Simple harmonic motion with
Springs - Lab#10
Objective
The objective in this lab is to study the behavior of springs when it is
stretched with masses and find the spring constant with two different ways.
We will determine the spring constant K of a spiral
Specific Heat Capacity of Metals
Lab#8
http:/www.ces.fau.edu/nasa/module-2
Objective
The objective of this lab is to find the relationship between the flow of
heat from a hotter object, a boiling metal sample to a cooler object, cup of
water at room tempe
Simple harmonic motion with
pendulum determing G
Lab#9
Objective
The objective in this lab is to find the relationship between a simple pendulum and the period of
oscillation. To do so, we experimented on multiple lengths of hanging mass on the pendulum a
Emilia Grodzki
PHY 2001 LAB Homework #1
1. Light year (ly) is a unit of astronomical distance equivalent to
the distance that light travels in one year. Knowing that light
travels approximately at the speed of 3.00 108
formula = , express 1ly in kilometer
Physics 2002
Take-Home Midterm Examination
Fall 2016
1. Answer the following:
a. What physical condition must be true for the Work-Energy Theorem to become a
statement of Conservation of Energy?
b. Use your answer from part a) to derive a statement of Con
Time Value of Money
FIN 3610
Lecture #4
1
Recap Ratio Analysis
Market value measures
Market-to-book (M/B) ratio
Price-earnings (P/E) ratio
Accounting (profitability) ratios
Return-on-assets
Return-on-equity
2
Introducing Time Value of Money
What de
Acc 4100 Practice exam 3
1
.
B (Use of the money is limited to the donors specified purpose.)
2. B
3.
B (For private schools, financial aid is shown as a direct reduction to the
tuition revenue so that revenues and support here should total only
$780,000.
Exam 2
Solutions
PHY2002L
11/15/2016
1. Two children, 30 kg and 50 kg sit on opposite ends of a 4 m uniform see-saw with mass 80 kg. How far
from the center of mass of the see-saw, and closer to which child, should the balance (fulcrum) be placed
in order
Angular Momentum - Study Guide
Phyiscs I
Inertia: The resistance of an object to change its state of motion
Depends on mass (the bigger the mass, the bigger the inertia).
vs.
Rotational inertia: _
Depends on the distribution of mass: the _ the mass is fro
Homework #2
(Due February 21st, in class.)
1D Free Fall Problems
1. A stone is thrown straight upward with a speed of 90
ft
s
from a 300ft tower. With what
speed does it strike the ground?
2. A falling stone takes .25s to travel past a window that is 1.5m
Homework #3
(Due March 2nd)
Newtons Laws, Problem Set 1
1. A pitcher throws a baseball horizontally to a catcher. The balls mass is .14kg, and it is traveling at
40
m
s . After striking the catchers glove, the glove recoils (with the baseball inside) for
Homework #1: Physics 2002
(Due February 9th, 2017. Make sure to show all your work!)
1. Convert the following, using conversion factors:
a. 26.2 miles to km (the length of a marathon)
b. 10 liters to cm3 (note that 1L = 10-3m3)
c.
20
miles
day
to
cm
s
d.
Homework 2
1. A car accelerates uniformly from 10 / to 20 / in 5 seconds.
(a) How far does it travel in this time?
(b) After it reaches the speed of 20 /, how long does it take to stop the car over a
distance of 100 ?
2. A man running 4 / is passed by the
Homework 4
(Due March 28th)
1. A person applies a horizontal, 20N force to the 10kg box show in figure 1. The box sits on a
20 incline. What work does the person do when moving the box 10m down the incline?
What work does gravity do?
2. Consider the rolle
Homework #4
PHY2001
1. Engineers at the Johnson Space Center must determine the net force needed for a rocket to
achieve an acceleration of 70 m/s. If the mass of the rocket is 45,000 kg, how much net
force must the rocket develop?
2. Two people push on a
Conservation of Momentum
Lab#5
YU BIN CHEN
KAPIL KUMAR
ETRY GAUGAU
PHY 2001 DMWA
PROF BOURKOFF
3/20/17
http:/cbeo.com/car-accident
Objective
The law of conservation of momentum states that all objects momentum will always be
conserved and cannot be destro
Adding Vectors using Force Tables
Lab #3
http:/www.s-cool.co.uk/a-level/physics/vectors
YU BIN CHEN
KAPIL KUMAR
ETRY GAUGAU
PHY 2001 DMWA PROF BOURKOFF
2/27/17
Objective
Vectors are used to measure anything that has both direction and magnitude. This allo
Newtons second law
Abstract:
The goal of the experiment in this laboratory is to test Newtons second law and to gain
experience using it. During the experiment, the theoretical and experimental values of the net
force acting on the cart were determined an
Daniel Bernoulli
Daniel Bernoulli is a Swiss physicist and mathematician.
Daniel Bernoulli was born on January 29, 1700 in
Groningen (Holland), where his father taught mathematics
at university. In 1705, the family moved to Basel
(Switzerland), where Joha
Torque and Angular Acceleration
Abstract:
The goal of the experiment is to test the absence of net torque and angular acceleration of
an extended object, which will not rotate if initially it was at rest. During the experiment,
theoretical and experimenta
Specific Heat of Metals
Abstract:
The goal of the experiment in this laboratory is to determine the specific heat capacity of
the metal using the conservation of heat energy. Specific heat capacity of the given metal was
calculated and compared to the val