(m)
Gravitational Force (Weight)
Gravitational Work
(N)
(J)
m
Wg
m
g*d
(m/s/s)
Gravitational Voltage
Acceleration due to Gravity
(J/kg)
Divide by Displacement
d
(m)
FE
WE
Electrostatic Force
Electrost
Electric Field Computer Lab
1. Open EM Field on your computer and explore for 5 minutes. Get to know the program and how to use
it.
Part A: For each of the following situations:
Situation #
1
2
3
4
5
Scientific Notation Handout
At various time in this course
you may be asked to work with either
very large or very small numbers. As a
matter of convenience these numbers are
often expressed as power
Collision Lab
Up to now we have been describing the motion of one object. Now we start to consider two
objects colliding with each other. We want to be able to describe the motion of the two objects
a
Excel Chart Creation Procedure:
1. Put all x- axis values in Column A.
2. Put respective y axis values in Column B.
3. Drag & click to highlight all cells that contain data that you wish to graph.
4.
ANALYSIS OF ERRORS
Quantitative
The Analysis of Errors portion of the lab activity report appears just before the
Conclusion. In this section you will compare your experimental measurements,
calculati
PoPpPST
Phocus on Physics Momentum Problem Solving Techniques
Example Problem:
A piece of clay (m = 0.750 kg) is slid across some very slick ice with a velocity of
4.00 m/s. The sliding clay hits anot
PoPEPST
PHocus on Physics Energy Problem Solving Techniques
Example Problem:
You and a few of your friends are in a rollercoaster car. The total
mass of the car and all the people is 1255 kg. The heig
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Mr.Diaz
1/18/17
How big is your heart? My heart is slightly larger than a fist.
What is the function of the right side of the heart? The right side of the heart sends
blood to t
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Per.03 Anatomy
Mr.Diaz
17 February 2017
Cow Muscles You Eat
Infraspinatus: Flat
iron, Book steak, Top Blade. Wholesale section: chuck. Origin:
infraspinatus process of the scapular car
Force Box Problem Set #1
Page in Text Book
Problem
Just like you did when you took your group quiz a
few weeks ago, use your Force Box notes, to generate
the equations you need to solve the following