Lab 11 Sound
Investigate how the vibrating source affects selected characteristics of the sound
Cardboard kazoos, yard stick, mirror, flashlight, rubber bands
SARTRE: Dr. Skinner, is it your perspective as a behaviorist that the actions of man are pre-determined by
previous conditioning circumstances, and there is no freedom?
SKINNER: It is not merely my perspective sir, but the evidence of experiment that a ma
Compare and contrast the wave properties of reflection, refraction, diffraction, and interference.
Reflection of a wave is the act of a wave bouncing off of and object. It takes shape as the form of an echo
when referring to sound waves. Your sound wave m
Krauss, L. M. (2012). A universe from nothing: Why there is something rather than nothing. New York:
Hallman, M. (2012). Traversing Philosophical Boundaries. Boston, MA: Wadsworth, Cengage Learning.
Durant, W. (1953). The pleasu
Lesson 6 short answer
Carefully explain the fundamental differences between rationalism and empiricism. Identify one
rationalist and discuss his/her theory. Identify one empiricist and discuss his/her theory. Which one most
closely resembles your ways of
Describe Hawkings big bang theory in your own words. Do you think Hawkings theory provides an
adequate explanation for the origin of the universe? Explain why or why not. What do you believe is
missing from his theory? Explain.
In the beginning, about 13.
Lab 15 Chemical Reactions and Organic Chemistry
Discuss how an iodine solution can be used to distinguish a sugar from a starch.
2. Paper plate
1. What is unemployment, and what is the unemployment rate? How is the labor force
participation rate calculated? What are the costs of unemployment? (5 points
Unemployment is defined as the number of people in the labor force looking for work but do not
Lab 10 Calorimetry
Discover specific heat of an unidentified metal
Thermometer, metal Allen wrench, 100 ml graduated cylinder, coffee cup, heat source, sauce
Lab 14 Acids and Bases
Use a homemade pH indicator solution to estimate the acidity or alkalinity of a substance.
1. Head of red cabbage,
2. Knife the chop cabbage
3. Pot to boil water
Lab 13 Paper Chromatography
Observe the different distances traveled by the different color marks on a piece of paper through the use
of chromatography. Chromatography is the use of a liquid or gas to
1. Compare and contrast the wave properties of reflection, refraction, diffraction, and interference.
2. A certain radar installation that is used to track airplanes transmits electromagnetic radiation
with a wavelength of 2.8 cm.
a. What is the frequency
Lab 12 Counting Atoms and Nuclear Half-life
Design an excel graph based off data collected through the use of pennies to explain concepts of
nuclear decay and answer the following questions.
If each s
Dennis H. Mahan Memorial Bridge
Project ID: 00007A-B4
Designed by: Jared Smith
Iteration #37 (Fri, 13 Apr 2012, 11:44:42)
Type of Cost Item Cost Calculation
Material Cost (M)
Carbon Steel Solid Bar
(1157.3 kg) x ($3.78 per kg) x (2 Trusse