Kinematics ReKaps
Kinematics equations to remember are ->
VAT: vf=vi+at
VAX: v2=vi2+2ax
TAX: x=vit+0.5a(t2)
If you have uniform acceleration, you can also use the fourth kinematic equation:
x = (Vi + Vf) * t.
Newtonian Mechanics ReKaps (NEWREKAP)
The unit
By: Schyler Kidd
Physics 201 Lab
4/19/11
Vibrating String
PASCO vibrator
Ring stand
Clamps
Pulley
Two strings
Weights
Balance scale
Meter stick
Weight Hanger
Procedure
Measure length and mass of one string; calculate linear
density (mass/length)
Schyler Kidd and Kimberly White
Free Fall Experiment 1
Physics 201 L Tuesday at 12:30
January 31rst, 2011
ABSTRACT
In this laboratory experiment, we observed the free fall of two balls that had different
masses. In addition, we observed free fall using a
Physics 201 Lab
Archimedes Principle
3/22/11
Schyler Kidd
Brook Strickland
Kinsey Rhoad
Kimberly White
Abstract
The objective of this experiment was to determine the densities of irregularly shaped
objects using Archimedes principle. We did this by using
A Simple Pendelum
Lab Report 3
Physics 201
Schyler Kidd
Kimberly White
Brook Strickland
Abstract
This experiment shows the relationship between the period and the length of a simple
pendulum. Galileo was the first scientist to do experiments with the pend
Lab report- Uniform Circular Motion
3/28/11
Physics 201 Lab
Kimberly White, Brook Strickland, Schyler Kidd and
Abstract
Our aim was to discover the relationship between force and acceleration of an object. We did
this by having different radiuss which req
Charles Potts 11921829
Uniform Circular Motion (5)
Physics 201 Tuesday 4:25-6:25
10/27/2015
Abstract:
We used the seconds to complete a rotation, the circumference of the spin, and the mass
of the bod to calculate the force used.
Intro
If you went on a ri
Force Table
February 3rd, 2016
Physics 201 Lab Wednesday 5:50pm
Abstract
The purpose of the force table lab was to demonstrate vector addition by comparing the
calculated results of a particular set of vectors with the experimental construction. We
experi
Charles Potts 11921829
Conservation of linear motion (3)
Physics 201 Tuesday 4:25-6:25
11/03/2015
Abstract:
The experiment illustrates newtons conservation of energy theory. The unit we used
were seconds, newtons, and grams
Intro
This experiment uses the
Lab #1: Free Fall
Physics 201L Wednesday 5:50pm
January 27, 2016
Abstract
The free fall lab is showing us the comparison of two different methods of measuring the
acceleration due to the gravity on Earth. By measuring the acceleration due to gravity, the
Physics Lab Report- Newtons Second Law
2/27/11
Physics 201
Kimberly White, Schyler Kidd, and Brook Strickland
Abstract
In this lab, our objective was to determine the coefficient of friction for a friction cart as a
function of its mass and compare it wit
Word Problems
1B
STOP:
THINK:
PREDICT:
MATCH:
Acceleration as number with direction
Travelling north at vi = 25 m/s, vf = 0 m/s, t = 10 s, a = ?
Decellerating, so moving south. Use VAT to solve a. A = 2.5 m/s
B
2B
STOP:
Time in seconds
THINK:
vo = 10 m/s,
Power, no matter what form of it we are talking about, is always just equivalent to
the energy change / time. The unit for power is the Watt; you can get that from
the equation:
P = Energy / time = J / s = W.
While all collisions conserve momentum, only e
Rotational Equilibrium ReKaps
You can maximize torque by applying force at 90 degrees to rotating arm, as
sin(90)=1, and, thus, when the Fapplied is perpendicular to the moment arm, r, = rF.
With torques, counterclockwise is defined as positive, clockwise
Newtons Second Law
February 24, 2016
Wednesday Lab 5:50pm-7:50pm
Abstract
The purpose of this experiment was to investigate the relationship between the
acceleration of objects of different masses. We verified Newtons Second Law for onedimensional motion