Mass, Mass Density, Specific
In this world of physics we are going to do the basic unit of measurements. First we have mass,
which is basically how much does an object weighs. Mass never changes no matter how mu
This Lab concerns the introductions and uses of the Vernier caliper and the Micrometer
caliper. We will learn how to use both of the tools and how to derive specific information from
their unique scales
Fall 2010 Semester Review
Test will be similar formatting of types of questions and number of questions per topic. Test will be all
scantron, please bring a pencil. No calculator on the test.
Which of the following graphs shows the best-fit line for th
IB Physics Seniors
Topic 4 Waves Take-home
1. In which of the following regions of the electromagnetic spectrum is radiation of
wavelength 600 nm located?
B. radio waves
C. visible light
2. What is the best estimate
IB Physics Classwork
Graphing with Error Bars
The following data was taken during a lab.
Distance (meters) 0.5 m
Plot the data points, add a title and labels.
Draw a best-fit line.
Oscillations and waves
Oscillation and waves
4.1 Simple harmonic motion - Worksheet
A particle undergoes SHM with amplitude of 4.0mm and angular frequency of 2.0 s-1. At
= 0, the displacement is 2 2 mm. Write down the equation of displacemen
Self Study Unit
Read the following sections and
complete the exercises.
How to read a scale
Errors & uncertainties
Part 1. How to read a scale
A scale is usually divided into units and subunits. Before
attempting to make a reading with
Units and Derived
Fundamental Unit is a set of units from which every other unit can be generated
SI base unit
Intensity of light