EXPERIMENT 205
HOOKES LAW
Carl Joshua A. Marcial, 2013103785, BSCE - 2
CEGE Department
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ABSTRACT
The experiment is all about the law of Robert Hooke which is the Hookes Law. Hookes Law
states that Within the elastic limit of
MATH23X Answer Key
(Q3, 2013-2014)
1
The sum of the digits of a two-digit number is seven. When the digits are
reversed, the number is increased by 27. Find the number.
A. 52
B. 25
C. 16
D. 61
2
Which of the given diagram of intervals is being determined
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Determine the equation whose roots are the reciprocals of the roots of the equation
3x2 - 13x - 10 = 0.
a) 10x2 + 13x 3 = 0
b) 10x2 + 13x + 3 = 0
c) 8x2 - 13x 3 = 0 d) 10x2 + 10x 3 =
0
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Six years ago, Romel was five times a
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Solve linear equations and its applications.
The product of two numbers is 16. If 1 is subtracted from each number, the
pro
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An advertising rm has an old computer that can prepare a whole mailing in 6 hours.
With the help of a newer model the job is complete in 2 hours. How long would it
take the newer model to do the job alone?
a) 4
b) 3
c) 2
d
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A rectangular lot has a perimeter of 40 meters and an area of 96 sq. meters. What are the
dimensions of the lot?
a) 12 x 8 meters
b) 24 x 16 meters
c) 15 x 5 meters
d) 30 x 10
meters
Solve for x in the equation:=0.
a) -2,
CENTROID
MATH22-1
CALCULUS 2
The mass of a physical body is the
measure of quantity of matter it
contains.
The volume of the body is the measure
of space it occupies.
If the mass per unit volume is the same
throughout, the body is said to be
homogeneou
1. On a trip Harry drove a steady speed for 3 hours. An accident slowed his speed by 30
mph for the last part of the trip. If the 190-mile trip took 4 hours, what was his speed
during the first part of the trip?
a) 45 mph
b) 55 mph
c) 15 mph
d) 25 mph
2.
EXPERIMENT201:WORK,ENERGYANDPOWER
FEANNEL.BRAGAT
PhysicsDepartment,MapuaInstituteofTechnology
[email protected]
ABSTRACT
The main objective of this experiment is to
demonstrate the relationship of work, energy
andpowertoeachother.Inordertodothat,a
fanca
EXPERIMENT202:CONSERVATIONOFMOMENTUM:THEBALLISTIC
PENDULUM
FEANNEL.BRAGAT
PhysicsDepartment,MapuaInstituteofTechnology
[email protected]
ABSTRACT
Forthisexperiment,wewillbeabletodetermine
the velocity of a steel ball before collision from
two different
Analysis of Data
The work exerted by the fan cart is dependent on the displacement of the cart. The force
of the cart is constant, while the work exerted is not. Power is the ability to do work in a certain
period of time It is said the as work increases,
WORK, ENERGY, AND
POWER
Prof. Anna Marie Benzon
WORK
The work done by the constant force
on the body displaced in a straight
line is,
= = =
where is the angle between and
The SI unit of work is joule (J), named
in honor of the 19th-century English
phys
DIRECTIONS: Solve each problem and choose the best answer from the choices given.
Detailed solution should be shown and all final answers should be encircled. Write out your
solution as shown below:
Sample Item:
1. What is the x-intercept of the line pass
PHY11 Final Examination
SET A
1. A 2.00-kg block, on a horizontal ledge, is pressed against a horizontal spring of
force constant 500 N/m and compresses it by 0.200 m (See figure below). The
block is released and the spring propels it forward toward the e
PHY11 PROBLEM SET: Rotation
1. A grindstone in the shape of a solid disk with a
diameter of 0.500m and a mass of 25.0 kg is
rotating at 600 rev/min. You press an ax with a
normal force of 150 N and the grindstone
comes to rest in 10.0 s. Find the coeffici
1. If , find the value of
A. -2
B. -1
C.1
D. 2
2. The product of two numbers is 16. If 1 is subtracted from each number, the product is 8.
What is the sum of the two numbers?
