At a car exhibition show there is a loop-the-loop of radius 8 m which is used by professional drives to
awe and entertain visitors. A driver starts from rest and accelerates to a speed of 60 mph when he gets
to the bottom of the loop-the-loop after which

Lab 03: Creating Mathematical Models
Learning Objectives
Students will be able to:
Create a mathematical model from experimental data
As a reminder, you will be expected to compile Lab Records (on provided copy sheets), which will be
turned in to your TA

Lab 08: Simple Harmonic Motion Part II
Learning Objective:
Students will be able to:
Apply an experimental mathematical model to promote a specific outcome
The lab investigation for simple harmonic motion has two parts. The purpose of the first part, sta

Lab 10: Rotation
Learning Objective:
Design and conduct a controlled experiment to determine a mathematical model from
experimental data.
Lab Records Scoring Rubric (24 pts total)
Excellent (2)
General Clarity
1. Student name.
2. Experiment name & date.

Lab 06: Newtons Law Part II
Learning Objective:
Students will be able to:
Apply an experimental mathematical model to promote a specific outcome
This lab activity has two parts. The purpose of the first lab activity completed during Lab 05 was to
develop

Understanding the Relationship between Moment of Inertia
(dependent variable) with Added Mass and Distance of Mass from
Pulley (independent variables) on a Rotating Rod
By: Rachel Scheidt
Lab Partners; Cora Flath and Anthony DiNizo
Experiment Conducted on