Objective: (3 points)
The main objective of this lab is to learn about using vernier caliper and
figuring the spheres density by measuring its mass and volume. Also, the lab
let us practice the concepts of error analysis and graph linearization.
Experimen
Lab Report 1 Introduction The objective of this lab is to determine the static and kinetic friction of an object with a known mass being dragged across a table. Materials Force sensor Woodblock Weight String Data Studio Program Procedure 1. Calibrate
PreLab: Volumes and Density
PHY 122
Name: _ Date: _1/28_ Class number:_Fri 10am_
Important Note: Logger Pro Software needs to be installed on your computer to complete
this assignment. Links to install Logger Pro provided on the Master Site.
I. A student
Objective:
This lab was all about Newtons Second Law. Newtons Second Law is F=ma.
Data:
Mass of the cart,M= 500.8g
Mass of the hook, mh= 5.3g
Total mass of the system, msystem=506.1g
slope=2.474 m/s2 0.2138
experiment # 1
the net force applied to the syst
PHY 122: Volumes and density
Name: Xiang Zhang
Class Number:Thursday 12:25
Day and Time: 9/17/2015
Objective: This lab is about density, in order to know the density, measuring volume
and mass. And it is necessary to use the several tools.
Experiential da
(1 point)
Title of the Experiment:
Students name:
Section SLN:
TAs Name:
Week of the experiment:
1
Objective: (3 points)
What is the physics concepts/theory/law to be investigated in this experiment? It is one
or two sentences in your own words.
Experimen
(1 point)
Title of the Experiment: Uniform Circular Motion
Students name:
Section SLN: PHY122
TAs Name: Wayne Christenson
Week of the experiment: Week 5
1
Objectives: (3 points)
During this lab, the relationship between mass, velocity, radius and centripe
Lab #5: Springs
Group #1
Colin Clemons,
Marios Hadjimichael,
Jianqi Yao
Class Number: #72189
Lab Day and Time: Tue @ 10:30
TA: Yue Cao
Professor: Darya Dolenko
PHY 122
Objective: (3 points)
The objective of this lab is to verify the linear relationship be
PHY 132
Lab: Electric Fields and Potential
September 8, 2015
Name: Dylan Hendrix
Group #5
Partners: - Salman Almazrua
TA: Mahdi Sadjadi
Section: 72202
Abstract:
Doing this lab, a water tank containing conductors has been used to find the
magnitude of elec
Newtons Second Law of Motion
Introduction and Theory
Newtons second law of motion can be summarized by the following equation:
F = ma
(1)
where F represents the net external force acting on an object, m is the mass of the object
moving under the influenc
Lab Report 2 Introduction The objective of this lab is to practice calculating error propagation. This will be done using the data obtained from measuring the dimensions of various objects. A crucial formula for determining error propagation will als
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Projectile Motion
Introduction and Theory
Consider the projectile motion of a ball as shown in figure 1. At t = 0 the ball is released at
the position specified by coordinates (0, y0) with horizontal velocity vx.
y
vx
(0, y0)
x
Figure 1. The system of coo
Diao1
Newtons Second law
Name: Haokun Diao
Group members name: Zhaobo Zhang, Lei Ye
Group Number: 5
Class Number: 72184
Day and Time: September 21, 2015
12:00 - 1:50pm
Objective:
The objective of this lab is to validate Newtons Second Law of Motion F = ma
PHY 122 LAB: Springs and oscillators
Introduction In this lab we will measure the static behavior (stretch vs. force) of simple springs, practice linear fits to find the static spring constant, then make an oscillator and test the relationship betwe
Lab
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 external force acting on an object, m is the mass of
the object moving under the influence of F, and
PHY 122 LAB : Vectors and Statics.
Introduction Statics is concerned with the application of Newton' laws to things which don't accelerate. Examples include the design of bridges, elasticity (forces within deformed material) and the forces which act
Vectors and Statics
Introduction
Statics is concerned with the application of Newtons laws to things which do not
accelerate. Examples include the design of bridges, elasticity (forces within deformed
materials), and the forces which act at the junctions
PHY 122 LAB : Density (linearized plot)
Introduction In this lab we will determine the density of clay by weighing a set of hand-made spheres. We fit a model function for mass vs. diameter using a linearized plot and a log-log plot. The aim is to und
PHY 122: Friction: Determination of and
Students name:
Huiyi Tang
Lab partners:
Jinglin Liu
Hanzhao Xiao
Jihun Heo
Group #1
Date of experiment:
February 20th 2015
Section SLN: 29700
TAs name: Sean Sweeney
I.
Objectives:
To measure the coefficient of stati
Energy Conservation
Introduction and Theory
The energy that an object has due to its motion is called kinetic energy and is defined as
1
K = mv 2
(1)
2
where m is the objects mass and v is its speed. An object will also have gravitational
potential energy
Friction: Determination of s and k
Introduction
In this lab, we will take measurements for which the random errors are relatively large
(roughly 10 % of the measured values). We will use a statistical analysis to determine a
final measured value with prop
Collisions in Two Dimensions
Introduction and Theory
This experiment will build from the collisions in one-dimension activity that has already
been done. In two dimensions, as in one, the total linear momentum of the system of
colliding bodies will be con
PHY 122 LAB : Rotational Motion
Introduction: In this lab we will see how a constant torque creates a constant angular acceleration for a rigid body rotating about its CM. We'll see that the moment of inertia depends on the rotation axis for a given
Conservation of Linear Momentum and (Sometimes) Energy
Introduction and Theory
Collisions are an important way of studying how objects interact. Conservation laws have
been developed that allow one to say quite a bit about what is happening without knowin
Rotational Motion
Introduction
In this lab a constant torque will create a constant angular acceleration for a rigid body rotating
about its center of mass. You will see that the moment of inertia depends on the rotation axis for
a given object and finall
Springs and Oscillators
Introduction
In this lab you will measure the static behavior (stretch vs. force) of simple springs,
practice linear fits to find the static spring constant, then make an oscillator and test the
relationship between frequency and m
1
Objective: (3 points)
To verify the condition of translational Fnet = Fnetx+Fnety=0
using the force table and provided materials.
Experimental data (3 points):
Pulley #1
Pulley #2
Pulley #3
mass(g)
50
100
105
angle(degree)
30
130
282
Mass of the hanger
PHY 122:
(Name of the experiment)volumes density
(Prominent students name) zhang yipeng
(lab partners names)
(Group Number)
(Class Number): 73151
(Day and time when the experiment was performed): thur
(TAs name): Anton
Objective section (3 points) underst