A.6
B.8
C.9
D.10
3. If (x + 2), (2x + 3), (5x 6) are consecutive terms of an ari
DERIVATIVES OF PARAMETRIC
EQUATIONS
MATH22-1
CALCULUS 2
Week 1 Day 4 Parametric Equations and Calculus (Calculus Early Transcendentals Larson 5th
OBJECTIVE
At the end of the lesson, the student should be
able to find the slope of the tangent line to a
cur
FORCE DUE TO LIQUID PRESSURE
MATH22
Calculus2
Force Due to Liquid Pressure
The force F on an area A at a depth h in a liquid of
density w is given by
F=whA
The force will increase if the density increases, or if
the depth increases or if the area increa
ANTIDIFFERENTIATION
MATH22-1
CALCULUS 2
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, the students are
expected to:
know the relationship between differentiation
and integration;
identify and explain the different parts of the
integral operation; and
perform b
TRANSCENDENTAL FUNCTIONS
MATH22-1
CALCULUS 2
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, the students are
expected to:
use the Log Rule for Integration to integrate
rational functions.
integrate exponential functions.
integrate trigonometric functions.
integrate
VOLUME OF SOLIDS WITH KNOWN
CROSS-SECTION
MATH22-1
Calculus2
The method of cross section is a way of computing the
volume of a solid that is described in terms of its cross
sections (or slices) in planes perpendicular to a fixed
reference line ( such as t
WORK
MATH22-1
CALCULUS 2
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, the student is expected
to:
find the work done by a constant force.
find the work done by a variable force.
find the work done in pumping liquid out of the
container.
WORK
Work measures the
CALCULUS 3
1ST Quarter
AY 2014-2015
SEQUENCES
Sequence
A sequence is a succession of numbers formed
according to some fixed rule. Mathematically, it is a
function whose domain is the set of positive integers.
Example: 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, having the rule that
SPACE COORDINATES AND
SURFACES
Math 14
Plane and Solid Analytic Geometry
OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the lesson, the student is expected to be
able to:
define space coordinates.
plot points of space coordinates.
write and sketch the graphs of space coord
VECTORS IN THE PLANE
MATH23-1
1ST Quarter
AY 2014-2015
VECTORS IN THE PLANE
Scalar quantity a physical quantity such as
length, temperature, or mass that can be
specified in terms of a single real number, its
magnitude.
Vector quantity (or simply vector
CALCULUS 3
1ST Quarter
AY 2014-2015
SERIES
A series is the indicated sum of a sequence of numbers.
Example: for the sequence u1, u2, u3, u4, , un, the
corresponding series is
u1+u2+u3+u4+un+
A series is said to be finite if the number of terms
is limited
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Pre-Laboratory #1
Basic Logic Gates
In the lab, you will explore the functionality of the basic gates. In preparation for the lab, review the
operation of the basic gates.
1. Complete the following truth tables and d
Name: Plata, Mark Christian L.
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Section: AT1
Date: October 12, 2017
Pre-Laboratory #1
Basic Logic Gates
In the lab, you will explore the functionality of the basic gates. In preparation for the lab, review the
operation of the basic gates.
1. C
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
SCHOOL OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
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JOEL C. DE GOMA
Suravilla, Shaira Janine .
Experiment 1: Visualizing an Electric Field
Analysis
The group conducted an experiment in order to achieve the experiment goals. The
experiment goals are to describe the electric field around two bodies with unlike charges
and t
Dominico Q. Tancinco
PHY11-1L / AC1
Experiment 1: Visualizing an Electric Field
ANALYSIS
The data we gathered in this experiment is based around certain points of the
conductive paper that is need to be considered. At all the points from the origin (8 th,