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P6S1 Pre-Lab Worksheet v1.1 | 1
Project 6, Session 1
Pre-Lab Worksheet
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Physics 140/141
Problem Set 11, Energy Diagrams and Conservation of Mechanical Energy
Due: June 22, 2015
Problem 1. A rock of mass m and a rock of mass 2m are both released from rest at the same height and
feel no air resistance as they fall. Which statem
Physics 140/141
Problem Set 4, 2 Dimensional Kinematics
Due: June 12, 2015
Problem 1. If you know the position vectors, rf and ri , of a particle at two points along its path and
also know the time interval, t, during which it moved, can you determine the
Physics 140/141
Problem Set 1, Units and Vectors
Due: June 9, 2015
Problem 1. A creature moves at a speed of 2 furlongs per fortnight. Convert the speed to m/s given
that a furlong is 220 yards and a fortnight is 2 weeks. The creature is probably a snail
Newtons second law
University of Arizona
Abdulrahman Turkistany
Lab partner : Abdullah Alkhajah
Ashoordin Ashoormaram
Goal of this lab:
To prove Newtons second law experimentally.
Abstract:
In the newtons second law lab, we proved the law experimentally,
Rolling Motion on an Inclined Plane
Rachel Suon
Physics 141 Section 15S
Lab TA: Donglin MA
Date Performed: 01/28/15
Date Submitted: 02/04/15
Abstract
A cylinder wood block was rolled down a ramp at varying distances to find out the relationship
between di
Physics 140/141
Problem Set 5, 2 Dimensional Kinematics
Due: June 15, 2015
Problem 1. A projectile is red upward at an angle above the horizontal wiht an initial speed v0 . At
its maximum height, what are its velocity vector, its speed, and its accelerati
Sampling
Rolling Motion (Inclined Plane).
Ideal Gas Law (Pressure and Volume).
University of Arizona
Abdulrahman Turkistany,
Abdulallah Alkhaja.
TA: AshoordinAshoormaram
First Experiment, (Rollin Motion)
Abstract:
In the Rolling Motion experiment, we used
Physics 140/141
Problem Set The Last, Fluids
Due: July 8th, 2015
Problem 1. An old question thats fun to ask is, Which weighs more, a pound of feathers or a pound
of lead? If the weight in pounds is the gravitational force, will a pound of feathers balanc
Physics 140/141
Problem Set 13, Conservation of Momentum and Collisions
Due: June 25, 2015
Problem 1. In a completely inelastic collision between two objects, where the objects stick together
after the collision, is it possible for the nal kinetic energy
Physics 140/141
Problem Set 14, Rotational Kinematics
Due: June 29, 2015
Problem 1. Which of the following formulas is valid if the angular acceleration of an object is not
constant? Explain your reasoning in each case.
a. v = r
b. atan = r
c. = o + t
d.
Physics 140/141
Problem Set 15, Rotational Dynamics
Due: June 29, 2015
Problem 1. Is it possible for an object to have the same moment of inertia for all possible axes? If so,
give an example, and if not, explain why this is not possible. Is it possible f
Physics 140/141
Problem Set 6, Newtons Laws
Due: June 16, 2015
Problem 1. Most of these questions are straight from your Fundamentals of Newtons Laws packet.
They have been reproduced here for your convenience, with the addition of several more.
For the f
Physics 140/141
Problem Set 16, Blank
Due: July 2nd, 2015
Problem 1. Complete the last two pages of the in class activity on rolling motion (question 14 parts
A-D). The solutions to the previous pages will be posted to D2L for your reference. You
may also
Physics 140/141
Problem Set 2, 1 Dimensional Kinematics
Due: June 12, 2015
Problem 1. Can you nd two vectors with dierent lengths that have a vector sum of zero? What
length restrictions are required for three vectors to have a vector sum of zero? Explain
Physics 140/141
Problem Set 10, Work, Kinetic Energy, Conservative vs. Non-Conservative Forces
Due: June 23, 2015
Problem 1. A nonzero net force acts on an object. Is it possible for any of the following quantitites to
be constant:
a. the particles speed?
