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Purpose:
To measure the rotational inertia of a disk and a ring using a rotary motion
sensor to measure the rotation of each object as the object undergoes a
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Measurement and Uncertainty Lab Report
Purposes:
(i) To help students become familiar with various measuring devices
(ii) To introduce methods for handling uncertainty and error analysis
(iii) To give
Projectile Motion Change Initial Speed
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speed when a launcher is aimed horizontally
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Stair Power
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To determine the work done and energy required to move objects and the
relationship between energy and power
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Work on the Bench Top
Purpose:
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(static and kinetic).
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Force Table Lab (Working with Vectors)
Purpose:
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subtraction
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Conservation of Momentum and Energy
Purpose:
To study inelastic collisions by using a ballistic pendulum
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Chapter 3 Written Homework Problem:
A movie stuntman is to run across and directly off a rooftop, to land on the roof of the
next building (as in the figure). Can he land there if he runs at 4
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kg
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newtons
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Run #
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Dragging (faster speed)
Dragging (fastest speed)
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PHYS40
Fall 2015
Energy Conservation
Introduction
In this lab we will observe the conversion of potential to kinetic energy. We know that
energy is conserved, so we must account for all the
Lab Assignment 10
Sections 15.5, 15.7, 15.8
Name: _
Date: _
Math 70
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function .
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Los Medanos College
PHYS40: Physics for Scientists and Engineers
Section 0606
Fall 2015
4 Units
Syllabus
WF Lecture 8:009:50am
M Lab 8:0010:50am
Course:
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9) A crate of mass 10.0 kg is puiled up a rough incline with an initial speed of 1.50 mls. The pulling
force is 100 N parallel to the incline, which makes an angle of 200° with the horizontal. The
Practice Exam #2
Example Concept Questions (there will be more than 5 on the actual exam):
Phys40
Fall 2015
1. A swimmer moves through the water at an average speed of 0.25 m/s. The average drag
forc
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f U 0. During the construction process, a bolt drops off from the Bay Bridge, falling 90m to
the water below.
a. In how much time does it pass through the last
Phys40
Fall 2015
Practice Exam #1
Example Concept Questions (there will be more than 5 on the actual exam):
1.
The asteroid that is thought to be responsible for the extinction of many species (inclu