Abstract
Jahnavi Desai
Physics 100A
Lab # 4
For this lab, our goal was to use motion detector to transform the stress originated on our
device and convert it to a unit of voltage that we can understand. By doing this we can control
the relationship of sta
Lab #10 Report
Abstract: The goal of this lab was to examine inertia and how mass and radius affects the size of
this force. In this lab we used a rotational apparatus which is made up of a rotating shaft with a
cross arm, weight, a pulley, and a string (
CECS 201
LAB 4:
4-to-1 Multiplexer with Spartan6 Board
Greg Dailey
013032329
March 19, 2015
Prof. Mary Kate
General Project Description:
Part A: In the first part of this lab, Part A, we were given the task of creating a module, called the 2_to_1
mux, whi
Lab #4 Report
Abstract: The overall goal of this lab was to show that without changing the mass of an object,
based on the objects surrounding, the velocity and momentum can be changed from a required
force causing a change in acceleration. In this lab we
Lab #6 Report
Abstract: The goal of our lab was to examine the change in momentum and kinetic energy after
a collision between two objects and to determine if momentum and kinetic energy were
conserved in the collision. In this lab we studied the differen
Lab #11 Report
Abstract: The goal of this lab was to examine the period of an oscillating object and what
things can affect and/or change the period of our oscillating system. In this lab we attached
varying masses to the bottom of a hanging spring. The s
Abstract: The goal of our lab was to examine the uncertainty range of our data and show that
with more data and more collaboration, the mean value of the data points will become closer to
the true value while the uncertainty range of the data, while it be
Lab #2 Report
Abstract: The goal of our lab was to use three forces, obtained by the mass of three objects, to
create a state of equilibrium for a ring. If the three forces together made equilibrium for the ring,
then the ring should have been perfectly c
Lab #3 Report
Abstract: The overall goal of this lab was to better familiarize ourselves with four ideas
connected to motion; location, displacement, velocity, and acceleration. In this lab we used a
motion sensor that was connected to a computer running
Lab #9 Report
Abstract: The goal of this lab was to examine inertia and how mass and radius affects the size of
this force. In this lab we used a rotational apparatus which is made up of a rotating shaft with a
cross arm, weight, a pulley, and a string (d
Lab #9 Report
Abstract: The goal of our lab was to examine centripetal forces, what affects this force, and how
it affects it. In this lab we studied the centripetal force with the help of a centripetal force
apparatus. The centripetal force apparatus use
MOTION: GRAVtTATIONAL ACCELERATION Session 4-22
Before you ieave the laboratory, have the instructor check your data and initial your cover sheet.
Your report wiii consist of the Data Sheets pius answers to questions handed out in the lab.
PHYSICS LABORAT
Accelerations and its Cause: Describing an Objects Change in Motion and Change in Momentum
Intro:
To describe a change, an important description is the initial state of the object or system. If
objects are left to themselves all moving objects on earth ap
Body:
In this experiment, we learned about the rotational motion centripetal force. We then set up the
centripetal force apparatus. Positioning the rotating mass so that with the spring removed the tip is
located vertically over the indicator rod. The rad
MATH 122: CALCULUS I
NAME:
MIDTERM III:VERSION 3
100 points
You are allowed 1.25 hrs to complete this exam. You must show all work to get credit. You may use a scientific or
graphing calculator, but may not use your cell phone for any reason at any time d
1) What conclusions can you reach from your data? Are they reasonable? Did you observe any
change in T when you varied M? Explain.
- Our data for the trials with only the bob shows an average centripetal force of 6.247, while
our trials with the bob plus
Intro:
In this experiment, we learned about the spring mass system: standard model of SHM. In physical
systems, a process of isolating variables is possible if we can identify a variable and isolate its effect on
the period, we are able to describe and pr
Intro:
In this experiment we will be using the Sargent Welch Centripetal Force Apparatus. In this experiment,
two identical masses will be placed symmetrically along a rod mounted perpendicularly on another rod
that acts as an axis of rotation. A string w
ADD THE FORMULAS
Intro:
In this experiment we will study a simple dynamic process a collision. The experiments we will conduct
consists of a metal tracks with stopping bumper attached to one end, and two carts and photo-gate with
a timer. The collision i
2.3 Calculating Limits
In this section, we use the following properties of limits and theorems to calculate
limits.
Properties of Limits: Suppose that c is a constant and the limits
lim f ( x) and lim g ( x) exist.
x
a
x
a
Then
1. lim[ f ( x) g ( x)] lim
Here the vectors a = h4 0, 0 4, 4 4i = h4, 4, 0i and b = h4 0, 4 4, 0 4i =
h4, 0, 4i lie in the plane, so a b is a normal vector to the plane. Thus, we
can take n = a b = h16 0, 0 + 16, 0 + 16i = h16, 16, 16i. If P0 is the point
(0, 4, 4) , an equation of
|v(0)| = 150 m/ s and since the angle of elevation
is 60 , the direc
tion of the velocity
is (cos 60 )i + (sin 60 )j = 12 i + 23 j . Thus v(0) =
150 12 i + 23 j = 75i + 75 3j and if we set up the axes so the projectile
starts at the origin, then r(0) =
If we first find two nonparallel vectors in the plane, their cross product will
be a normal vector to the plane. Since the given line lies in the plane, its
direction vector a = h5, 1, 1i is one vector in the plane. We can verify
that the given point (3,