Title Page
John Devlin
Physics 141
9/15/2015
2 Mini Lab Reports
Title (1): The Basics of Circuits
Abstract: In this experiment, my lab partner and I were testing a simple electric current. Using a
power source and a resistor, we were able to test the corr
Jack Devlin
Physics Ball Drop Reflection
Last week in lab, the class was asked to conduct an experiment that would produce a fair estimate
of the heights of the stairs outside of our classroom. My partner and I produced an experiment that could
answer our
Newtons Second Law
By: Heyan Wang
Partners: Bo Wei
TA: Francis Tyson Thomas
Physics 141 Section 001M
Oct 15, 2015
Abstract
For this lab, the students were asked to find out the relationship between the
acceleration and the total mass as well as the force.
1
Abstract
The objective for this experiment is to calculate the range when the steel ball drops
from different heights. It is essential to find efficient ways for dropping the ball.
From multiple trails with different dropping methods, the results were,
Rolling Motion and Ohms Law
By: Heyan Wang
Partners: Madison Eich, Leah Homad
TA: Masoud Mallaea
Physics 141 Section 007C
Feb 4, 2015
Rolling Motion
Abstract
Find out the relationship between the time and distance when an
object is rolling down an incline
Conservation Laws
By: Heyan Wang
Partners: Bo Wei
TA: Francis Tyson Thomas
Physics 141 Section 001M
Oct 22, 2015
Abstract
In this lab, we were trying to verify the Laws of Conservation of linear momentum and kinetic
energy. The experiment was done with tw
Physics 140/141
Problem Set 3, 1 Dimensional Kinematics
Due: June 11, 2015
Problem 1. A ball is thrown upward. While the ball is in the air:
a. Does its acceleration increase, decrease, or remain the same? Explain your answer.
b. Describe what happens to
Physics 140/141
Problem Set 7, Newtons Laws Continued
Due: June 17, 2015
Problem 1. A toy rocket with mass M = 30kg is travelling with an acceleration a = 4.0m/s2 at an
angle 60o above the horizontal. Let the thrust force from the engine be denoted as Fth
Physics 140/141
Problem Set 5, Work and Kinetic Energy
Due: June 22, 2015
Problem 1. The sign of many physical quantities depends on the choice of coordinates. For example,
ay for free-fall motion can be negative or positive, depending on whether we choos
Collison Forces Worksheet Questions
For our first experiment, we choose to test which of the bumpers had the longest collision time given
their speed being the same for each trail. Our hypothesis was if we were to test the rubber nut, the
spring, the magn
Physics 140/141
Problem Set 18, Simple Harmonic Motion
Due: July 7th, 2015
Problem 1. An object is moving with SHM of amplitude A on the end of a spring. If the amplitude
is doubled, what happens to the total distance the object travels in one period? Wha
Physics 140/141
Deriving Kinematic Equations for Constant Acceleration
Starting with the denition of acceleration in terms of velocity,
d
v(t),
dt
and using the fact that acceleration is constant, we have
a(t) =
d
v(t).
dt
Multiplying both sides by dt giv
Rotational Dynamics 1
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Each ﬁgure below shows a different object (A—C) and its rotation axis (dashed line). The
moments of inertia for these objects about their rotation axes are provided. All objects
have the same mass m and the
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1. A car starts from rest on a hilly road at point A and travels under the action of only
gravity (i.e., the car is in neutral and friction can be ignored) from point A to point C, as
shown in the gure below.
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PHYSICS 141
Exam #1
September 26, 2016
Do not open exam, or remove pages, until
instructed to do so!
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TA:_
Its the way I study to understand something by trying to work it out or, in other words, to
understand something by creating it.
PHYS 141 Review Problems
1. How many nanoseconds does it take light to travel 1.00 ft in vacuum?
2. The most powerful engine available for the classic 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray developed
360 horsepower and had a displacement of 327 cubic inches. E
This 46 ac [j
Q1: Q2: Q3: Q4: Q5:
TOTAL SCORE:
Physics 141, Exam no 3, Spring 2016
Name (write legibly! .
1. (15 points) You have two identical pendulums, one at sea level, one at the top of a very tall mountain.
Which has a shorter period (i.e. oscillate
Problem 1 (20 points).
A) An elevator is descending from the top of a building to the ground oor and
the speed of the elevator is increasing. In What direction is its acceleration?
Explain.
B) You are standing in this elevator on a weight scale with the c