EXPERIMENT 3
PRE-LAB Instructions:
Print out these pages. Feel free to refer to the lab instructions and other materials, your physics
textbook, other students, etc. to help you to ponder, understand, and work out answers to the
following question(s). Sho
Experiment 3: The Measurement of Resistance
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Experiment 5: Resistors in Series and Parallel
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PHYS 1403 Lab 3 A4
A4 Measuring Angles in the Sky
1. The angular distance between Merak and Dubhe is:
5 22 25
2. The angular distance of Polaris from the zenith is approximately:
47
3. The Moons diameter is approximately:
30
4. The calculated diameter of
Fixed-Axis Rotation
Chapter 10
Rotational Motion about a Fixed-Axis
When we say rotational motion about a fixed axis we mean that all
points in the object move in circles such as a point in a rotating disk
and that the centers of these circles all lie on
Liner Momentum and collisions
Chapter 9
Liner Momentum
Momentum implies a tendency to continue on course or keep moving in
the same direction.
Liner momentum of an object is the product of its mass and velocity.
=
Momentum is a vector since velocity
Motion Along a Straight Line
Chapter 3
Kinematics
Kinematics is the study of motion without considering its causes.
In Kinematics motion is described through properties such as
position, time, velocity and acceleration.
Motion along a straight line is
Motion in Two an Three
Dimensions
Chapter 4
Two & Three-Dimensional Motion
Most motions in nature follow curved paths rather than straight lines.
Motion along curved path on a flat surface or plane such as that of a
ball on a pool table or a skater on an
Potential Energy and
Conservation of Energy
Chapter 8
Potential Energy
When you wind up a toy or an old-fashioned watch, you do work
against its spring and store energy in it. This stored energy is
recoverable as work, and it is useful to think of it as,
Work and Kinetic Energy
Chapter 7
Energy
We can loosely define energy as the ability to do work.
Energy plays an essential role both in everyday events and in scientific
phenomena. You can no doubt name many forms of energy, from that
provided by our fo
Newtons Laws of Motion
Chapter 5
Mechanics
Mechanics is the study of motion of objects and the related concepts of
force and energy.
Mechanics is divided into two parts.
1) Kinematics and
2) Dynamics.
Kinematics is the study how objects move without
Units and Measurement
Chapter 1
What is Physics?
Physics is the most basic branch of science that studies the
fundamental mechanisms that underline every natural phenomena
and deals with the behavior and structure of matter.
An understanding of the fund
Applications of Newton's
Laws
Chapter 6
Friction
Friction is a force that opposes relative motion between systems in
contact.
Friction is always parallel to the contact surface between systems and
always in a direction that opposes motion or attempted m
Vectors
Chapter 2
Vectors and Scalars
A quantity which has only magnitude is called a scalar quantity.
Examples of scalar quantities are mass, temperature and time.
A quantity which has both magnitude and direction is called a vector
quantity.
Example
Hw 1
Due 01/30/2016
1- Find the augmented
using row operations.
x y z
2x y z
3x
z
Be sure to show all steps
Students Name-
matrix for the system of the linear equation. Now solve the system
0
3
0
2- Solve the system by Gaussian elimination or by Gauss
1. Buick automobiles come in four models, 10 colors,
two engine sizes, and three transmission types.
a. How many distinct Buicks can be manufactured?
b. If one of the available colors is blue, how many different
blue Buicks can be manufactured?
2. How man
Experiment 6: The Oscilloscope
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9/30/2016
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Linear Fit
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Flow Charts, Algorithm,
Pseudo Code
Algorithm
A set of step-by-step instructions to
accomplish a task.
An algorithm must have start instruction
Each instruction must be precise.
Each instruction must be unambiguous.
Each instruction must be executed
ECS 3361
Social Issues & Ethics
in Computer Science
and Engineering
Virtue Ethics
J. C. Wilt, P.E.
10/09/20114
1
ECS 3361
2.10 Virtue Ethics
1-2
ECS 3361
Critique of Enlightenment Theories
Kantianism, utilitarianism, social contract
theory ignore importan
1
Partners: Jean Herbst - solution
Laboratory 1
Introduction to MARS and MIPS
Computer Science 240
NOTE: shaded sections of the exercises are questions which you must answer as part of your lab report.
In this lab, you will be introduced to the MARS progr
1-Let U R (the set of all real numbers) let n Z
7
following intervals.
i)
UA
i
=
ii)
i 1
I
and let A n 2n,3n .Determine the
Ai =
iii)
A3 VA4
i 1
U 1, 2,3, 4,5 A 1, 2,3 , B 2, 4,5 , C= 3, 4, 7 ,
2-
i Determine A B=
ii-B A=
iii-(A B) (B C )=
iv A B
v- Nuu
Exam
Name_
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers
the question.
1)
How many significant figures are in 0.00054?
1)
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A)
2
B)
3
C)
4
D)
5
E)
6
2)
How many significant figures are in 0.0067?
2)
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A)
1
B)
2
C
CSE P548
Sample Undergraduate Exam
Spring 2005
These are questions taken from exams I have given in CSE 378 in the past. I would like you to
answer them and hand in your solutions, so that both of us can gauge the level of your
background in computer arch
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Chicago
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Atlanta
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Computer architecture questions
These questions were collected from previous exams and tests, so you will find a
new set of processor specifications inserted at various locations: the questions
following use those processor specifications. You will also f
Gauss-Jordan Method
Math 2418 Panahi
x 3 y 2z 1
2x y z 2
xy z2
The Gauss-Jordan method is a systematic technique for applying
matrix row transformations in an attempt to reduce a matrix to
diagonal form, with 1s along the diagonal from which the solutions