Ryanna Comelli
Partner: Khalid Hamid
05/24/2016
TA: Avik Biswas
Lab Report #3
Newtons Second Law
Objective:
The purpose of this experiment is to observe several effects related to Newtons
second law in context of 1-dimensional motion with Constant force,
Lab No: 02
Projectile Motion & Conservation of Energy
Objective: Using kinematics and conservation of energy, projectile motion will be analyzed.
Apparatus: Lab pro, Lab pro Software, two photogates, projectile launcher, loading rod, plumb
bob, meter stic
Lab 6: Conservation of Energy
Yamela Duran, Esther Song, Kristenn Brooke, Joanne Li
Introduction:
The principle of conservation of mechanical energy states that when only
conservative forces are doing work, the total mechanical energy (kinetic + potential
Lab No: 02
Projectile Motion & Conservation of Energy
Objective: Using kinematics and conservation of energy, projectile motion will be analyzed.
Apparatus: Lab pro, Lab pro Software, two photogates, projectile launcher, loading rod, plumb
bob, meter stic
Ryanna Comelli
TA: Avik Biswas
Report Due: 05/19/16
Lab Report #2
Motion in Two Dimensions
Objective
The objective of this experiment is to analyze projectile motion using kinematic and their
respective equations and also by using conservation of mechanic
Department of Physics
Temple University
General Physics I (A)
Physics 2021
Z.-E. Meziani
Second Midterm
Tuesday November 16, 2010
Problem # 1 (4pts)
1. What is the angular momentum of a gure skating spinning (with arms close to her body) at
4.0 rev/s, ass
Lab No: 09
Simple Harmonic Motion and Spring Constant
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this lab was to measure k for the spring and make a comparison
between the theoretical and experimental value of time period for the mass-spring system.
APPARTUS: coil spring,
Physics 2021 Practice Exam 1
Last Name:
First Name
TUid:
Section
Any vector can be written in the form A = Ax + Ay = Ax + Ay
i
j
1
What is the angle between its vector components, Ax = Ax and Ay = Ay
i
j?
and are always at 90 degrees.
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Consider a pa
Syllabus for Physics 2021, Fall 2014
Instructor:
Oce:
Phone / email:
Oce Hours:
1
Prof. Michael Paolone
BA 405A (door on left), Barton Hall or SERC 470 (when it opens)
215-204-5080 / michael.paolone@temple.edu
M & T 12:30pm-2:00pm
Course Description
This
Physics 2021 Practice Exam 1
Last Name:
First Name
TUid:
Section
Any vector can be written in the form A = Ax + Ay = Ax + Ay
i
j
1
What is the angle between its vector components, Ax = Ax and Ay = Ay
i
j?
A: 180 degrees
C: tan1 (Ay /Ax )
B: 90 degrees
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Lab 5: Conservation of Energy: Potential and Kinetic Energy
Introduction:
The purpose of the first part of the experiment was to produce an experiment to study the conversion of
kinetic energy of a ball into potential energy. We also used an experiment to
Physics 2021 Practice Exam 2
Last Name:
First Name
TUid:
Section
Consider a ball with a mass of 5.0 kg starting at a height of 42.0 m and thrown with an initial
momentum of p = (3.0 + 2.0 kg m/s.
i
j)
1
How much potential energy does the ball start with?
Lab No: 04
Coefficient of Friction & Drag Force
10/9/14
Objective: The primary purpose of this lab is to become better acquainted with the concepts of
kinetic friction and drag force.
Apparatus: wood blocks, adjustable inclined plane with pulley and protr
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Clearly number each solution and put a box
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Reduce your answers into a simplified form:
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Lab No: 05
Circular Motion
10/15/14
Objective: The primary purpose of this lab is to observe an object in uniform circular motion
and measure the period and of the object at different forces.
Apparatus: Circular Motion Apparatus, LoggerPro application, ph
Lab No: 06
Momentum Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
OBJECTIVE: The primary purpose of this lab is to investigate the concept of momentum by
analyzing both elastic and inelastic collisions
APPARTUS: air track, LabPro application, two gliders, air track pa
Lab 9: Archimedes' Principle
Introduction:
The purpose of this experiment was to solve for the buoyant force acting on a brass cylinder and a
wooden cylinder by using the equilibrium conditions. We also used Archimedes' principle to solve for
the density
Lab 8: Simple Harmonic Motion and Spring Constant
Introduction:
The purpose of this experiment is to find the spring constant k, from the graph of the simple harmonic
motion. The other purpose of the experiment was to find the experimental T value from ou
Lab 7: Torque in the Human Body
Introduction:
In this experiment, we used the principles of rotational equilibrium to study the torque in three types of
levers within the human body.
Procedure:
Part one:A meter stick was balanced on the fulcrum so that th
Department of Physics
Temple University
General Physics I (A)
Physics 2021
Z.-E. Meziani
Second Midterm Solution Set
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Problem # 1 (4pts)
1. What is the angular momentum of a gure skating spinning (with arms close to her body) at
Lab No: 05
Circular Motion
10/15/14
Objective: The primary purpose of this lab is to observe an object in uniform circular motion
and measure the period and of the object at different forces.
Apparatus: Circular Motion Apparatus, LoggerPro application, ph
Lab No: 07
Archimedes Principle
OBJECTIVE: The primary purpose of this lab is to investigate Archimedes Principle by
analyzing the densities and specific gravities of different objects in air and in different fluids.
APPARTUS: spring balance, wooden cylin
Lab No: 03
The Physics Laboratory
OBJECTIVE: To apply Newtons Second Law to understand how forces cause objects to
accelerate.
APPARTUS: Lab pro, Lab pro Software, two photogates, air track, cart, flag, pulley, set of
masses, light nylon line, meter stick
Lab 11:Momentum of Inelastic and Elastic Collisions Using Carts
Introduction:
The purpose of experiment is to calculate the momentum and kinetic energy conserved by calculating
the values of momentum and kinetic energy both before and after the collision.
Lab No: 08
Oscillation The Pendulum
OBJECTIVE: The primary purpose of this lab was to measure the period of pendulums of
varying lengths, masses, and amplitudes and then to analyze how the period was affected by
changes in these properties.
APPARTUS: phot
Physics 2021 Practice Exam 2
Last Name:
First Name
TUid:
Section
Consider a ball with a mass of 5.0 kg starting at a height of 42.0 m and thrown with an initial
momentum of p = (3.0 + 2.0 kg m/s.
i
j)
1
How much potential energy does the ball start with?
Department of Physics
Temple University
General Physics I (A)
Physics 2021
Z.-E. Meziani
Second Midterm Solution Set
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Problem # 1 (4pts)
1. What is the angular momentum of a gure skating spinning (with arms close to her body) at
Department of Physics
Temple University
General Physics I (D)
Physics 2021
Z.-E. Meziani
Second Midterm Solution Set
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Problem # 1 (5pts)
At time t = 0 a 2.0 kg object has a position vector r0 = (4.0 m) (2.0 m) relative to the ori