Matt Darling
Partner: Muhammad Amjad
TA: Getts
Lab section: 3
11/11/13
Rotational Motion Formal Lab
The motivation for this experiment was to explore the principles of rotational
motion and to discern through experimentation if the equations that predict
Physics 101, Fall 2016, Homework 6 Solutions
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Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 7 (more)
Chapter 8 (more)
Physics 101, Fall 2016, Homework 1 Solutions
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Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Mei-Ting Song
Zachary Butler
Physics 101L
Section 6
Uniform Circular Motion and Centripetal Force
In this lab we will be discussion when an object is traveling in a circular path at a
constant speed. This motion is called uniform circular motion. The form
Mei Song
Zachary Butler
Physics 101L
Section 6
Vector Prelab
Vectors are used frequently to describe and show forces, velocities, accelerations and electric
fields. It is a quantity describe by both magnitude and direction. Graphically a vector has a tail
Mei-Ting Song
Zachary Butler
Physics 101L
Section 6
Error Analysis Prelab
Most scientists use error analysis to find out whether or not their experiment is accurate,
precise and how variable their experiment is. The lab I am going to perform today will ex
Mei Song
Zachary Butler
Physics 101L
Section 6
Energy Prelab
The purpose of this lab is to discover and explore total energy, kinetic energy and
potential energy. Energy is a scalar quantity and comes in many different forms but we will
online look at two
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Mei Song
Zachary Butler
Physics 101L
Section 6
Momentum and Collisions Prelab
Momentum in physics is often shown using the symbol
p . It is defined as mass in motion and
depends upon two variables, mass and velocity. The formula to solve momentum is as fo
Mei Song
Zachary Butler
Physics 101L
Section 6
Wave Phenomena Prelab
The purpose of this lab is to explore wave phenomena using sound waves. There are two
types of waves; the first one is a transverse wave. It is a wave where the disturbance is
perpendicu
Mei Song
Zachary Butler
Physics 101L
Simple Harmonic Motion Prelab
In this lab we will explore simple harmonic motion, also shortened to SHM. A motion
that repeats itself over and over again is called a periodic motion. Examples include a pendulum,
a mass
Mei Song
Zachary Butler
Section 6
Newtons 2nd Law Prelab
Sir Issac Newton has three major laws of motion. In this lab we will be investigating
specifically his second one. The second law basically states that the net force is equal to mass
times accelerat
Mei Song
Lab Partners: Ryan Perry and Nick Robertson
Zachary Butler
Physics 101L
Section 6
10/1/2015
Kinematics Lab Report
Introduction
Kinematics is the study of the motion of bodies and objects without considering the
causes of the motion. The purpose o
Physics 101, Fall 2016, Homework 10 Solutions
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Chapter 11
Physics 101, Fall 2016, Homework 2 Solutions
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Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Matt Darling
Lab Partners:
TA: Kurtis Bartlett
Specific heat and Latent heat formal lab report
This lab is designed to explore the relationship between mechanical work and
heat. In an ideal situation with no heat lost to the environment every joule of wor
Matt Darling
TA: Darren Getts
101L-03
Kinematics Velocity and Acceleration
Throughout the lab the relationships between position, velocity, and acceleration
were explored. The purpose was to see first hand how these three quantities relate both
mathematic
Matt Darling
Getts
Chapter 8 pre lab
Lab 8 deals with the conservation of linear momentum and its applications to
collisions. Momentum (p) is equal to an objects mass times its velocity and is a vector
quantity. The total linear momentum of an isolated sy
Matt Darling
Getts
Section 3
Simple Harmonic Motion Pre-Lab
This lab is designed to explore simple harmonic motion. Simple harmonic motion is
defined as periodic motion that is occurring in a sinusoidal manner. Periodic motion is
any motion that occurs in
Matt Darling
1/11/2014
Mechanical Equivalence of Heat Prelab
The modern understanding of heat did not begin to unravel until the 1830s in
which James Joule demonstrated that heat was another form of energy instead of a fluidlike structure. Heat is traditi
Matt Darling
Gets
Chapter 11 Prelab
This lab is designed to explore the phenomena of sound wave, beats, and the
speed of sound. There are two types of waves, which are longitudinal and transverse.
Longitudinal waves are things such as sound waves and the
Physics 101, Fall 2016, Homework 3 Solutions
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Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Physics 101, Fall 2016, Homework 8 Solutions
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Chapter 9
Chapter 10
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Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Physics 101, Fall 2016, Homework 9 Solutions
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Chapter 10
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Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Physics 101, Fall 2016, Homework 4 Solutions
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Chapter 5
Mei-Ting Song
Lab Partner: Ryan Perry
Zachary Butler
Section 6
11/12/2015
Rotational Motion Lab Report
Introduction
The purpose of this lab is to study rotational motion in a closed system. Angular qualities
are used to describe rotational kinematics and