevin Wheat, Adrien Salvador, Julian Lenartowicz
PHYS 111A-031
Lab 127: Torque and Rotational Inertia
Introduction
This experiment had two objectives. First we were to experimentally determine the
rotational inertia of a rotat
Objective:
To verify the conservation of mechanical energy in an oscillating spring-mass system.
Theory:
(1) F = k s
Of which magnitude is F = k s
(2) F = mg
Newtons first law since the spring is hung vertically.
(3) mg = k s
Combining equations (1) and (
Objectives
1. To demonstrate the work-energy theorem by measuring the work done on an object by a
constant force and the kinetic energy of the object.
2. To understand how the total work done on the object changes the objects energy.
3. To understand the
Objective
To demonstrate that angular momentum is conserved in inelastic collision.
Theory
(1) L = Itotal
The sum of the rigid bodys rotational motion and angular velocity
(2) L = Ii i = If f
Where angular momentum is conserved and equal before and after
Yasin Baala, Kadeem Spencer, Kevin Wheat, Adrien Salvador, Julian Lenartowicz
PHYS 111A-031
Lab BP: Conservation of Momentum and Energy-Ballistic Pendulum
Introduction
This experiment has two objectives. We are to better understand the laws of
conservatio
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Lab 106(2): Static and Kinetic Frictions
Introduction
This lab has three objectives. First we are to measure the static and kinetic frictional
forces using a force
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PHYS111A-031
Lab 114: Uniform Circular Motion
Introduction
This experiment had two objectives. We were to study the motion of a body traveling with
constant speed in a circular
Yasin Baala, Kadeem Spencer, Kevin Wheat, Adrien Salvador, Julian Lenartowicz
PHYS111A-031
Lab 111 Report: Projectile Motion
Introduction
There are 3 objectives of this experiment were. First, we were to study projectile motion
and apply the linear equati
Lab Report Experiment 2 (Lab 111)
Projectile Motion
Performed By: Joseph Hurlburt
Group 1
Joseph Hurlburt, Marcus Padilla, Brij Salva,
Adrian Laskowski, Sukhdeep Singh-Kular
Date Performed: 2/4/16
Date Submitted: 2/17/16
S. Falk
Projectile Motion
Purpose
Lab Report Experiment 6 (Lab 114)
Uniform Circular Motion
Performed By: Joseph Hurlburt
Group 1
Joseph Hurlburt, Marcus Padilla, Brij Salva,
Adrian Laskowski, Sukhdeep Singh-Kular
Date Performed: 2/25/16
Date Submitted: 3/2/16
S. Falk
Objective:
The purpo
Lab Report Experiment 3 (Lab 112)
Newtons Second Law
Performed By: Joseph Hurlburt
Group 1
Joseph Hurlburt, Marcus Padilla, Brij Salva,
Adrian Laskowski, Sukhdeep Singh-Kular
Date Performed: 2/25/16
Date Submitted: 3/2/16
S. Falk
Objective:
The purpose of
Katherine Cicala
Montana Barrall, Hasan Intisar, Moustafa Awad, Matthew Petrula, Sal Cordaro
Physics 111A: H03
October 8, 2015
Lab 103: Translational Static Equilibrium Force Table
Introduction
Objective
The objective of the lab is to understand that the
Katherine Cicala
Montana Barrall, Hasan Intisar, Moustafa Awad, Matthew Petrula, Sal Cordaro
Physics 111A: H03
October 1, 2015
Lab 112: Newtons Second Law
Introduction
Objective
The objective of the lab is to understand and apply Newtons Second Law of Mot
Katherine Cicala
Montana Barrall, Hasan Intisar, Moustafa Awad, Matthew Petrula, Sal Cordaro
Physics 111A: H03
October 29, 2015
Lab 126: Conservation of Momentum and Impulse Momentum Theorem
Introduction
Objective
The objective of the experiment is to ver
Katherine Cicala
Montana Barrall, Hasan Intisar, Moustafa Awad, Matthew Petrula, Sal Cordaro
Physics 111A: H03
October 29, 2015
Lab 125: Conservation of Energy in Spring-Mass System
Introduction
Objective
The objective of the experiment is to verify the c
Steven Valentin
Group: Noelle, Fifi, Marlyn
PHYS 111A-010
Tao Zhou
March 1, 2016
Title: Lab 114: Uniform Circular Motion
Introduction: The objectives of this lab are to study uniform circular motion and to observe and
verify centripetal acceleration and c
Steven Valentin
Group: Noelle, Fifi, Marlyn
PHYS 111A-010
Tao Zhou
February 23, 2016
Title: Lab 106(2): Static and Kinetic Frictions
Introduction: The objectives of this lab is to understand the coefficients of static friction and
kinetic friction by meas
Steven Valentin
Group: Noelle, Fifi, Marlyn
PHYS 111A-010
Yan Liu
February 4, 2016
Title: Lab 111: Projectile Motion
Introduction: The objectives of this experiment are to study projectile motion and apply the
linear motion equations
y = gt2
x = v0t
to so
Steven Valentin
Group: Noelle, Fifi, Marlyn
Phys 111A-010
Yan Liu
February 13, 2016
Title: Lab 112: Newtons Second Law
Introduction: The objectives of this experiment are to verify Newtons second law in a onedimensional motion system, where a glider of kn