How Oscilloscope Probes Affect Your
Measurement
Application Note
Introduction
This application note describes how an oscilloscope probe changes the signal youre measuring at the test point and what
probing specifications to look for to minimize probing ef
Pre-Test 04b
1.
A body of mass 5.0 kg is suspended by a spring which stretches 10 cm when the mass is
attached. It is then displaced downward an additional 5.0 cm and released. Its position as
a function of time is approximately
a. y = 0.10 sin 9.9t
b. y
Chapter 9
Gravity
I. The Universal Law of Gravity
According to Isaac Newton, every mass attracts
every other mass with a force that depends on the
two masses and the separation between the masses.
m m
F ._ l 2
gravity G l2
where
m; = mass of object 1
m
Chagter 7
Energy
Energy is the ability to do work. Energy enables
an object to do work.
I. Work
The work done on an object by a force acting on
it is equal to the force multiplied by the
displacement of the object. Thus,
Work 2 (force (displacement)
T
Orange Coast College Physics 110 Spring 2004 Dr. A. Guerra 111
Review uestions for Exam # 4
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) In nuclear fission and nuclear fusion reactions, the amou
Chapter 2
Newtons First Law of Motion
1. Aristotle on Motion 1384 322 B.C.)
- Aristotle thought that objects fall at speeds
proportional to their weights: the heavier the
object, the faster it should fall.
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Orange Coast College Physics 110 Spring 2004 Dr. A. Guerra III
Review S Questions for Test it 3
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) Electromagnetic waves consist of
A) high~frequency gr
Orange Coast College Physics 110 Dr. A. Guerra III Spring 2004
Review Questions for Exam #5
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) If you push an object with twice the work input for twice
Orange Coast College Physics 110 Spring 2004 Dr. A. Guerra III
Review Questions for Exam #1
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) How many different elements are in a water molecule?
A) o
Chapter 12
Solids
L Cstal Structure
0 Solids are either crystalline 0r amorphous.
l. Crystalline: orderly arrangement of atoms.
Repetitive and longrange order. 3
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Chapter 5
Newtons Third Law of Motion
Whenever an object exerts a force on a second
object, the second object exerts a force (equal in
magnitude and opposite in direction) on the rst
object.
Examples:
0 Tires of a car push against a road, While the
road p
1.Modelsareparticularlyusefulinrelativityandquantummechanics,whereconditionsareoutsidethosenormallyencounteredbyhumans.Whatis
amodel? A conceptual, usually simplified description of an idea or process. 3.Iftwodifferenttheoriesdescribeexperimentalobservati
Joyce Alex Tchambou
Physics 185
Instructor: Dr. Arnold Guerra
Lab Report 6
The meaning of this experiment is helping us to understand how the Newtons third law
works. The Newtons third law literally stated that for every action there is an opposite and
eq
Joyce Alex Tchambou
Physics 185
Instructor: Dr. Arnold Guerra
Lab Report 6
The meaning of this experiment is helping us to understand how the Newtons third law
works. The Newtons third law literally stated that for every action there is an opposite and
eq
Joyce Alex Tchambou
Physics 185
Instructor: Dr. Arnold Guerra
Lab Report #8
The meaning of this experiment is to help us to understand the motion which in perform by
the pendulum swing and base on our experiment to compare with the understanding of
Galile
Joyce Alex Tchambou
Physics 185
Instructor: Dr. Arnold Guerra
Lab Report 8
The meaning of this experiment is to help us to understand and verify the buoyancy Force,
by finding experimental values of the buoyant forces using a force sensor to find the weig
Joyce Alex Tchambou
Physics 185
Instructor: Dr. Arnold Guerra
Lab Report 4
The experiment requires us to measure the maximum range of a projectile. We have to
measure the average range of the projectile for various launching angle. There is two (2)
parts
Joyce Alex Tchambou
Physics 185
Instructor: Dr. Arnold Guerra
Lab Report 5
The requirement of this experiment is that we have to determine the acceleration of
an object moving under the influence of a constant.
Set up the experiment:
We will have two obje
EXAMEN FR 185 - Trois parties 60 points possibles
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A) Sujets alternatifs
a) Racontez une exprience : Have you ever been lost ? Comment est-ce que vous
vous tes perdu et o ? Et comment est-ce que vous vous tes retrouv enfin ? Un
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Lab Physics 185, Fall 2015
PROJECTILE LAUNCHER
Author: Joyce Alex Tchambou Monthe
Advisor: James J Lincoln
November 12, 2015
Abstract
Measure the range of a projectile for several different inclination angles and
compare that to the range predicted by cal
Joyce Alex Tchambou
Physics 185
Instructor: Dr. Arnold Guerra
Lab Report #9
The purpose of this experiment is to measure the speed of sound in air by exploiting wave
and resonance effects in longitudinal waves
Equipment:
Tuning forks, rubber striker block
Joyce Alex Tchambou
Physics 185
Instructor: Dr. Arnold Guerra
Lab Report 7
The meaning of this experience is to help us to understand about the simple harmonic
motion and a mass on a spring.
Set up experiment:
We will have a spring and a tool of weight va
Chapter 4
Motion in Two Dimensions
Multiple Choice
1.
At t = 0, a particle leaves the origin with a velocity of 9.0 m/s in the positive y
direction and moves in the xy plane with a constant acceleration of
(2.0i 4.0j) m/s2 . At the instant the x coordinat
Name:_
Physics A135
Homework # 4
Ref. Ch.22
Mark your answers clearly
1. If you were to travel parallel to an infinitely long straight wire with current I at the
same velocity as the electrons in the wire at a distance a from the wire, the magnitude
of th
Name:_
Physics A135
Homework # 3
Ref. Ch.21
Mark your answers clearly
1.
If a mile of 24-gauge copper wire has a resistance of 0.14 k and the resistivity of copper
is 1.7 108 m, what is the diameter of the wire? (1 mile = 1.6 km)
a. 0.40 mm
b. 0.50 mm
c.
Name:_
Physics A135
Homework # 8
Ref. Ch.26
Mark your answers clearly
1.
A concave mirror has a focal length of 20 cm. What is the position (in cm) of the
resulting image if the image is inverted and four times smaller than the object?
a. 15
b. 25
c. 50
d
Name:_
Physics A135
Homework # 7
Ref. Ch.25
Mark your answers clearly
1.
Two mirrors are at right angles to one another. A light ray is incident on the first at an
angle of 30 with respect to the normal to the surface. What is the angle of reflection
from
Name:_
Physics A135
Homework # 6
Ref. Ch.24
Mark your answers clearly
1.
The correct form of Ampere's law for circuits with gaps in them is
a.
.
b.
.
c.
.
d.
.
e.
.
2.
If the maximum E-component of an electromagnetic wave is 600 V/m, what is the maximum B