Archimedes Principle
When an object is immersed in a fluid (liquids or gases), the fluid exerts a pressure on the object. This
pressure comes from the weight of all the fluid above a location within itso the deeper we are in the
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PROJECTILE MOTION
Objectives:
To gain experience with video analysis and modeling in the laboratory
To acquire, graph, and analyze data
To extract significant and meaningful information from data
To practice good statistical analysis
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NEWTONS SECOND LAW
Objectives:
To acquire, graph and analyze data
To extract significant and meaningful information from graphs and data
To gain experience fitting data with mathematical models
To practice good physical analysis and to be able to appl
Lab 13  Boyles Law & The GayLussac Law
Objectives:
To establish the experimental basis for the ideal gas law
To investigate the relationships between Pressure, Temperature and Volume of a gas
To acquire, plot, analyze and interpret meaningful informa
CENTRIPETAL FORCE AND ACCELERATION
Objectives:
To observe and measure centripetal forces
To calculate and understand what is meant by tangential velocity
To construct meaningful data and calculation tables
Equipment: Centripetal force apparatus, force
Calorimetry
Objectives:
To investigate calorimetry, temperature, specific heats and heat of fusion
To understand, experimentally, heat and heat equations
To acquire and analyze meaningful values and information from laboratory data
Equipment: Metal sam
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Hookes Law
We all have some familiarity with springs. If we stretch a spring away from its relaxed (unstretched)
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INTRODUCTION TO VIDEO ANALYSIS AND KINEMATICS
Objectives:
To become familiar with essential tools in the physics laboratory.
To acquire, graph and analyze data
To extract significant and meaningful information from data
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Conservation of Linear Momentum
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velocity? Which is more difficult to slow down? Which would win in a collision and which is more
destructive? In asking
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Physics 214, Quiz 1
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Physics 214, Quiz 1
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CHM 371: Exam 1 Outline
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1. General steps in a chemical analysis
a. Formulating the question translate general questions into specific
questions to be answered through chemical measurements
b. Selecting analytical procedures search the chemical li
Engineering Physics 1 Equations & References
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Scalar vs vector quantities:
Scalar quantities contain only a magnitude or numerical value
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Vector quantities contain a magnitude value and a direction (usually positive/negative)
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CHAPTER 8 R OTATIONAL EQUILIBRIUM , AND ROTATIONAL DYNAMICS
An object remains in a state of uniform rotational motion unless acted on by a torque. the angular acceleration of an
object is proportional to the net torque acting on it. Net torque acting on a
CHAPTER 8 R OTATIONAL EQUILIBRIUM , AND ROTATIONAL DYNAMICS
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object is proportional to the net torque acting on it. Net torque acting on a
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