Lab 3 Measuring Acceleration
If a car has an acceleration a, and if it starts from rest and covers a distance x in
a time interval t, then the acceleration of the car can be calculated as:
We will allow a car to run from rest
Lab 5 Measuring Work and Power
1. Define work. What is its unit?
The measure of change produced by force. Work is done when a force
produces motion and its unit s the newton meter (Nm) also called a Joule (J)
2. Define power. What
Lab 6 Electricity Bill Worksheet
Your name_Erin Petrucellir_
Make a list of the appliances you have at home and their power ratings. Some
common appliances and their power ratings are given below.
Refrigerator 800 W; water heater 3 kW; elec
Lab 8 Study of Waves Worksheet
Your nameErin Petrucelli.
What do you understand by a wave motion?
_ Wave motion energy from one place to another without actually moving
any matter. _
Define frequency of a wave.
_ equals the distance between two succ
Module 2 Assignment
1. Describe the different types of alternative sources of energy and explain why
it is important for us to develop and use more of these resources.
According to wikapedia.com:
Wind Energy is a highly evolved version of a windmill. Mod
Module 5 Assignments
Distinguish between a chemical change and a physical change. Illustrate each
using several examples.
Physical change: cutting paper, chopping an ice cube, condensation,
evaporation, breaking a ruler
Chemical change: oxidation, gas
Module 2 Assignment
Describe the different types of alternative sources of energy and explain why it is
important for us to develop and use more of these resources.
What are the different phases of matter? Explain the differences using the concept
Lab 12 Measuring Background Radiation
The background radiation in the lab was measured each minute for 42 minutes and the
results are given below.
17, 11, 12, 22, 21, 7, 12, 16,17,15, 15, 8, 15, 9, 17, 12, 13, 23, 16, 15, 16, 20, 11,
Lab 11 Measuring focal length of a converging lens
A parallel beam of light coming from an
object, after passing through a converging
lens, will meet at a point on the other side of
the lens. At the point where these rays meet a
Lab 10 Measuring refractive Index of Glass
The following diagrams represent the path of a ray of light entering from air into glass for
different angles of incidence.
Measure distances AC and
Lab 7 Testing Conservation of Energy
Write a statement of the conservation of energy.
Watch the experiment in the lecture and record all the values
Mass of the bob = _kg
Diameter of the bob = _m
For each height va
Lab 1 Slope of a Graph
V Chaston Carter
The mass and volumes of five pieces of copper are measured and are given in the
Draw a graph of mass (M) on the vertical axis and volu