Lab: Ballistic Pendulum
Madeline Adelman
Lizzie Klein
Section PHYS-UA 12
Performed 6/23/15
Due 6/29/15
Objective:
The purpose of this experiment is to analyze a ballistic pendulum system and calculate
initial velocity with various methods. Using kinematic
Motion 2
Maria Gonzalez
Sarah Hockney
Section 19
Experiment performed: 9/17/13
Due Date: 9/24/13
Objective:
In this lab experiment the goal was to study the relationships between position, velocity,
acceleration and time using DataStudio, an air track, gl
Physics 1441
Lab Report 2
Acceleration Due to Gravity
Md Arefin
Section D773
Professor Gelbord
1
Physics 1441
Lab Report 2
Objectives: In this experiment, we will let a metal ball fall from different distance and
will get the time through data studio. We
Arefin
Lab: Ballistic Pendulum
Md Arefin
Section D773
Professor Gelbord
1
Arefin
Objectives
In this laboratory experiment we confirm the principles of conservation of linear
momentum and mechanical energy. We will also conclude the loss in kinetic energy
Lab: Conservation of Linear Momentum
Md Arefin
Section D773
Professor Gelbord
Objectives
In this laboratory activity we study elastic and inelastic collisions in one
dimension. We will verify the principles of conservation of linear momentum and
conservat
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School of Arts & Science
PHY 101 A
General Physics I,
Summer 2011
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 6 8 pm
Lab Monday. Wednesday, Thursday - 8:15- 10:15 pm, C-103
Professor: Dr. Victor A. Stanionis
Phone: 633-2276 OR 2236
Office : Cornelia Hall Ro
Lab: Rotational Motion
Madeline Adelman
Lizzie Klein
Section PHYS-UA 12
Performed 6/17/15
Due 6/24/15
Objective:
Using a force sensor and rotary motion sensor, inertia for different shapes and different
masses will be compared to each other. The relations
Lab: Conservation of Energy
Madeline Adelman
Lizzie Klein
Section PHYS-UA 12
Performed 6/10/15
Due 6/17/15
Objective:
The purpose of this lab is to verify the law of conservation of energy. Energy
cannot be gained or lost in a system, only transformed to
Physics 1441
Lab Report 1
Instantaneous Velocity
&
Linear Uniform Accelerated Motion
Md Arefin
Section D773
Professor Gelbord
1
Physics 1441
Lab Report 1
Objectives:
In this 1st experiment activity first, we need to find the relation between
instantaneous
Verification of Work-Energy Theorem
Md Arefin
Section D773
Professor Gelbord
Lab: Verification of Work-Energy Theorem
Objectives
This laboratory experiment has an objective to determine the coefficient of kinetic
friction. The next objective is to verify
26/03/2014
Chapter 30
Inductance
In this chapter we will study the following topics:
-Faradays law of induction
-Lenzs rule
-Electric field induced by a changing magnetic field
-Inductance and mutual inductance
- RL circuits
-Energy stored in a magnetic f
17/02/2014
Chapter 26
Current and Resistance
26.2: Electric Current:
Although an electric current is a stream of moving charges, not all moving
charges constitute an electric current. If there is to be an electric current through
a given surface, there mu
27/02/2012
Chapter 29
Magnetic Fields due to Currentss
29.2: Calculating the Magnetic Field due to a Current
The magnitude of the field dB produced at point
P at distance r by a current length element i ds
turns out to be
where is the angle between the di
Chapter 28
Magnetic Fields
28.2: What Produces Magnetic Field?:
One way that magnetic fields are produced is to
use moving electrically charged particles, such as
a current in a wire, to make an electromagnet.
The current produces a magnetic field that is
17/02/2012
Chapter 22
Electric Fields
22.2 The Electric Field:
The Electric Field is a vector field.
The electric field, E, consists of a distribution of vectors,
one for each point in the region around a charged object,
such as a charged rod.
We can defi
17/02/2012
Chapter 25
Capacitors and Capacitance
In this chapter we will cover the following topics:
-Capacitance C of a system of two isolated conductors.
-Calculation of the capacitance for some simple geometries.
