Lab 4: Video Analysis of One- and Two-Dimensional Motions
Purpose
The purpose of this experiment was to examine the kinematics of one-dimensional and two-dimensional
motion by observing a hockey puck on an air table using different accelerations. From thi
Lab 5: Motion with Constant Acceleration
Purpose
The purpose of this experiment was to study Newtons law of motion with constant acceleration using a
cart moving on a frictionless track of different inclines through the use of a fan or a hanging mass.
Dat
Physics 1003 STRL
Kinematics Practice Problems
Fall 2015
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1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
3262.2 m
-19.5 m
10,001 m/s
-115.2 m/s2
14.14 s
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1) 5 m/s
a. To the right (or up).
b. To the left (or down).
2) 9.67 m/s2
3) -13 m/s
a. To the left (or down).
4) 7.5 s
Physics 1003 STRL
Projectile Motion Practice Problems
Fall 2015
I.
Symmetric Trajectory - I
1) Given an initial launch velocity of 19 m/s @ 31, determine the following:
a. The maximum height H
b. The time to reach the maximum height, tH
c. The total horiz
Physics 1003 STRL
Vector Arithmetic Practice Problems - Solutions
Fall 2015
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for the following values of
and
and express your final answer in length and
Compute
angle form
1.
2.
3.
4.
for the following values of
and
and express your final a
Lab 3: Equilibrium of Coplanar Forces
Purpose
The purpose of this experiment was to study the composition and equilibrium of coplanar forces
through vectors to find the resultant and the equilibrant, as well as see the effect of the sum of the
forces on t
Lab 2: Measurements and Acceleration due to Gravity
Purpose
The purpose of this experiment was to examine acceleration due to gravity, as well as to go through the
three main causes of error in taking measurements in a laboratory and examining ways to fin
Lab 7: Mechanical Work and Energy Conversion into Heat
Purpose
The purpose of this experiment is to study the work-energy theorem from the conversion of mechanical
work to heat by observing the temperature change of a metal surface through the frictional
Lab 10: Static Equilibrium
Purpose
To examine torque through experimentation on a meter stick and manipulation of different weights for
torque, to better understand static equilibrium and the two conditions that need to be true for
equilibrium to work.
Da
Lab 6: Centripetal Force
Purpose
The purpose of this experiment was to study centripetal force and uniform circular motion with the
manipulation of one variable of speed, time, or radius while the other variables remain constant.
Data
Part 1. Dependence o
Lab 9: Conservative Force Systems
Purpose
To analyze Hookes law and use it to determine the spring constant by using a spring-mass system to
study the nature of conservation force systems by observing the different forces and comparing them
versus time.
D
Physics 1003 STRL
Vector Arithmetic Practice Problems
Fall 2015
+
for the following values of
and
and express your final answer in length and
Compute
angle form
1.
2.
3.
4.
for the following values of and
and express your final answer in length
Physics 1003 STRL
Kinematics Practice Problems
Fall 2015
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1) How far does a particle travel in 15 seconds if it starts from rest with an acceleration of 29m/s2?
2) How far does a particle travel in 3 second if it starts with a velocity of -23m/s an
Anastasiya Manuylova
Lab #3 Equilibrium of Coplanar forces
Partner: Ediserlin Lora
February 22, 2016
1. In part I, when the ring was in equilibrium the net force is zero. If the ring
would be displaced the magnitude would remain but the ring would not be
Review of Chapter 1!
Physical laws are based on experimental observations.
Units of measurement; Conversion; Dimensional
analysis.
Significant Figures.
Order of Magnitude Calculations.
Homework website
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Please write your answers on this question sheet (including the reverse sides) and return it at the end
of the exam. You may use a non-programmable calculator. You may not consult books or notes.
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Anastasiya Manuylova
Centripetal Force
Lab #5
Formulas used:
F=1
T
W= 2Pie F= 2pie
T
V= 2pie r =
T
1.How can a body move at constant speed and still be considered to be
accelerated?
Acceleration is defined as the rate of change of velocity. Since velocity
Torque
Lab #8
Anastasiya Manuylova
Objective:
The purpose of this experiment was to understand torque by experimentally measuring
and manipulating them. In addition, the main aim of this lab was to conduct an
experiment illustrating the conditions of stat
Anastasiya Manuylova
SIMPLE PENDULUM AND PROPERTY OF
SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
Lab # 11
Theory:
In this experiment we did the simpler harmonic motion of oscillation
device. We took the measurements of how many times the bob swings.
We also had two forces, wh
STANDING WAVES ON A STRING
Anastasiya Manuylova
Lab # 12
Purpose:
To observe how waves could be affected by the vibration and weight placed on the
string. We were given two strings attached to a vibrator, and weights up to 200g.
With each trial we added m