Tenzin Dickyi
1. If I give you two forces with magnitudes of 15 N each, what is the maximum resultant
vector (magnitude) that you can get using only these two forces? What is the minimum
magnitude?
30 N maximum
0 N minimum
2. There are weight forces assoc
Postlab 1
Table: 4 Lab time: M 46 Name: Amie Tran
Postlab and lab report are to be completed individually.
1.
Why might the apparent diameter (measured from the recorded video) be significantly
larger than the actual diameter?
A: Human error and the reso
Postlab 6
Table:_ Lab time:_ Name:_
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1
What would have happened to our graphs in this lab if we had a heavier bar?
1
2
What would happen to our measurements (Ftension) from this lab if we put the for
Postlab 10
Table:_9_ Lab time:_1012_ Name:_Tom Smith_
Postlab and lab report are to be completed individually.
1
Given a string in a standing wave system with a fundamental frequency
f1
, what would the new
fundamental frequency be if you:
a
Pulled the s
Postlab 5
Table:_9_ Lab time:_1012_ Name:_Tom Smith_
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1
What fraction of energy will be lost when a moving cart of mass m
inelastically collides with a stationary cart of mass 2 m ?
Using the equati
Postlab 8
Table:_9_ Lab time:_1012_ Name:_Tom Smith_
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1
Why does a metal boat float? Metal has a higher density than water. (In terms of this lab)
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2
The boats mass is spread out over a large volum
Postlab 7
Table:_9_ Lab time:_1012_ Name:_Tom Smith_
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1
What was the slope and intercept of our final graph supposed to be? That's the
I
2
vs. r graph.
Don't write numbers, just names.
1
2
The slope
Postlab 9
Table:_9_ Lab time:_1012_ Name:_Tom Smith_
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1
2
How long would you expect the pendulum to be in a grandfather clock? Each half period, the second
hand moves forward one second.
1
L= (T/2pi
Postlab 3
Table:
Lab time:
Name:
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1.
In the lab we were concerned with obtaining the acceleration of the cart in various setups. What were we interested in finding when we did the Push on Flat Track?
Postlab 2
Table:_ Lab time:_ Name:_
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1.
Compare the two methods of adding vectors (algebraic and geometric). Make sure you
discuss major benefits as well as major problems with each.
2.
In the lab we
Postlab 1
Table:
Lab time:
Name:
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1.
What was our goal for each of these two experiments?
2.
Was your value for different from the accepted value? If so, was it larger in
magnitude or smaller? What c
Quiz 6
1. What are the conditions for rigid body equilibrium? Use concise language or
equations.
2. Why can't you open a door by pushing on its hinged side?
A. The lever arm is zero.
B. the torque is ze
Quiz 9
1.
(3) A mass M hangs in equilibrium on a spring. Then M is made to oscillate
about the equilibrium position. The time for M to travel back from the
maximum displacement point to the equilibrium position for
Prelab 3
1. In what direction does the force of friction act on my car when Im driving north?
a. South, opposite of the direction of motion.
2. If you rolled a ball down a surface with a NEGATIVE coefficient of friction, what would
happen? (Remember that
Postlab 4
Table:_9_ Lab time:_1012_ Name:_Tom Smith_
Postlab and lab report are to be completed individually.
1
Why might there be a slight downslope in in the total energy instead of a flat constant?
1
2
This is due to the magnitude of Potential Energy
Postlab 11
Table:_9_ Lab time:_1012_ Name:_Tom Smith_
Postlab and lab report are to be completed individually.
1
2
Given a liter of water just at boiling, how much energy does it take to boil it all?
1
Q=MC(Change in)T
2
Mass*Temperature Change*Specific
Tenzin Dickyi
PHY 102M
Post Lab 1
1/28/13
Post Lab 1:
1. After you obtained the vt graph and the yt graph for the first experiment, which one has
a constant slope? What physical quantity is that slope almost equal to? This was
something that the great
Lab 2: Newtons Law
1. If I give you two forces with magnitudes of 15 N each, what is the maximum resultant vector
(magnitude) that you can get using only these two forces? What is the minimum magnitude?
2. There are weight forces associated with the hang
Tenzin Dickyi
PHY 102M
Pre Lab 2
2/2/13
Pre lab 2
1. Suppose I have three vectors of equal length, one pointing in 180, one in 270 and one in
0. If I add all three vectors together, what is the direction and the length of the addition
of the vectors? Sho
Prelab 2

1. Suppose I have three vectors of equal length, one pointing in 180, one in 270 and one in
0. If I add all three vectors together, what is the direction and the length of the addition
of the vectors? Show your work.
2. If I am 63Kg on Earth (s
Prelab 3
1. Draw the free body diagram for a simple Atwood machine and label the forces (consider two different mass
of m1 and m2)
2. Apply Newton second law for the masses, separately. Write dawn the equations for the masses and derive
the acceleration
Dataset 2
Position (y) vs Time
0.18
0.16
Position (y)
0.14
0.12
0.1
0.08
y = 5.4479x2 + 1.6455x + 0.0344
R = 0.99866
0.06
0.04
0.02
0
0
0.05
0.1
0.15
0.2
0.25
0.3
0.35
Time (s)
y = 0.2459x + 0.0354
R = 0.99152
Position (x) vs Time
0.12
Position (x)
0.1