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PHYS 100 HW 11 Solution Set
College Physics, Chapter 11:
MC2) C With one-half the specific heat, it only takes one-half as much heat added to cause the same
temperature change. Since two halves of the
PHYS 100 HW 10 Solution Set
College Physics, Chapter 9:
MC6) D and E - The buoyant force on both the steel object and the wooden block are equal to the
weight of the water displaced by them, not their
PHYS 100 HW 9 Solution Set
College Physics, Chapter 9:
MC2) D First we need his weight: (66.0 kg)(9.81 m/s2) = 647 N.
Each nail supports 589 N/1208 = 0.534 N of force. This 0.534 N is distributed over
Ballistic Pendulum Lab
Joshua Roy
Michael Cuellar
03/06/2017
Abstract: Through the use of conservation of mechanical energy and conservation of
momentum, as well as the use of kinematics in 2-D we try
Simple harmonics Lab
Chandandeep Thind
Joshua Roy
03/20/2017
Abstract:
In this lab we attempt to calculate the constant for a spring from its equilibrium position under
load, as well as the constant b
Ideal Gas Lab
Chandandeep Thind
Joshua Roy
10/04/2017
Abstract: In this lab we, through the use temperature and pressure, determined the number of
moles of air in a sealed container to be
3.76 * 10-2
Friction Lab
Joshua Roy
Michael Cuellar
02/13/2017
Abstract:
The following lab aims to determine the coefficients of both static and kinetic friction between a
block and a surface on a horizontal surf
6) For this problem, you are allowed to consult with other members of the class, but not with faculty
and not with anyone outside the course.
A tank that is 0.500 m3 in volume has 21.6 liters of liqui
Using Microsoft Excel
Joshua Roy and Michael Cuellar
23 January, 2017
We square the differences after we subtract the average from each trial because we need to have a
positive representation of the v
Measurements and Significant Figures
Lab
Joshua Roy and Michael Cuellar
January 30th 2017
Abstract: By calculating the density of two cylindrical objects, it should be possible to identify
g
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Molecular Structure
Molecular
Geometry
I
II
III
Overlap of Orbitals
The degree of overlap is determined by the systems potential
energy
equilibrium bond distance
The point at which the potential energ
11 AREA CALCULATIONS
11.1. AREA COMPUTATION
11.1.1.
GENERAL
The area of a tract of land is important for taxation, property descriptions, value during sale
transactions, etc. In plane surveying, area
7 - TRANSIT, THEODOLITE AND TOTAL STATIONS
7.1.
7.1.1.
TRANSITS AND THEODOLITES
THE TRANSIT - GENERAL
The transit is an instrument developed for the measurement of angles in the horizontal plane
and v
3 - LEVELING
3.1.
3.1.1.
DEFINITIONS
GENERAL
Leveling is the procedure used to determine differences of elevations between points on the
Earths surface. In this course we are only considering small di
13 - TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEYS
13.1. TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEYS AND ENGINEERING
13.1.1.
GENERAL
Topographic Surveys show natural and cultural details on the earth's surface. These surveys
are either made using sta
10 - TRAVERSE COMPUTATIONS
10.1. DEPARTURES AND LATITUDES
10.1.1.
EASTINGS AND NORTHINGS
In many mathematical applications, the horizontal axis is usually represented by X and the
vertical axis by Y.
6 - ELECTRONIC DISTANCE MEASUREMENT
6.1.
6.1.1.
EDM INSTRUMENTS AND SURVEYING
FROM THE EDM TO THE TOTAL STATION
Resulting from developing instruments to measure the speed of light, an electronic dista
9 - TRAVERSING
9.1.
9.1.1.
DEFINITIONS
TYPES OF TRAVERSES
A traverse is a series of consecutive lines whose lengths and directions re determined from
field survey. Traversing is the most important act