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Uncertainties and Significant Figures
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BEHR FREE-FALL LAB
OBJECTIVE
To analyze the motion of an object in Free-Fall by:
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2) Calculating the velocity at different times by using:
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PHYS 4A
Lab 10: CENTRIPETAL FORCE
Names: -Tu Vu-
Date: 10/31/2016-
In this laboratory exercise you will use an apparatus that allows you to rotate a mass M in a horizontal
circle. The mass is connecte
Chapter 8: Conservation of Energy
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1. A roller coaster car of mass m is at rest against a spring of stiffness k and initially compressed,
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Physics 4A Fall 2014 Exam 2 Name
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4A Fall 2015 Exam 2 Name
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l. (25 points) An elevator is moving upward at a constant speed of V0. A bolt in the
elevator ceiling h meter above the
Chapter 2: 1-D Motion
1. A bolt in an elevator ceiling h meter above the elevator oor works loose and falls
when the elevator is moving downward from rest at a constant acceleration of a. (a) How
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PHYSICS 4A
Lab # 7: Ballistic Pendulum
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In this experiment, the speed of a projectile will be measured in two different ways;
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PHYS 4A
Experiment 1: MEASUREMENT AND ERRORS ANALYSIS
Objectives
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Dynamics
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Rotating Frames
Lana Sheridan
De Anza College
April 29, 2015
Overview
wrap up accelerated frames
a 5 3.10 3 1024 and b5 0.870. Using this expression,
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Kinematics
Kinematics Equations
Falling Objects
Lana Sheridan
De Anza College
April 8, 2015
Overview
Part 1: Kinematics in 1 Dimension
Kinematics equations
Falling objects
Acceleration due to gravi
Physics 4A: Newtonian Classical Mechanics
Lana Sheridan
De Anza College
April 6, 2015
Overview of the Course
Topics
Kinematics. Describing motion of objects without regard to
forces.
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1. (25 points) A roller coaster car of mass m is released from rest at point A at height h and moves
freely with negligible friction into a circular lo
Chapter 7: Work and Energy
1. A small object of mass m is suspended from a string of length L. The object is pulled
sideways by a force F that is always horizontal, until the string nally makes an ang
Chapter 5: Newtons laws of Motion
1. A block is given an initial velocity of 5.00 m/s up a frictionless incline of angle 6 =20 . How
far up the incline does the block slide before coming to rest?
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Chapter 4: 2-D Motion
1. A projectile is red from the surface of level ground at an angle (1) about the
horizontal. Show that the elevation angle 9 of the highest point as seen from the launch
point i