Physics 211 Lab 2 Report
Javahn Fergurson
Abstract
We used a program called Phet simulations and selected the moving man lab, and
analyzed velocity and acceleration.
Objective: The objective of this l
Physics 211G Practice Exam 3
Chapters 8-12 and Chapter 13, Section 1
Chapter 8
1) An acorn falls from a tree. Compare its kinetic energy K, to its potential energy U.
A) K increases and U increases.
B
Vectors Worksheet
For the vectors with the following magnitude and direction, find their components.
magnitude 36 angle 45o
1. x-component = 36 (45) = 25.456
2. y-component = 36 (45) = 25.456
magnitud
Motion Equations Worksheet
1. A person is revolving on an amusement park ride with a speed of 10 m/s. The
radius of the ride is 5 m. What is the magnitude of their acceleration in m/s2?
This is centri
Physics 212 Lab 1: Graphing with Microsoft Excel
Objective
To become familiar with the graphic capabilities of Microsoft Excel.
Materials
Microsoft Excel
Method
Graph the data given in Lab 1 instructi
Physics 212 Lab 5: Capacitance
Objective:
Examine the properties of parallel plate capacitors using the Capacitance lab from UC-Boulder
PhET simulations.
Materials:
Online Simulation
Apparatus:
The ap
Physics 212 Lab 4: Electric Fields
Objective:
Determine how point chargers generate electric fields.
Materials:
Online simulation
Apparatus:
Using the online simulation, you will uncheck Electric Fiel
Physics 212 Lab 3: Sound Waves
Objective:
Calculate and measure the frequency of sound waves and find the difference of the distance
between two sound sources.
Materials:
Computer
Online simulator
App
Physics 212 Lab 2: Simple Harmonic Motion
Objective:
Construct a simple pendulum to determine g, acceleration due to gravity.
Materials:
Phone timer
Measuring Tape
Small rope
Two washers of differ
Motion Equations
Equations of Motion
Constant Acceleration
Constant Acceleration Problem Solving
Centripetal and Tangential Acceleration
Free-Fall Motion
1
Motion Equations
Motion can be determined by
Motion in Two Dimensions
1.
Name
Introduction
In this laboratory, you will examine the acceleration of objects that are moving in two
dimensions, or 'in a plane'. You can imagine this motion as motion
Homework: Acceleration in one-dimensional motion
Lab Section:
Name:
1. Sketch x versus t, v versus t, and a versus t graphs for the entire motion of a ball rolling up and
then down an incline.
a. Use
Types
Definition of Force
Drawing the Force
Dimensions and Units of Force
Tension
Elastic Force
Gravity
Normal Force
Friction
Drag
Pulleys
1
Types
Force
That which causes a particle to accelerate.
It
Newtons Second Law
1.
Introduction
In this laboratory we look at Newtons second law. In the addition of forces lab, we looked at
situations where the net force acting on an object was zero. Since Newt
Position
Position
r
The location of a particle with respect to a spatial coordinate origin.
y
x
z
r x i y j z k
x
y
1
z
Position
Displacement
r
A measure of the change in position.
z
r x i y j z k y
2
Time
So how do we define time for a physics problem?
Here are some rules of thumb to follow
2. Each major physical change (event) should also be marked with its
own time.
a. We can also label these wi
Velocity
The Particle Model
Velocity
Motion in One Dimension
Uniform Motion
Instantaneous Velocity
Finding Position from Velocity
1
Velocity
The Particle Model
A particle is an object that can be repr
Acceleration
Acceleration
Motion with Constant Acceleration
Instantaneous Acceleration
1
Acceleration
Acceleration
a
Acceleration measures the change in the motion of an object
This change can happen
Physics 211G
Homework #2
Due 7 September 2016
Name:_
Show your work!
1) If
other.
A) True
2) If
A) True
and
, then the vectors
are oriented perpendicular relative to one
B) False
, then the vectors
an
Addition of Forces
1.
Introduction
In this laboratory we look at forces in equilibrium. Newtons second law states that the net force
r
r
acting on a body is equal to its mass times its acceleration: !
Acceleration in one-dimensional motion
1.
Introduction
In this laboratory, you will continue your exploration of descriptions of one-dimensional motion.
This weeks experiment will particularly focus o
Lab 1 Homework: Descriptions of Motion
Lab Section: _
1. A biologist is investigating the behavior of 2
ants, Alfredo and Bernice. The graph below
shows the position of the ants as a function of
time
14_2DCCircuitswithResistors
Tutorial
Outline
This tutorial guides you through analysis of
some direct-current (DC) circuit diagrams
with ideal batteries and resistors.
While it reviews some fundamen
Tutorial
Electric (DC) Circuits
with Ideal Batteries and Resistors
Outline
This tutorial guides you through analysis of
some direct-current (DC) circuit diagrams
with ideal batteries and resistors.
Tutorial
Electric (DC) Circuits:
Kirchhoffs Rules
Outline
This tutorial guides you through the analysis of
direct-current (DC) circuit diagrams with ideal
batteries and resistors.
While it reviews
Tutorial:DCCircuits
KirchhoffsRules
Tutorial
Electric (DC) Circuits:
Kirchhoffs Rules
Symbols for Circuits Diagrams
Source of emf
What it does:
An emf provides an electric potential energy
difference
Phys222G, spring 2014
Learning Objectives Quiz 4
To be well prepared for this quiz, you should be able to
recognize the abbreviation of common metric prefixes (especially between 109
(giga) and 10-9 (