R vs. sin(2theta)
3.10
2.90
2.70
f(x) = 3.3422242017x - 0.4569493027
f(x) = 2.998018962x - 0.1746519926
f(x) = 2.6538137222x + 0.1076453174
2.50
R vs. sin(2theta)
Linear (R vs. sin(2theta)
2.30
R steep
Linear (R steep)
R shallow
2.10
Linear (R shallow)
1.

PHYS 163
Addition and Resolution of Vectors
DATA
Force Table
A
B
C
E
E
R
Mass (g)
55
155
75
182
315
182
135
units
0.55
1.55
0.75
1.82
5
1.82
5
g
g
g
g
deg
g
deg
Graphical
Length Scale =
Measurement
Length =
g/cm
units
cm
deg
PHYS 163
Addition and Resoluti

Professor Abi-Salloum
PHYS 163 C
Samantha Eigenbrot
4/08/14
Experiment #10
The Torsion Pendulum
Ally Horvath
Introduction
Goals:
The goal of this experiment was to compare experimentally found moments of
inertia of several different bodies with their corr

Professor Abi-Salloum
PHYS 163 C
Samantha Eigenbrot
3/25/14
Experiment #9
The Damped Pendulum
Ally Horvath
Introduction
Goals:
The goal of this experiment was to study the effects of air friction and to determine
how the damping of a characteristic observ

Professor Abi-Salloum
PHYS Lab 163-C
Samantha Eigenbrot
11 February 2014
Experiment #3:
Graphing and Graphical Analysis
Ally Horvath
Jeremy Wong
Introduction
Goals:
The goals of this project included the following: To learn how to successfully graph
using

Professor Abi-Salloum
PHYS 163 C
Samantha Eigenbrot
March 11, 2013
Experiment #8
Collisions
Alexandra Horvath
Jeremy Wong
Introduction
Goals:
The purpose of this lab was to observe three different kinds of collisions using a low
friction track. We were to

Professor Abi-Salloum
PHYS 163 C
Samantha Eigenbrot
2/4/14
Experiment #5
Addition and Resolution of Vectors
Ally Horvath
Jeremy Wong
Introduction
Goals:
The goal of this experiment was to learn about vectors. Specifically, vector
characteristics and the u

Experiment #2: Error Analysis
Goals:
To become familiar with three different measuring tools (a ruler, a caliper, and a
micrometer). We were then to use these tools to measure the length, width, and
thickness of an object. After the measurements were made

Experiment #1: Measurement
Goals
The goal of this experiment was to familiarize oneself with a physics lab by
completing three exercises in excel. Several key aspects of a physics lab include
learning how to write experimental numbers, how to determine re

Experiment #1: Measurement
Introduction
Goals:
The goal of this experiment was to familiarize oneself with a physics lab by
completing three exercises in excel. Several key aspects of a physics lab include
learning how to write experimental numbers, how t

PHYS 163
Lab #7 Projectile Motion
DATA
Distances should be recorded in meters
Part I. Spring Gun on Table (Procedure Parts 1, 2, 3)
ybt = vertical distance from bottom of ball to tabletop
ytf = vertical distance from tabletop to floor
yfs = vertical dista

R vs. sin(2theta)
3.10
2.90
2.70
f(x) = 3.3422242017x - 0.4569493027
f(x) = 2.998018962x - 0.1746519926
f(x) = 2.6538137222x + 0.1076453174
2.50
R vs. sin(2theta)
Linear (R vs. sin(2theta)
2.30
R steep
Linear (R steep)
R shallow
2.10
Linear (R shallow)
1.