1. How would you label pole 1?
2. How would you label pole 2? Why?
3. How would you label poles 5 and 6? Why?
4. How could you use iron filings to tell which of two bar magnets is stronger?
5. What generalization can you make about t
The purpose of this lab was to become familiar with the properties of the different types
of images that a concave mirror can produce. The understanding of the relationship between the
focal length and the distances of the object and image is also covered
The objective of this lab is to locate the corresponding image of an object in a mirror and
to understand the relationships between the object and its image. This lab also teaches us the law
To perform lab part 1, my group and I acquired a
purpose of this lab was to measure quantitatively, observe qualitatively, and discover
the patterns of optical refraction of light going through transparent substances; in our
case, air to water and air to Wesson oil.
To start t
The purpose of this lab is to teach someone without any knowledge of reflection and plane
mirrors reflection by doing a demonstration with an eye chart.
To start this lab, I asked my friend to help me. The first thing I did was ask my friend which line
The purpose of this lab was to show us what factors affect wave velocity, the effect of open
and closed end reflections on a wave, and the effect of wave pulse collisions.
In this lab, a slinky was used to represent a wave. A wave i