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PHYS 111N
Experiment P6: Friction
Submitted by: Robert Conn
Lab Partners: Not sure
Day, Date and Time of Lab: October 17, 2012, 1pm
Lab Instructor: Rajintha
INTRODUCTION
In this experiment we were trying to prove that friction is a
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Experiment P04: Projectile Motion
Submitted by: Robert Conn
Lab Partners: Not sure
Day, Date and Time of Lab: September 26, 1pm
Lab Instructor: Rajintha
INTRODUCTION
In this experiment, we tested the time of flight and in
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PHYS 111N
Experiment P05
Submitted by: Robert Conn
Lab Partners: Not Sure
Day, Date and Time of Lab: October 3rd
Lab Instructor: Rajintha
INTRODUCTION
The purpose of this experiment was to test or prove that when equal forces act
INTRODUCTION (10 pts)
The objective of this experiment was to get the students familiar with induced and transferred
charges and capacitors. In order to test the objectives of this experiment, the procedure was
divided into two parts. In the first part,
INTRODUCTION (10 pts)
The objective of this experiment is to investigate the principles regarding the reflection of light,
refraction of light and the dispersion of white light into elementary components as they relate to
the colors of objects. In order
INTRODUCTION (10 pts)
The objective of this experiment is to for the students to familiarize themselves with the
relationship between current, resistance, and voltage in Ohmic and non-Ohmic materials and
study Ohms Law. In order to fulfill these objectiv
INTRODUCTION (10 pts)
The objective of this experiment was for the students to familiarize themselves with Kirchhoffs
Rules and apply them to a variety of circuits. In order to obtain this objective, the students broke
this experiment into three parts; P
INTRODUCTION (10 pts)
The purpose of this experiment was to study the factors that the coefficient of kinetic friction
depends on. The factors that were tested in this experiment were, the mass of the block, the area
of contact between the surface and th
INTRODUCTION (10 pts)
The objective of this experiment was to investigate how the voltage across a capacitor varies as it
charges and to find the capacitive time constant. In order to fulfill the objectives of this
experiment, the students first set the
PHYSICS 1 1 1
FINAL EXAM
FALL 2002
55. A 2000 kg car starting from rest reaches a speed of 20 m/s in 8 5. What is the force
(assumed constant) that the engine exerts on the car? Assume negligible effects due to
friction.
A.1000N B.2000N C.3000N D.4000N
General Physics- Study Guide- Formulas for Final Exam
Use |g|=9.8 m/s2 unless otherwise stated in problem.
Some useful conversion factors:
1 inch = 2.54 cm
1 yd = 3 ft
Vectors: Ax = A cos;
Ay = A sin;
A + B = C Cx = Ax + Bx ,
1cm3 = 1mL
1ft = 12 inch
= t
PHYS111 Final Exam
May 4, 2015
7:00 PM 10:00 PM
Review topics:
Linear motiono Constant acceleration
o Solving a system of 2 equations (Two objects moving at different rates, finding when
they are at the same position)
Projectile motion
o An object moves i
PHYS111
Test 1
February 9, 2015
Name: _
UIN:_
Instructions: You have the entire class period to complete this test. All work must
be shown to receive full credit. Be sure to write down all equations used, and
include units in your answers. The point value
PHYS111
Practice Test 2
March 18, 2015
Name: _
UIN:_
Instructions: You have the entire class period to complete this test. All work must be shown to
receive full credit. Be sure to write down all equations
used, and include units in your answers.
1) Force
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Experiment PH04
Ohms Law
Kylie Schneider, Tyauna Eley, Chris Black, Todd Hull
09/27/15
EXPERIMENT PH04
Introduction:
In this experiment, we observed the differences between currents through
different types of resistors, and how eac
position & displacement vectors
Chapter 3
Motion in a Plane
(2D Motion)
the displacement vector
points from where the object
was to where it is now
2
In other words,
average velocity
position & displacement vectors - components
the average velocity vect
Notation
Vectors in Physics
A scalar is a number (usually with units). It can be
positive, negative, or zero.
e.g. Time:
100 s
A vector is a quantity which specifies magnitude and
direction.
Velocity:
4 m/s East
Acceleration: 10 m/s2 to the right
Vector q
statics
Example 1 - One dimensional equilibrium
Chapter 5: Applying Newtons Laws
A gymnast has just begun climbing up a rope hanging from a gym ceiling.
She stops, suspended from the lower end of the rope by her hands. Her
weight is 500 N, andthe weight o
PHYS111
Practice Test 3
April 22, 2015
Name: _
UIN:_
Instructions: You have the entire class period to complete this test. All work must be shown to
receive full credit. Be sure to write down all equations used, and include units in your answers.
1) Energ
PHYS111
Practice Test 3
April 22, 2015
Name: _
UIN:_
Instructions: You have the entire class period to complete this test. All work must be shown to
receive full credit. Be sure to write down all equations used, and include units in your answers.
1) Energ
PHYS111
Practice Test 2
March 18, 2015
Name: _
UIN:_
Instructions: You have the entire class period to complete this test. All work must be shown to
receive full credit. Be sure to write down all equations
used, and include units in your answers.
1) Force
INTRODUCTION (10 pts)
The objectives of this experiment were to investigate formation in plane and spherical mirrors
and to experiment with lenses to create image and object relationships. In order to fulfill these
objectives, the experiment was broken i
INTRODUCTION (10 pts)
The objectives for this experiment was to investigate how the strength of a magnetic field of a
permanent magnet changes with distance and to measure the magnetic field inside of a solenoid
and compare the magnetic field to the theo