Getting Ready for Draft Day:
A Lab on Measurements and Unit Conversions
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Part I. Measuring Weight
Use a scale to measure your weight in pounds. Record the value in the table below.
Convert your weight to stones (st.). [1 st. = 14 lbs.]. Reco

HOLMES COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Fall 2016
PHY 2244
Physical Science Survey I
4 Credit Hours
Instructor Information
Instructor: Sarah Francis
Phone: (601) 826 2963 (call, voicemail, or text)
E-mail Address: sfrancis@holmescc.edu
E-mails will be responded to withi

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Work and Power
9/18/16
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OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to define the terms work and power, recognize the units of
work and power, calculate the work done and power generated when climbing a
flight of stairs, calculate the change in gravita

Name:_
Work and Power
Date:_
OBJECTIVES:
Students will be able to define the terms work and power, recognize the units of
work and power, calculate the work done and power generated when climbing a
flight of stairs, calculate the change in gravitational p

Graphing and Units of Measurement
The purpose of this laboratory activity is to introduce the student to graphing to plot and analyze data
and to familiarize the student with the metric system and the concepts of powers-of- ten notation, and
conversions.

Exploring Newtons Second Law Using a Simulation
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Background:
Newtons Second Law states that when a force acts upon an object, it will cause the object to accelerate.
The greater the force the greater the acceleration.
The simulation, Forces 1-D, al

Test A
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TEST 2: PHYSICS 103
ASSUME g=10 m/s2 FOR ALL PROBLEMS
Ahriel drives her 1000 kg car travels around a flat circular path of radius 20 m at
constant speed. If the maximum frictional force between the road and the tires is
80,000 N, which of the fo