Tanner Rich
University Physics1 sec1
Monday 11am
1-12-15
Introduction to lab reports
Time (seconds) vs distance (meters) of a tossed ball
time (seconds) disntance (meters)
0
1.355
0.1
2.937
0.2
4.643
Lab #3: 1-Dimensional Motion
Class: University Physics 1, Sec1, 11am Monday
Date: 2-2-15
Group Members: Tanner Rich and Austin May
Introduction:
This labs purpose is to investigate motion in 1 dimensi
Lab #3: 1-Dimensional Motion
Class: University Physics 1, Sec1, 11am Monday
Date: 2-2-15
Group Members: Tanner Rich and Austin May
Introduction:
This labs purpose is to investigate motion in 1 dimensi
Lab #4: Vector Forces and Equilibrium
Brandon Lercher
Alex Warner
Tanner Rich
University Physics I 2034-001
Mondays @ 11:00-12:50
Monday 2/9/15
System 1
Vgiven1 = 180g @ 0
=R
equilibrium = 0 + 180
Ve
Title: Forces
Names: Tanner Rich, Austin May, Zak Rush
Date: 3-9-15
Time: Monday, 11 am
Class: University Physics1 sec1
The data and graphs of the position vs time and velocity vs
time are shown below
Names: Zak Rush, Tanner Rich, Austin May
Class: University Physics 1 Sec.1
Time: Monday 11am 2-23-15
Free Falling Lab
Intro: The purpose of this lab was to investigate how gravity affects falling item
Tanner Rich, Stanley Archer, Donald French
University Physics 2 sec1
Thursday @ 2pm
Lab Began:9-24-15
Lab Due:10-1-15
Ohms Law and Circuit Resistance
Intro:
This experiments purpose is for the student
Tanner Rich, Stanley Archer, Donald French
University Physics 2 sec1
Thursday @ 2pm
9-10-15
Exploring the Behavior of Charges and Fields
Intro:
The purpose of this simulated lab was to the relationshi
Linear Fit for: Latestl Potential
Pot = mx+b
g , m (Slope): 8.828 VIA
a 0 0 ‘ b (Y-Intercept): 0.01632 V
E ‘ Correlation: 09999
9 — RMSE. 0.003732 v
8 -o.27
-o.4 r r r r r
0.1 0.3
(-00047,
University Physics II
Time
(seconds)
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1
average time
(s)
0.5
Distance (meters)
1.355
2.937
4.643
6.788
8.277
8.68
9.852
10.938
11.613
11.622
11.25
average distance
Tanner Rich, Stanley Archer, Donald French
University Physics 2 sec1
Thursday @ 2pm
9-3-15
Electrostatic Phenomena
Intro:
This labs purpose was to get us familiar with electricity and how it works. El
1. The electrical potential is its greatest closest to the test charge.
2. The electric potential magnitude is the same weather or not it is positive or negative, the only
difference is that the sign
Tanner Rich, Stanley Archer, Donald French
University Physics 2 sec1
Thursday @ 2pm
Lab Began:9-24-15
Lab Due:10-1-15
Ohms Law and Circuit Resistance
Intro:
This experiments purpose is for the student
Tanner Rich, Stanley Archer, Donald French
University Physics 2 sec1
Thursday @ 2pm
9-10-15
Exploring the Behavior of Charges and Fields
Intro:
The purpose of this simulated lab was to the relationshi
Tanner Rich, Stanley Archer, Donald French
University Physics II
Section 001
Thursday @ 2pm
9/24/15
Resistance and Multimeters
Introduction:
This lab was conducted at Arkansas State University Lab sci
Tanner Rich, Stanley Archer, Donald French
University Physics 2 sec1
Thursday @ 2pm
9-3-15
Electrostatic Phenomena
Intro:
The purpose of this simulated lab was to the relationship between charge and t
Tanner Rich
University Physics2 sec1
Thursday 8-27-15
Introduction to lab reports
Time (seconds) vs distance (meters) of a tossed ball
time (seconds) disntance (meters)
0
1.355
0.1
2.937
0.2
4.643
0.3
Tanner Rich, Stanley Archer, Donald French
University Physics II
Section 001
Thursday @ 2pm
10/29/15
Faradays Law
Introduction:
The purpose of this lab was for the students to get firsthand experience
Tanner Rich, Stanley Archer, Donald French
University Physics 2 sec1
Thursday @ 2pm
9-3-15
Electrostatic Phenomena
Intro:
This labs purpose was to get us familiar with electricity and how it works. El
Section 5.1 Areas and Distances
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Notes are in reference to Calculus: Early Transcendentals (7 Edition), James Stewart
The Area Problem
We begin by attempting to solve the area problem: Find the area
Section 5.2 The Definite Integral
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Notes are in reference to Calculus: Early Transcendentals (7 Edition), James Stewart
Suppose we had a curve of
( ) with
rectangles we use, then
. Let
subintervals
Section 4.1 Maximum and Minimum Values
Notes are in reference to Calculus: Early Transcendentals (7th Edition), James Stewart
Some of the most important applications of differential calculus are
optim
Section 4.8 Newtons Method
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Notes are in reference to Calculus: Early Transcendentals (7 Edition), James Stewart
The Newtons method can be used to approximate the solutions of ( )
intercepts) of a f
Section 4.9 Antiderivatives
Notes are in reference to Calculus: Early Transcendentals (7th Edition), James Stewart
Suppose a physicist who knows the velocity of a particle might wish to know
its posit
Section 4.9 Antiderivatives
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Notes are in reference to Calculus: Early Transcendentals (7 Edition), James Stewart
Suppose a physicist who knows the velocity of a particle might wish to know its posi
Section 4.7 Optimization Problems
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Notes are in reference to Calculus: Early Transcendentals (7 Edition), James Stewart
The methods we have learned in this chapter for finding extreme values have pr
Section 3.10 Linear Approximations and Differentials
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Notes are in reference to Calculus: Early Transcendentals (7 Edition), James Stewart
We have seen that a curve lies very close to its tangent li
Section 3.10 Linear Approximations and Differentials
Notes are in reference to Calculus: Early Transcendentals (7th Edition), James Stewart
We have seen that a curve lies very close to its tangent lin
Section 3.7 Rates of Change in the Natural and Social Sciences
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Notes are in reference to Calculus: Early Transcendentals (7 Edition), James Stewart
( ), then the derivative
We know that if
can be i