Experiment 5: Pendulum and the Calculation of g
Addiel Vega
11/15/13, 1100 am
PHY 211
Section 1
A. Objective:
To experiment and understand the acceleration due to gravity by observing the motion
of a pendulum; in addition to experiment with the effects of
Experiment 3: Trigonometric Measurements
Addiel Vega
September 20, 2013. 1400
PHY 211
A. Objective:
To do different measurements and compare the results of Trigonometric functions and
actual measurements.
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Experiment 5: Pendulum and the Calculation of g
Addiel Vega
11/15/13, 1100 am
PHY 211
Section 1
A. Objective:
To experiment and understand the forces of friction; using different types of surfaces,
materials, and elevations to observe kinetic and static f
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Experiment 2: Measurement
Addiel Vega
11/05/13, 1100 am
PHY 211
Section 1
A. Objective:
To make basic calculation of distance, mass, density, time measurements using proper
units, and to graph the relationship between the circumference of a circle and its
Experiment 6: Centripetal Acceleration
Addiel Vega
10/18/13, 1100 am
PHY 211
Section 1: Experiment and Observations
A. Objective:
To experiment and calculate the angular velocity of a spinning object using varying
hanging and rotational masses and varying
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MAT202 C12 Calculus II, Louis Sass
April 8, 2013
Unit 5 Problem Solver, Section 8.6, Exercises 6 and 8, Pg. 593
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MAT 202
Mar 23, 2013
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Experiment 6: Seed of sound
Addiel Vega
11/22/13, 1100 am
PHY 211
Section 1
A. Objective:
To measure and learn about the speed of sound in air using the resonance of
longitudinal waves, sound and how it travels, the speed of sound varies in different
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