PHYS 1401 Module One Test
1. State how many significant figures are proper in the results of the following calculations:
(106.7) (90) (46.210) (1.01)
Answer: 1
2. State how many significant figures are proper in the results of the following calculations:
Module Two Exam
1. A spaceship is observed traveling in the positive x direction with a speed of 150 m/s when it
begins accelerating at a constant rate. The spaceship is observed 25 s later traveling with an
instantaneous velocity of 1500 m/s at an angle
Physics 1401
Formula Sheet Final
Chapter 2: One Dimensional Kinematics
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total distance traveled
total time
average speed
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PHYS 1401 Module Two Exam
1.
A spaceship is observed traveling in the positive x direction with a speed of 150 m/s when it begins
accelerating at a constant rate. The spaceship is observed 25 s later traveling with an instantaneous velocity
of 1500 m/s at
Title: Newtons Law of Motion: Observing and Confirming the Three Laws of Motion in
Action
Lab Partner(s): Kailey Peters, Stuart Clark
Date: March 12, 2016
Newtons Laws of Motion
Abstract:
These set of experiments aim to formulate the law of inertia, relat
College Physics I 1401 Spring Final (120 Minutes, 200 Points)
Instructor: Dr. Ping Lu
Student Name:_ Grade_
Notes: Please give me your all working on each question.
For instance: (15 points)
A grocery bagger pushes a 2.00 kg bag of potatoes in such a way
Experiment 7
Objective
The purpose of this experiment is to measure the initial velocity of a projectile in two independent ways: One
by treating it as a projectile moving according to the kinematic equations, and the other is by applying the
conservation
Experiment # 1:
Nabeel Javed
OBJECTIVE:
The purpose of the experiment was to understand how to compute the densities of the cylinders along
with the acceptable values. With that it also helped determining the mass of the given metal cylinders
and the diam
Experiment # 2:
Nabeel Javed
OBJECTIVE:
Calculate the coefficients of friction between a wooden block and a board as they slide relative
to each other.
EQUIPMENT:
This experiment includes all the apparatus that are needed for the measurement. Basic major
Experiment # 2:
Nabeel Javed
OBJECTIVE:
The purpose of the experiment was to understand how to use motion sensor, to measure the position as
movement is made. The objective is to make a movement in such a way that motion graph matches the
line that is alr
EXPERIMENT 6
OBJECTIVE
The purpose of this experiment is to apply the concept of the work and energy calculate the work done
by the force of friction between a car and a wooden board as they slide relative to each other at constant
velocity. We study it f
EXPERIMENT 6
OBJECTIVE
The purpose of this experiment is to apply the concept of the work and energy calculate the work done
by the force of friction between a car and a wooden board as they slide relative to each other at constant
velocity. We study it f
Nabeel Javed
EXPERIMENT 5
OBJECTIVE:
Calculate the coefficients of friction between a wooden block and a board as they slide relative to each other.
EQUIPMENT:
This experiment includes all the apparatus that are needed for the measurement. Basic major equ
NabeelJaved
EXPERIMENT4
OBJECTIVE:
Determine the acceleration due to gravity by measuring the time of fall of a picket fence
Materials:
Photogate/Pulley System (ME-6838),
Picket Fence (ME-9377A),
Universal Table Clamp (ME-9376)
Theory:
A freely falling ob