Dennis Wu
Xin Xin Xu
10-29
P6
Spring lab 1
Objective: 1.To verify Hookes Law
2. To calculate spring constant k for a given spring
3. To compare value of K by simple harmonic motion formula
Materials: Spring, weights, pan, measuring device, stop watch
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Does Salt or Sugar Effect Bubbles?
Vibratory Motion of a Spring Data and Graphs
Part 1
For c e ( N)
Applied
Elongation x Elongation x Average x K= F/x
Mass m (kg) force (N)
loading (m) Unloading (m) elongation (N/m)
0.02
0.196
0.008
0.007
0.0075 26.13333
0.04
0.392
0.026
0.025
0.0255 15.37
Vibratory Motion of a Spring Data and Graphs
Part 1
Applied
Elongation x Elongation x Average x K= F/x
Mass m (kg) force (N)
loading (m) Unloading (m) elongation (N/m)
0.045
0.085
0.006
0.006
0.006 14.16667
0.065
0.105
0.022
0.022
0.022 4.772727
0.441
0.8
Vibratory Motion of a Spring Data and Graphs
Part 1
Applied
Elongation x Elongation x Average x K= F/x
Mass m (kg) force (N)
loading (m) Unloading (m) elongation (N/m)
0.417
0.4083
0.006
0.006
0.006
68.05
0.617
0.6043
0.022
0.022
0.022 27.46818
0.0817
0.8
Vibratory Motion of a Spring Lab
Objective: To explore and prove Hooke's law by calculating spring constant k for the
given spring. Also to compare the value of k by the simple harmonic equation t= 2pi sqr
root (m/k).
Materials: Hooke's law apparatus. fou
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Lab 11: Constant Mass, Changing Force
Objective: Investigate how increasing the applied force affects the acceleration of a system.
Prove Newtons second law.
Materials: Dynamics cart, various masses, string
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Objective: Mainly to define elastic collisions and recognize momentum is a vector quantity
while kinetic energy is scalar. We evaluate elastic collisions between bodies of equal masses
and recognize that for both head-on collisions
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"Nudge", a New York times bestseller, had one important objective
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Vibratory motion of a spring Lab
Objective: To explore and prove Hooke's law by calculating spring constant k for the
given spring. Also to compare the value of k by the simple harmonic equation t= 2pi sqr
root (m/k).
Materials
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Physics: Five Demos
1. Table Cloth + egg, Table Cloth + dishes: This demonstration was the first and
simplest one. It shows newtons first law of physics that in the absence of force, a
body either is at rest or moves in a straight line with constant speed
Lab 10: Constant Force and Changing Mass
Objective: This experiment was designed to investigate how decreasing the mass affects the
acceleration of a system. Prove Newtons second law.
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