-Methods of connecting capacitors (in s
17/02/2012
Chapter 21
Electric Charge
21.2 Electric Charge:
1
17/02/2012
21.3 Conductors and Insulators
Conductors are materials through which charge can move freely; examples include metals (such as
copper in common lamp wire), the human body, and tap wa
17/02/2012
Chapter 24
Finding the Electric Potential
In this chapter we will define the electric potential ( symbol V )
associated with the electric force and accomplish the following
tasks:
Calculate V if we know the corresponding electric field
Calculat
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Two identical () stars with mass M orbit around their center of mass. Each orbit is circular and has radius R, so that
two stars are always on the opposite sides of t
1. The moons of Mars, Phobos (Fear) and Deimos (Terror), are very close to the
planet compared to Earths Moon. Their orbital radii are 9,378 km and 23,459 km
respectively. What is the ratio of the orbital speed, v, of Phobos to that of Deimos?
2. Planet Z
17/02/2012
Chapter 23
Gausss Law
23.1 What is Physics?:
Gauss law relates the electric fields at points on a
(closed) Gaussian surface to the net charge
enclosed by that surface.
Gauss law considers a hypothetical (imaginary) closed
surface enclosing the
13/03/2012
Chapter 31
Electromagnetic Oscillations and
Alternating Current
31.2: LC Oscillations, Qualitatively:
In RC and RL circuits the charge, current, and potential
difference grow and decay exponentially.
On the contrary, in an LC circuit, the charg
17/02/2014
Chapter 27
Circuits
27.2: Pumping Charges:
In order to produce a steady flow of charge through a
resistor, one needs a charge pump, a device thatby
doing work on the charge carriersmaintains a potential
difference between a pair of terminals.
S
Physics 1441
Lab Report 6
Verification of Law of Conservation of
Mechanical Energy Using Air Track
Md Arefin
Section D773
Professor Gelbord
1
Physics 1441
Lab Report 6
Objectives:
In this experiment, we will determine the kinetic and gravitational
potenti
Physics 1441
Lab Report 8
Verification of Work-Energy Theorem
Md Arefin
Section D773
Professor Gelbord
1
Physics 1441
Lab Report 8
Objectives:
In this experiment, we will determine the kinetic and gravitational
potential energy of an object and perform an
Physics 1441
Lab Report 8
Verification of Work-Energy Theorem
Md Arefin
Section D773
Professor Gelbord
1
Physics 1441
Lab Report 8
Objectives:
In this experiment, we will determine the kinetic and gravitational
potential energy of an object and perform an
Lab: The Simple Pendulum
Md Arefin
Physic 1441
Section D773
Professor Gelbord
Objectives
In this laboratory experiment we have explored the elements of a simple pendulum. We
have also make an investigational conclusion of the acceleration caused by gravit
Equilibrium of a Particle
Kartika Upadhyaya
Amy Lei
Section 014
Date Performed: September 26, 2016
Date Due: October 3, 2016
Objective
Draw and calculate force vectors on a Cartesian coordinate plane. Add the force vectors of an
object with constant veloc
Oscillations of a String
Kartika Upadhyaya
Amy Lei
Section 014
Date Performed: November 28, 2016
Date Due: December 5, 2016
Objective
In this experiment the forced oscillations of a string will be studied while the displacement of the
non-fixed end is sin
NYUL General Physics I
Practice questions for Quiz 1
September 2016
September 2013
1) How many nanoseconds does it take for a computer to perform one calculation if it performs
A) 15 ns
2) The radius of a rotating turntable is 2.2 m. If it turns through a
GPI 2015 Mid Term Examination 1
Full Name_
Points: 3
1) The components of vectors B and C are given as follows:
Bx = -7.3
Cx = -7.8
By = -8.6
Cy = +9.8
The angle (less than 180 degrees) between vectors B and C , in degrees, is closest to:
A) 101
B) 96
C)
General Physics I MT1 Formula Sheet
Conversions and constants
Gravitational acceleration g = 9.81 m/s 2
Differentiation
Derivative of f(x) is
f '(x) nx(n1)
Geometry
Area of a triangle = b x h
Circumference of a circle = 2r
Vectors
A B A ( B)
A Ax Ay
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