Kevin Su
Feb 4th
Tuesday 2:00 to 5:00
Lab # 2 Free Fall acceleration
Introduction
In this experiment we found the free fall accelerations of each height that
we dropped the ball from. Also we calculat
CASE PROBLEM #1
In 1984, our friends Lloyd and Kathy contacted me and my wife Carolyn about investing in a
business venture being assembled by their friends Jo and Glen. Jo and Glen were residents of
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Lab: Tuesday 8 10
Experiment 10: Collision
Introduction
In this experiment we would find the elastic and inelastic collision between the objects
of the unequal mass.
Procedure
1.)
2.)
3.)
4.)
Bryan Spelhaug
Tues Lab 8:00am
Experiment XI: Specific Gravity and Buoyant Force
Date: 11/16/10
Objective: Law of buoyancy, discovered by Archimedes, which states that any object
that is completely or
Math 3323-Exam 1 Practice Problems
09/12/2006 10:38 PM
Math 3323-Fall 1999
Some old Exam 1 problems, for practice
Check back later for answers
1. Solve the first order linear initial value problem
2.
Bryan Spelhaug
Tues Lab 8:00am
Experiment X: Collisions
Date: 11/11/10
Objective: In this experiment we will investigate both elastic and inelastic collisions.
We will be testing both conservation of
Bryan Spelhaug
Tues Lab 8:00am
Experiment IX: Impulse and Change of Momentum
Date: 11/4/10
Objective: Momentum is defined as the product of an object's mass and velocity. The
formula for calculating m
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Tues Lab
Measurements and Error Analysis
Introduction
In this laboratory we learned how to set the measurements of the object, estimating the error
propagation, and precision vs. accuracy and
Math 3323-Answers to Practice Problems
09/12/2006 10:39 PM
Math 3323-Fall 1999
Answers to the Old Exam 1 Problems!
1. Solve the first order linear initial value problem
Answer:
General Solution:
2. So
Chapter 1. Introduction to Material
Science and Engineering
Material science involves investigating relationships
between the structures and properties of materials.
Materials engineering involves d
CHAPTER 2:
Atomic Structure & Interatomic Bonding
ISSUES TO ADDRESS.
What promotes atomic bonding?
What types of bonds are there?
What properties are inferred from bonding?
Why study Atomic Structu
CHAPTER 3: CRYSTAL
STRUCTURES & PROPERTIES
ISSUES TO ADDRESS.
How do atoms assemble into solid structures?
(for now, focus on metals)
How does the density of a material depend on
its structure?
Whe
Bryan Spelhaug
Tues Lab 8:00am
Experiment VIII: Centripetal Force
Date: 9/14/10
Objective: In this experiment, we will be investigating the effects of angular speed and
centripetal force on an object
Bryan Spelhaug
Tues Lab 8:00am
Experiment VII: Potential and Kinetic Energy
Date: 10/22/10
Objective: Energy in a system may take on various forms (e.g. kinetic, potential, heat,
light). The law of co
Kevin Su
Experiment 11: Specific Gravity and Buoyant Force
Introduction
In this experiment, I had to find out the buoyant force. Also we discover how the idea
of specific gravity.
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4
Bryan Spelhaug
Tuesday 8:00am
Experiment I: Measurements and Error Analysis
Date: 9/2/10
Objective: Some numerical statements are exact: Today is September 2nd 2010, or
2+2=4. However, all measurement
Bryan Spelhaug
Tues Lab 8:00am
Experiment II: Free Fall
Date: 9/14/10
2
tH(m)
(s2)
Fittedlineandcorrelationvalue
Objective: In this experiment, we will be investigating how gravity (in general, the
ea
Math 3323 Fall 2009
Exam 2 Review Problems from Old Exams
Answers Part 1
1. (a) Show that each function satisfies the differential equation and that
their Wronskian is not zero. In this case, the Wron
Bryan Spelhaug
Tues Lab 8:00am
Experiment III: Projectile Motion
Date: 9/23/10
Objective: Projectile motion refers to the motion of an object projected into the air at an
angle. In this experiment, we
Math 3323 Fall 2009
Exam 2 Review Problems from Old Exams
Answers Part 3
12. y = C1 x 3 + C2 x 3 ln x +
13
x (ln x )2 .
2
13. y = 2 sin t + e! t sin t .
14.
(a) y = !6 e!4 t + ( v0 ! 24 ) te!4 t
(b) v
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Tues Lab 8:00am
Experiment IV: Linear acceleration
Date: 9/28/10
Objective: To verify Newtons Second Law by investigation of acceleration as a function
of time. The linear acceleration