Lab Extension: Research
When someone has a fever, their overall body temperature increases from the normal
98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Most of the time, fevers are caused due to the bodys immune response,
in order to gain an advantage over infections and vir
Instructions: Graphing Using Microsoft Excel (Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013)
Creating a graph
1) Highlight the data you would like to include (2 columns)
a. To highlight a second column that is not adjacent to the first column, keep a finger on
Equilibrium Practice Test # 2
The slowest of the following reactions is:
Ag+(aq) + Cl-(aq) AgCl(s)
H+(aq) + OH-(aq) 2H2O(l)
3Ba2+(aq) + 2PO43-(aq) Ba3(PO4)2(aq)
Cu(s) + 2Ag+(aq) Cu2+(aq) + 2Ag(s)
The rate of a chemical reaction is equal
H Chemistry period 0
20 April 2015
Le Chateliers Principle Notes
Le Chateliers Principle
*Assume the byproducts of this industrial process are carbon monoxide and hydrogen gas, and a
chemist believes the combination of the two
E L AT
Ionic Compounds (Salts)
Salt = An ionic compound
Consist of cations & anions
(Often metal & no
September 21st, 2012
420 Days of Summer
Ball on an Inclined Plane Lab Report
Overall Objective: Develop a model to describe the changing velocity motion.
Specific Purpose: 1. Determine the rel
September 7th, 2012
420 Days of Summer
Battery Powered Vehicle Lab Report
Determine the relationship between position and time for a moving Battery Powered Vehicle.
Note: Due to the limitations of Microsoft Word, F and a should be assumed to be vectors even if no line
above them is shown.
Data 1: a vs. F with a constant m
m1 (kg) m2 (kg)
(constant Run 1
Point on the
Point on the
on Car 1
Distance (cm) - x Time (seconds) - t
Run 1 Run 2 Run 3
In a rectangle, area length and area width. Length, and width are independent of each other,
so area is proportional to length*width.
Area=k*l*w. We need the "k" because the dependent variable changes by some specific amount
as the inde
1. Determine the relationship between x (horizontal) position and time.
2. Determine the relationship between y (vertical) position and time.
3. Determine the relationship between x (horizontal) velocity and time.
4. Determine the relationship be
A = a V = A t + V0 = at + V0
X = V t + X0 = 0.5at2 + V0t + X0 - or
Y = V t + Y0 = 0.5at2 + V0t + Y0
Note: A is a function, a is a constant.
If our ball were truly a particle, than A x would equal 0 m/s2, Vx
would equal 5.253 m/s, and X would equal 5.253
In a cube, volume length, volume width, and volume height. Length, width, and height
are independent of each other, so volume is proportional to length*width*height.
Volume=k*l*w*h. We need the "k" because the dependent variable changes
Conclusion: We performed this lab in order to determine the relationship between kinetic friction
and normal force for two different surface types. Kinetic friction is proportional to the normal
force. This means that for every increase in normal force, t
We performed this lab in order to determine the relationship between the sum of forces and
acceleration with a constant mass. We also sought to determine the relationship between mass
and acceleration with a constant sum of forces. With a cons
Purpose: Determine the relationship between position and time for a moving Battery Powered
Conclusion: Velocity is the change in position over the change in time. From the data, it can be
concluded that the slope is the velocity of that certain B