Analysis
Results of the experiment shows that the percentage errors of the polygon
methodsoftrials1and2arebelow5%error,inferringthatthevectorsarewelldrawn,
thatisthegraphingofthevectorsareaccuratelydone,meaning,themeasurementof
thevectorsisveryclosetot
VoVo=10m/s Time 2 =0m/s 100 mPosition (cm) sin Acceleration (cm/s ) a=5m/s2 2 (s) a=5m/s INTERPRETATION
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS SY 2010-2011 OF RESULTS
Engr. Bernard Aguirre
The experiment revolves on the study of motion without considering the forces that
E101-RESOLUTION OF FORCES
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PHY10L/A5 Prof. Bernard Aguirre
I N TERPRETA T I ON OF RESUL T
This experiment de
PROJECTILE MOTION
any object given an initial velocity, obliquely, with the
gravitational pull the only factor affecting the motion.
No change in velocity along x - axis
velocity along y - axis change
PROJECTILE MOTION
y (m)
v2
v1
v3
v4
x (m)
vf
PROJEC
UNIFORM CIRCULAR MOTION(UCM)
-a circular motion with constant speed, v.
Circular Motion - when the path taken by a moving object/
particle has a constant distance from a point. The distance
is called the radius(r) of the circular path.
r
r
r
r
UNIFORM CIR
PHY10 Lesson 2
Motion Along a
Straight Line
Position, Displacement, and Average
Velocity
Consider the motion of a car below.
At time t1 = 1s , the car is at position x1 =19m and At time t2 = 4s
, the car is at position x2 = 277m.
x x2 x1 277 m 19m 258m
Th
Chapter 05, Problem 050
In the figure here three ballot boxes are connected by cords, one of which wraps over a pulley having
negligible friction on its axle and negligible mass. The masses are mA = 33 kg, mB = 42 kg, and mC =
12 kg. When the assembly is
UNIT VECTORS
- are vectors whose magnitude is exactly one(1) and used to point a
particular direction.
i - points to (+)x axis.
j - points to (+)y axis.
k - points to (+)y axis.
y
j
k
z
i
x
UNIT VECTORS
- are used as a another way of writing a vector.
Ax
DYNAMIC
S -studies the relationship of motion to the forces that causes it.
Types of Forces:
(a) Normal Force,
: When an
n
object rests or pushes on a
surface, the surface exerts a
push on it that is directed
perpendicular to the surface.
(b) Friction For
Uniform Circular Motion and
Gravitation
Anna Marie Benzon
UNIFORM CIRCULAR MOTION (UCM)
- Particle moves in a circular path with constant speed
- The particles acceleration and net force are both directed toward the
centre of the circle
Linear speed is al
Analysis
The experiment demonstrated the principles of Uniform Circular Motion.
Uniform circular motion can be described as the motion of an object in a circle at a
constant speed.
As an object moves in a circle, it is constantly changing its direction. A
ANALYSIS
Physics is not all about the study of motion, including accelerations, which are
changes in velocities. Physics is also about what can cause an object to accelerate.
That cause is a force which is a pull or push upon an object resulting from the
Analysis
This experiment focused on familiarizing the students with the concepts of
friction. It also demonstrated how it works. Friction is the force that opposes the
motion of a body. Friction arises when two surfaces rub against each other.
Friction ca
ANALYSIS
In order to perform the experiment, we needed the use of force table,
super pulley with clamp, slotted mass, and mass hanger which enables us to attain
the value of force and the angle needed to achieve the condition of equilibrium as
we hang dif
Analysis
In order to perform the experiment, materials such as dynamics cart,
dynamics track with end stop, smart timer, smart timer picket fence, photogate,
photogate mounting bracket, meter stick and stand are needed. An angle indicator
was also given i
Analysis
In order to perform the experiment, materials such as dynamics cart, dynamics track with
end stop, smart timer, smart timer picket fence, photogate, photogate mounting bracket, meter
stick and stand are needed. An angle indicator was also given i
PHY10 Lesson 1
VECTORS
SCALAR QUANTITY
A quantity completely described by a single number, or
magnitude, (plus unit).
EXAMPLE: temperature, time, distance, mass, speed,
VECTOR QUANTITY
A quantity completely described by a magnitude and a
direction in s
NEWTON's LAW OF GRAVITATION
Every particle of matter in the universe attracts every other
particle with a force that is directly proportional to the
product of the masses of the particles and inversely
proportional to the square of the distance between th
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What is PHYSICS?
The word physics is derived from Greek word fusis,
meaning nature or natural things.
Physics is defined as that branch of science, which
studies natural phenomena in terms of basic laws
and physical quantities.
What is a PHY
MOTION ALONG STRAIGHT LINE
Kinematics study of motion disregarding the cause of the
motion.
Lets say: At time, t = 0s, a moving armadillo is at a
position, x = -5m and at x = -4m by t = 1s. It continues
to move towards x = 0m, passes that point at t = 3s,
ANALYSIS
This experiment is all about Projectile motion. This is a form of motion which an object
use gravity as a force. In this experiment, we analyzed the motion of the projectile. The
projectile, which is the metal ball, is launched at a certain angle
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Quiz No.1 MEASUREMENT AND VECTORS
Instructions: Write the questionnaire number on the upper right corner of the front of your booklet.
Use permanent ink markers and your own c
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A Final Project
Presented to the Faculty of the
School of Information Technology
Intramuros
Mapa Institute of Technology
Manila
by
ABORITA, Danielle Joyce A.
BRITANICO, Gyle Lynette P.
Raymond B. Sedilla
CS10-1L-A6
In partial
/Prepared by BRITANICO, Gyle Lynette P.
/Submitted on August 24, 2015
/LE6-B displays the perfect numbers found from 1-1000.
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
void perfect(int);
int main()
cfw_
for(int number = 1; number <= 1000; number+)
cfw_
perf
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CONGENITAL ABNORMALITIES:
HARLEQUIN ICHTHYOSIS and PROGERIA
Group #1 BIO162-2/A1
BRITANICO, Gyle Lynette P.
FONDEVILLA, Rachel Anne G.
ONG, Jaimee Jyra B.
RANARA, Nicole Dominique A.
Dr. Ymir Garcia
September 1