Lab 9: FLUID FORCES (Buoyancy, Density, & Bernoulli)
Purpose
In this activity, the force of buoyancy and material densities are explored using a variety of common
materials in uncommon and common shapes. Also, some aspects of fluid flow are demonstrated.
Physics 10164 Exam SB
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Physics 10164 Exam 3A
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(25 pts; Carbon-l4 has a half-life of 5700 years and mass of
approxima: ly l4 amu. A sample of wood contains 13 milligrams
of Carbon~;4.
a) What is the activity of this sample, in Caries?
b) How may? years will it take for the activity to fall to 1.3%
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Physics 10164 Exam 43
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Physics 10164 - Exam 3B
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Physics 10164 _ Exam 4A
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Lab 10: Oscillations
Purpose
The purpose of this activity is to demonstrate several oscillators and to quantitatively check our
theoretical models of them.
Equipment Provided
Required: (1) a set of harmonic springs, (2) a set of weights , (3) a stopwatch
Lab 7: Conservation of Momentum
Purpose
The purpose of this activity is to use low-friction cars to examine momentum and energy transfer during collisions.
Equipment Provided
Required: (1) 2 0.50 kg cars and track, (2) a 0.50 kg block, and (3) 2 photogate
Lab 8: Torque & Rotational Equilibrium
Purpose
In this activity, torque and rotational equilibrium are explored using an equal arm balance.
Equipment Provided
Required: (1) one equal-arm balance, (2) a set of masses
and 2 mass hangers, (3) thread, (4) a 5
Lab 3: The Motion of Projectiles
Purpose
The purpose of this activity is to determine the variation in the launch speed for projectiles at
different initial angles, by measuring and relating the range of a launched ball to the launch angle
and the initial
Lab 4: The Vector Addition of Mechanical Forces
Purpose
The purpose of this activity is to determine the sum of two vectors: in this case, mechanical forces.
Imagine a three-way TUG-OF-WAR: how large a third pulling force is needed to balance the other tw
Lab 6: Conservation of Energy
Purpose
The purpose of this activity is to use a pendulum to examine potential and kinetic energy and to
measure mechanical energy frictional loss.
Equipment Provided
Required: (1) cylindrical pendulum bob, (2) string, (3) ru
Lab 2: The Acceleration Due to Earth's Gravity (g)
Purpose
The goals of this activity are to (1) illustrate simple accelerated motion, (2) compare graphical representations
of this type of motion using charts of position versus time and velocity versus ti
Lab 5: Frictional Force
Purpose
The purpose of this activity is to measure frictional force coefficients for an object sliding
across a surface. Also, we explore and test the model (theory) of constant frictional coefficients.
Equipment Provided
Required:
Lab 11: Waves
The format of this lab differs significantly from the previous labs. The procedures and results questions
are all brought together in the Report section . Work through each and every question CAREFULLY.
Take the time to discuss each part wit
Physics 10164 - Exam 459
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Ph sics 10154 Exam a
l. (30 pts) A 15 gram bullet collides with a 420 gram pendulum
bob, initially at rest, hanging vertically from a 1.2 meter long
thin string. After the impact, the bullet deflects backwards with
a speed of 25 m/s, and the pendulum bo
Physics 10154 Exam Bb
1. (30 pts) A small puck slides across and has a speed of 12 m/s
just as it strikes a larger puck, initially at rest, with twice
the mass of the small puck. The collision is elastic. After the
collision, the larger puck slides 2.2