PHY 122: Volumes and density
Name:
Group members name:
Group Number:
Class Number:
Day and Time:
(1 point)
Objective: (3 points)
Provide one or two sentences explaining the main objectives of the lab. Erase
text in red.
Experimental data (3 points): Fill

Lab 3: Vectors and Statics Quinton Candelaria
TA: Yian Song Thursday 4:30
Abstract This report presents another error propagation practice by measuring the force of three pulleys and the error of the angle and direction. In this lab Newtons first law was

Lab 2: Error Propagation: Volumes Quinton Candelaria
TA: Yian Song Thursday 4:30
Abstract This report presents the practice of error analysis by measuring the volumes of five regular shapes. In order to find the volume of each shape we first needed to fin

(1) (5 points) Abstract: a brief summary of the experiment and the results obtained. (2) (20 points) Introduction: stating the motivation for doing the work and spelling out the goal of the work to be performed, and then describing in some detail the theo

Lab Worksheet: Vectors and Statics
I. Objective(s).
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_
Discussion question:
What is the meaning of net force?
_
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What is the mathematical expression to calculate the net force?
_
Data collection
Mass of the hanger: _
Mass on the hanger
Angle
Units
Pulle

Lab 3: Newtons Second Law of Motion
Introduction
Newtons Second law of motion can be summarized by the following equation:
F=ma
(1)
where F represents a net force acting on an object, m is the mass of the object moving
under the influence of F, and a is t

Friction: Determination of S and K
Introduction
When two bodies interact by direct contact of their surfaces, the interaction forces are called
contact forces. There are two kinds of contact forces: the normal force a force perpendicular
to the contact su

Lecture 3
Motion with Constant
Acceleration in 1D
2
Main Points of Last Lecture
Position (x) - the coordinate of the particle in the x-axis.
Displacement (vector quantity): x x2 x1
Average Velocity (vector quantity):
v x ,avg
x
t
Instantaneous Velocit

PHY 122 - Summer 2016
LAB REPORT GUIDELINES
1. The Lab Report must be typed. Lab report should be typed in the third person; in the passive
form and in the past tense.
2. Parameters for typed lab report: Font: Times New Roman, Size: 12 Line Spacing: 1.0 (

Solutions to Examples on Partial Derivatives
f
f
= 3;
= 4.
x
y
f
f
f (x, y) = xy 3 + x2 y 2 ;
= y 3 + 2xy 2 ;
= 3xy 2 + 2x2 y.
x
y
f
f
f (x, y) = x3 y + ex ;
= 3x2 y + ex ;
= x3 .
x
y
f
f
f (x, y) = xe2x+3y ;
= 2xe2x+3y + e2x+3y ;
= 3xe2x+3y .
x
y
xy
.
f

PHY 113: Simple Harmonic Motion
Manisha Warrier
Jorge Salazar, Brandon Atkins
Group 1
10843
Tuesday April 14, 2015 2:25 4:15 PM
Emanuel Borcean
Abstract:
The purpose of this experiment was to study the properties of simple harmonic motion.
Specifically, H

Error Propagation: Volumes
Introduction
In this lab you will practice error analysis by measuring volumes of a few regular shapes.
You need to understand the Data Analysis document to successfully complete this
exercise. The aim is to understand how error

Name
Date
Pd
UNIT I Worksheet 1: GRAPHING PRACTICE
For each data set below, determine the mathematical expression. To do this, first graph the
original data. Assume the 1st column in each set of values to be the independent variable and
the 2nd column the

Graphing with Logger Pro
Select Logger Pro if used without a probe, it
becomes a graphing program.
1. Double click on the x in the data table.
A new screen appears, enter appropriate labels
and units. Repeat for the y-values in the data
table.
If graph is

Density (linearized plot)
Introduction:
In this lab we will determine the density of clay by weighing a set of handmade
spheres and how scientists model physical effects. The density is the mass per unit of
volume, measured in kg/m3 or g/cm3:
m
V
When sci

Density (linearized plot)
Introduction:
In this lab we will determine the density of clay by weighing a set of handmade
spheres and how scientists model physical effects. The density is the mass per unit of
volume, measured in kg/m3 or g/cm3:
m
V
When sci

PHY 122: Damped Oscillations.
Students name:
Lab partners:
Date of experiment:
Section SLN:
TAs name:
I. Objectives.
II. Data.
Part A: Undamped oscillations tennis ball.
Length L
m
Period T
s
Slope of T2 vs. L plot =
TA check point:
Page 1 of 4
Amplitude

Lab Worksheet: Density Linearized Graphs
Remember to write the unit of each quantity.
Important: All logger pro graphs and experimental data need to be signed and
attached at the end of the lab report.
Make one measurement of the mass of each of the provi

Error Propagation: Volumes
Introduction
In this lab you will practice error analysis by measuring volumes of a few regular shapes.
You need to understand the Data Analysis document to successfully complete this
exercise. The aim is to understand how error

INTRODUCTION
Significant Figures
Significant Figures in Calculations
Types of Errors
Principal Definitions and equations to report the lab results
Significant Figures are all the digits that are known
accurately plus the one estimated digit.
Rules for Id

Lab Worksheet: Volumes Error Propagation
Remember to write the unit of each quantity.
Important: All logger pro graphs and experimental data need to be signed and attached at
the end of the lab report.
Part 1. Volumes. Error Propagation
Rectangular
Table1

PHY 121
Exam 3 Outline
Momentum and Impulse
1) Momentum, Impulse, the relationship between net impulse and momentum.
2) The law of conservation of momentum and how to apply it in 1D and 2D.
Rotational Motion
1) Equations of rotational motion and their app

Lab Worksheet: Volumes Error Propagation
Remember to write the unit of each quantity.
Important: All logger pro graphs and experimental data need to be signed and attached at
the end of the lab report.
Part 1. Volumes. Error Propagation
Rectangular
Table1

Graphical Methods-Summary
A graph is one of the most effective representations of the relationship between two
variables. The independent variable (one controlled by the experimenter) is usually
placed on the x-axis. The dependent variable (one that respo

Lecture 2
Using Vector Components
Motion in 1D
Main Points of Last Lecture
A vector
A Ax Ay
A x x component vector
A y y component vector
Ax x component
Ay y component
Ax A cos
Ay A sin
A A A
2
x
2
y
and tan
1
Ay
Ax
Arlinda Hill
Positive and Negative Com

Finding Density Using Graphing Techniques: Part I
INTRODUCTION:
The density of a substance is defined as the mass divided by the volume: d=m / v. Using graphing
techniques, a plot of mass vs. volume will yield a slope (y/x) of density.
mass
density
volume