Measurements and Uncertainties Guidelines
Part 1: Density of metal cylinder
A) Dimensions of the cylinder:
l = _ _ _ _ _ mm = _ _ _ _ _cm = = _ _ _ _ _ m
d= _ _ _ _ _ mm = _ _ _ _ _cm = = _ _ _ _ _ m
B) Measure the mass of the cylinder:
m= _ _ _ _ _
Physics Lab Video: Wave Motion
Wave motion is an important method of transferring energy from one place to another
without involving the actual transfer of matter. When a pebble is dropped into a still pool, some
Heat Transfer: Thermal Conductivity
Heat is a very curious from of energy. It helps us stay warm, prepare hot and tasty food
but its applications far exceed the domestic uses mentioned. Understanding the properties of he
PHYS 2425: Linear Momentum
1. A golf club exerts an average force of 1000 N on a 0.045-kg golf ball which is initially at rest. The
club is in contact with the ball for 1.8 ms. What is the speed of the golf ball as it leaves the tee?
Kinematics practice problems
Where appropriate, take gem]. = 9.8 m/s2 = 32 ft/sz.
In all questions, except # 21 and # 22, ignore air resistance.
Questions 18 through 22, inclusive, would be short answer questions, not Fillins
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Vectors; 2-D Motion
This test covers vectors using both polar coordinates and i-j notation, radial and tangential acceleration, and
two-dimensional motion including projectiles.
Part I. Multiple Choice
In a lab
Kinematics practice problems:
1. Georgia is jogging with a velocity of 4 m/s when she accelerates at 2 m/s2 for
3 seconds. How fast is Georgia running now?
2. In a football game, running back is at the 10 yard line and run
Chapter 4-5 Whole Grains, Fiber and Heart-Healthy Oils
Develop a heart-healthy menu, rich in fiber and heart-healthy oils.
Review the article on Whole Grains and Fiber on The American Heart Association website. This is
COMPARE YOUR FOOD INTAKE TO THE USDA FOOD GUIDE
*List food item eaten each
meal and estimate the amount
My total amount
eaten from each group
amount from each
Addition of Vectors
Purpose: In this lab, we check a special case of Newtons laws, namely that the sum of
the forces acting on an object in equilibrium is zero. Since forces are vectors, we will
practice doing vector additions.
First, we measure