Final Exam Equation sheet
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PHYS 211 Lab #2: Position, Velocity &
Acceleration
By: Longji LiLab Partners: Trevor Daniels,Emma Bidwell
PHYS 211 Lab January 26 2:00 PM
Professor Todd Curtis
The objective of this lab is:
To experimentally verify kinematic equations (1), (2), and (3) f
PHYS 211 Lab #7
Law of Conservation of Momentum in Collisions
By: Longji LiLab Partners: Trevor Daniels,Emma Bidwell
PHYS 211 Lab March 8 2:00 PM
Professor Todd Curtis
OBJECTIVE
To experimentally verify the Law of Conservation of Momentum as applied to si
PHYS 211 Lab #4
Newtons 2nd Law
By: Longji LiLab Partners: Trevor Daniels,Emma Bidwell
PHYS 211 Lab Feb 9 2:00 PM
Professor Todd Curtis
OBJECTIVE
To experimentally verify Newtons second law by applying controlled forces to an air trackglider system, const
PHYS 211 Lab #3 Projectile Motion
By: Longji LiLab Partners: Trevor Daniels,Emma Bidwell
PHYS 211 Lab Feb 2nd 2:00 PM
Professor Todd Curtis
The objective of this lab is:
To experimentally verify the range formula for a projectile with y0 = yf.
To experi
PHYS 211 Lab #5
Uniform Circular Motion
By: Longji LiLab Partners: Trevor Daniels,Emma Bidwell
PHYS 211 Lab Feb 23 2:00 PM
Professor Todd Curtis
OBJECTIVE
To
experimentally
verify
that
centripetal
acceleration
is
given
by
ac
2
v
r
PRELAQUESTIONS
EQUIPMEN
PHYS 211 Lab #6
Work-Kinetic Energy Principle
By: Longji LiLab Partners: Trevor Daniels,Emma Bidwell
PHYS 211 Lab March 1st 2:00 PM
Professor Todd Curtis
1
OBJECTIVE
To experimentally verify the Work Kinetic Energy Principle.
EQUIPMENT
2.0 m cart track an
PHYS 201 Lab #3
Projectile Motion
The objective of this lab is:
To experimentally verify the range formula for a projectile with y0 = yf.
To experimentally verify the formula for 2-dimensional analysis of a projectile.
To experimentally verify a range
PHYS 211 Lab #8
Rotational Dynamics ( = I)
OBJECTIVE
To experimentally verify that torque = l F is related to angular acceleration through
Newtons 2nd law = I.
To experimentally verify the values for moment of inertia I for a disk, bar, and ring.
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Lab 1 Measurements and Gravity
PHY 211
The objectives of this lab are:
To understand the scientific method (and apply it in a simple experiment).
To apply the statistical tools used in evaluating the mean
PHYS 211 Lab #2: Position, Velocity & Acceleration
The objective of this lab is:
To experimentally verify kinematic equations (1), (2), and (3) for position, velocity and
acceleration for the special case of constant acceleration.
To experimentally veri
PHYS 211 Lab #4
Newtons 2nd Law
OBJECTIVE
To experimentally verify Newtons second law by applying controlled forces to an air track-glider
system, constructing free body diagrams, summing the forces, calculating the expected accelerations
and verifying th
PHYS 211 Lab #10
Conditions of Equilibrium
By: Longji LiLab Partners: Trevor Daniels,Emma Bidwell
PHYS 211 Lab April 19 2:00 PM
Professor Todd Curtis
PHYS 211 Lab #10
Conditions of Equilibrium
OBJECTIVE
To study the conditions of equilibrium.
To experimen
PHYS 211 Lab #7
Law of Conservation of Momentum in Collisions
OBJECTIVE
To experimentally verify the Law of Conservation of Momentum as applied to simple collisions.
To be able to calculate momentum that is lost and hypothesize the cause of the lost momen
PHYS 201 Lab #5
Uniform Circular Motion
OBJECTIVE
To experimentally verify that centripetal acceleration is given by
v2
ac
r
.
PRELAB QUESTIONS
1. When David fought Goliath he swung a stone in a sling around his head. Lets
assume he was trying to swing i
PHYS 211 Lab #9
Final Project Work
OBJECTIVE
To Work on final project
Working on necessary calculations
Collecting any needed data
Conducting any needed tests/experiments
PRELAB QUESTIONS
1. What calculations do you need to do to be able to generate theor
This is my hammerhead. During this project I learned
how to use the flex tool. I also had much more
practice at making different plains.
This is my coffee mug. During this project I learned
how to use the lofting tool as well as the sweeping
tool. I also
Memorandum
To: Mr. Neal Nietman
From: Kirk Fairchild
Date: 9/19/16
Subject: Wobbler Design and Bill of Materials
These designs are my idea of how to maximize the coast distance of my flywheel.
These designs will reduce friction and allow for a much longer
Practice Celebration of Physics Exam #2
Physics 202 Spring 2016
E1)
(15 points)
A 235U nucleus has 92 protons. The fission of this nucleus breaks
it into two smaller nuclei (take these to q1 = +43e and q2 = +49e).
a) Before it splits, the Uranium nucleus
Practice Celebration of Physics Solution #3
Physics 202
E1)
(15 points)
In the 1980s a so-called geomagnetic storm knocked out a critical
transformer which led to the collapse of the electrical power grid for Quebec. This
failure was caused by magnetic in
Physics 202: Final Review Solution
Spring 2016
E1)
(15 points) An ideal diatomic gas is used in a 4-step heat engine:
AB constant pressure expansion
BC adiabatic expansion
CD constant volume cooling
DA adiabatic compression
Four points in cycle &
their p-