Tyshawn Thomas
January 30, 2014
B18
Vincent
Van Gogh
Tyshawn Thomas
Fundamentals of Computer
Technology (CIS100)
Course Code:B18
Professor. Zoya Vidrak
1
Tyshawn Thomas
January 30, 2014
B18
decided to become an artist, van
Gogh had had two unsuitable
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Tania Lenard
History 1062
November 9, 2013
The Age of Revolution
The Enlightenment
(1600-1800)
Seven Years War
French and Indian War
(1756-1763)
1. Rational
2. Reason
3. Facts
4. Evidence
5. Boston Tea Party
6. Boston Massacre
Acts
1. Taxes
2. Sugar
3.
Tania Lenard
27 November 2013
English 1030 Section 15
Professor Ruffini
Lenard #1
Martin Luther King Jr.
On August 28, 1963, more than 200,000 Americans gathered in Washington
D.C., for a political rally known as the March on Washington for Freedom and Jo
Tania Lenard
English 1030-03
16 December 2013
Professor Ruffini
Lenard #1
Income and Economic Disparities
Income is money received, especially on a regular day basis, for work or
through investments. Economic is related to the production, development, and
Camille-Jem Peralta
Week 1.2 Questions
a) What are the Coordinate Variables for Cartesian Coordinates? Cylindrical Coordinates,?
Spherical coordinates
For Cartesian coordinates, it is (x, y, z). For cylindrical coordinates, it is (, , z).
For spherical co
II. Objective
The objective of the lab is to measure and compare the physical and electrical
characteristics of a capacitor and capacitors when connected in series or parallel branch circuit
configuration.
III. Theory and Method of Investigation
Theory
Ac
Camille-Jem Peralta
Week 1.1 Questions
Questions:
a) What are the two properties that a vector must have?
A vector must have magnitude and direction.
b) Given a quantity that has the 2 properties above, is it necessarily a vector? Explain.
If the quantity
II. Objective
The objective of the lab is to experimentally determine the electrical equivalent of heat,
compare it with the theoretical value, and examine the relationship between temperature and time
for a few values power supply.
III. Theory and Method
II. Objective
The objective of the lab is to utilize a sensitive voltmeter and an electrometer in order to
detect the presence of an electric charge, thus demonstrating Gauss Law. The charge will be
measured indirectly by the observing of the voltage prod
Review Test 2
Q1) An 80.0 N box is pulled 20.0 m up the incline making 20 with the horizontal, by an applied force of
100 N , that points upwards , parallel to the incline. If the coefficient of kinetic friction between the box
and incline is 0.22, calcul
Name: Dhruv Patel
Date: 11/25/16
Experiment # 8
Newtons Law
Lab Partners: Jacob Ultzhoffer
Objective: To apply Newtons Second Law in order to determinate the theoretical results.
Also, to determine the relationship among force, mass and acceleration when
I.
Lab 9, Balance Torques and Center of Gravity
Jared Hoy
Hoilam Lin, Linette
1
II.
Presentation of Data
Position of fulcrum (cm)
49.85
49.85
Weight Force
121.8
217.5
Table I
Position on bar (cm)
Distance Arm (cm)
95.00
45.15
25.00
24.85
Average Sum of Mo
Lab No.3
Forces and Vectors
Lab Group # 3
10/4/16
Professor:
Robert Kowitski
Experimental Objective
In this lab experiment, students will become familiar with both vectors, and scalers. Knowing
the differences between the two, students will test the theor
Assemble the reflux condenser with septum and a clamped nitrogen inlet balloon. To a 100 mL round
bottomed flask equipped with a magnetic stir bar, add the aryl halide (1.00 g), the aryl boronic acid
(0.692 g), and n-propanol (10 mL). To the solution add
II. Objective:
The objective of this experiment is in two parts. First being to measure and compare the physical
and electrical characteristics of a capacitor. Second to measure and compare capacitors connected in
either series or parallel branch circuit
II. Objective:
The objective of this experiment is to determine experimentally the Electric Equivalent of heat
and compare it with the accepted value. At the same time the relationship of temperature and time for a
few values power supply must be studied.
Prelab
General objectives:
The general objectives are to become familiar with different measuring tools, ways of measuring,
and experimental error through research, many measurements, and then calculations based on the
measurements that are found.
Require
Lab Report 2
General objectives:
The general objectives are to become familiar with different measuring tools, ways of
measuring, and experimental error through research, many measurements, and then
calculations based on the measurements that are found.
R
Prelab
General objectives:
To become familiar with metric measuring tools, unit conversions, the terms accuracy and
precision, and experimental error.
Required equipment/tools:
A Champion Sports stopwatch, a Westcott Metal Edge ruler with graduations in m
Veronica
Physics 101-001, Lab 111
Prof. Gilbert
Experiment #3 Forces and Vectors
9/29/15
Introductions
Vectors is a physical quantity with both magnitude and direction. They ca be combined
using methods of graphing. When a set of forces is replaced by a s
A penny is thrown off the top of the empire state building with an initial velocity of 5m/s at angle of 30
degrees above the horizontal. The Empire state building is 381 m tall.
1)
Find the velocity and acceleration at the maximum height.
(Fill in the tab