Kevin Allen
Phy 111
Lab 5
4/11/2016
Lab 5 Net forces and Newtons Second Law
Purpose: The Objective of this lab is to use a simulation lab to examine the relationship between angle
of a slope, frictional and gravitation forces and acceleration on an object
Lab 7: Circular Motion and Gravitation
Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to calculate linear speed of an object in uniform circular
motion and the period of revolution to construct graphs and describe the relationships between
the centripetal force vari
PHY111
Lab 3
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III.
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Lab Title
Kinematics and Graphing
Purpose
To Demonstrate Basic Two Dimensional Vectors
Error, Percent Difference, and Vector Properties
Procedures
N/A (see Conclusions section)
Data
See Conclusions section
Calculations
Velo
Anastacia Kelly
General Physics I
Gregory Stafford
Excel Workbook Calculations
Purpose: The objective of this lab is to utilize an Excel workbook to perform mathematical calculations
given various model scenarios.
Materials:
Excel spreadsheet snapshots
Sm
Anastacia Kelly
General Physics I
Gregory Stafford
October 9, 2016
Application of Newtons Laws of Motion
Purpose: The objective of this lab is to illustrate the concept of mechanical equilibrium; where the net
force acting upon an object is zero. This lab
Part I: Lady Bug Motion 2-D
Click Lady Bug Motion 2-D.
Ensure Linear is marked.
What does the blue arrow in the Remote Control Box represent?
The blue arrow in the remote control box represents position.
Describe the velocity vector. Does it ever change?
1. The simulation shows a man pushing a crate on a level surface. Ahead you see a ramp. Notice
the options to the right.
2. Start with a crate that has a mass of 100 kg, a coefficient of sliding friction of 0.3, and a
coefficient of static friction of 0.5
Anastacia Kelly
General Physics I
Gregory Stafford
September 4, 2016
Distance Traveled On Different Heavenly Bodies
Purpose: The objective of this lab is to determine the differences in distance traveled over a period of
time when an object is dropped on
Anastacia Kelly
General Physics I
Gregory Stafford
September 26, 2016
Projectile Motion
Purpose: The objective of this lab is to illustrate the concepts of displacement, velocity and acceleration
and their relation to a projectile in motion. This lab will
Part I: Range of Projectile at Various Angles of Fire
1. What relationship do you see been the angle of fire and the range?
When examining the angle of fire and the range of ma projectile, it was found that the range of a
projectile increases as the angle
Anastacia Kelly
General Physics I
Gregory Stafford
October 3, 2016
Net Forces and Newtons Second Law
Purpose: The objective of this lab is to illustrate the concepts of the forces that act on an object. In this
lab we will also differentiate between the c
Anastacia Kelly
General Physics I
Gregory Stafford
September 19, 2016
Kinematics and Graphing
Purpose: The objective of this lab is to illustrate the concepts of displacement, velocity and acceleration
as well as reinforce concepts of vector mathematics a
PHY111
Lab 1
I.
Lab Title
Introductory Excel Models for Physics
II.
Purpose
To Demonstrate Basic Modelling of Density, Lung Capacity, and Dot Products in Excel
III.
Hypothesis
N/A
IV.
Completed Excel Models
Attached
V.
Conclusions
When taking length measu
PHY111
I.
II.
Lab Title
Models and Measurements
Purpose
To Demonstrate Basic Modelling of Density, Volume, Surface Area, Absolute Error,
Percent
III.
Error, Percent Difference, and Vector Properties
Procedures
N/A
IV.
Data
V.
Calculations
Volume = (height
Workbook for density
Tissue box
Height (cm)
Width (cm)
Length(cm)
6.5
7
15
Mass (g)
258
Volume (cm^3)
682.5
Density (g/cm^3)
0.378
Absolute error
0.007
Percent error
1.8
Percent difference
1.8
Known accepted value (g/cm^3)
0.385
Experimental value for den
Analysis and conclusions
1
What happened to the frequency of the meter stick's vibration when the overhanging part was
made longer?
The frequency was reduced.
2
How did the frequency of the meter stick's vibration affect the pitch of its sound?
The pitch
Lab 15
Pressure and Fluid Flow
Worksheet
Select the Pressure tab. Notice that you have three possible containers to choose from. Select the
container on the far left. Click: Reset All.
Click the + sign on the Fluid Density button and select water (1,000 k
Lesson 2: Problem Set 1 (40 Points)
Name: _Kevin Allen_
This Problem Set has four problems with multiple parts. Each problem is worth 10 points
total. You are required to SHOW ALL YOUR WORK and give complete explanations
when appropriate.
Dont hesitate to
Lesson 9: Problem Set 4 (40 Points)
Name:_Kevin Allen_
This Problem Set has four problems with multiple parts. Each problem is worth 10 points
total. You are required to SHOW ALL YOUR WORK and give complete explanations
when appropriate.
Dont hesitate to
Kevin Allen
Phy 111
Lab 6
4/18/2016
Lab 6 Applications of the laws of motion
Purpose: The Objective of this lab is to examine an application of Newtons laws of motion, specifically
mechanical equilibrium.
Hypothesis: N/A
Conclusion:
Part 1
The only trial
Kevin Allen
Phi 111
Lab 2
3/21/2016
Lab 2 Assessing Models
Purpose: The Objective of this lab is to determine if there is a difference in the rate at which objects fall
on Earth, the Moon and Mars. This will be accomplished by finding the velocity and ave
Kevin Allen
Phy 111
Lab 3
3/28/2016
Lab 3 Kinematics and Graphing
Purpose: The Objective of this lab is to use a simulation lab to examine and graph kinematic variables
such as time, velocity, position and acceleration.
Hypothesis: N/A.
Data:
Position
(m)
Kevin Allen
Phy 111
Lab 4
4/4/2016
Lab 4 Projectile motion
Purpose: The Objective of this lab is to use a simulation lab to examine the relationship between angle,
velocity and range of a projectile
Hypothesis: N/A.
Data:
Table 1.
Angle (degrees)
20
25
Ra
Kevin Allen
Phi 111
Lab 1
3/13/2016
Lab 1 Scientific Method and Reporting Data
Purpose: The Objective of this lab is to determine if there is a difference in the rate at which objects fall
on Earth, the Moon and Mars. This will be accomplished by finding
Lesson 11: Problem Set 5 (40 Points)
Name:_Kevin Allen_
This Problem Set has four problems with multiple parts. Each problem is worth 10 points
total. You are required to SHOW ALL YOUR WORK and give complete explanations
when appropriate.
Dont hesitate to
Lesson13: Problem Set 6 (40 Points)
Name:_Kevin Allen_
This Problem Set has four problems with multiple parts. Each problem is worth 10 points
total. You are required to SHOW ALL YOUR WORK and give complete explanations
when appropriate.
Dont hesitate to
Lab 4: Projectile Motion
Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to use a simulator to test the properties of projectile motion
and determine the components of the vertical and horizontal forces on a projectile object.
Hypothesis: N/A.
Data:
Part I: Adult Hum