Physics 161
Pendulum
Introduction
This experiment is designed to study the motion of a pendulum consisting of a rod and a
mass attached to it. Using a rotary motion sensor, you will study the oscillat
Physics 161
FREE FALL
Introduction
This is a continuation of your previous Free Fall lab. You may use your data collected
previously, or you can collect new data. This time the focus will be on collec
Physics 161
Moment of Inertia
Introduction
In this experiment we will study the effect of a constant torque on a
symmetrical body. In Part I you will determine the angular acceleration of a disk
when
Physics 161
Newtons Laws II
Introduction
In this laboratory you will explore a few aspects of Newton's Second Law using Capstone and the
Dynamics Track. In Part I, you will use hanging weights to acce
Physics 161
Conservation of Linear Momentum
Introduction
In this lab, you will be observing the conservation of momentum under three different conditions. In Part I, you
will observe the elastic colli
Physics 161 Section: _
Projectile Motion
Introduction
Previously, you studied motion in one-dimension by analyzing the vertical motion of a bouncing ball.
Now you will examine both vertical and horizo
Physics 161
FREE FALL
Introduction
This is a continuation of your previous Free Fall lab. You may use your data collected
previously, or you can collect new data. This time the focus will be on collec
Physics 161
Vectors & Newton's Laws I
Introduction
In this laboratory you will explore a few aspects of Newtons Laws using a force table in Part I and in Part II,
force sensors and Capstone. By establ
Physics 161
Measurement Uncertainties
Introduction
We all intuitively know that no experimental measurement can be perfect. It is
possible to make this idea quantitative. It can be stated this way: th
PHYS161-Spring 2016
Error Propagation Practice Problems
J.Lee
1. For a given set of input values, x = 2.3 cm 0.3 cm and y = 1.3 cm 0.1 cm, find z and z for the following functions:
(a) z = x + y
(b) z
Learners Guide 6: Budgeting 1
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Learners Guide to Introductory Managerial Accounting
By
Mike Stein, Professor of Accounting
Old Dominion University
August 2017
Topics
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Measurement Uncertainties
Introduction
We all intuitively know that no experimental measurement can be perfect. It is possible to
make this idea quantitative. It can be stated this way: the r