ENERGY CONSERVATION ACTIVITY
0 This activity will be peer-reviewed - write your answers on a whiteboard
, 0 Work together and look to other groups' answers before you move on.
1. A ball is dropped and falls to the ground. Ignore air resistance.
"T I. STARTING IDEAS [can SKIP for now and RETURN to it for REFERENCE):
' A wave is a pattern of motion where something goes back and forth. This pattern tends to propagate.
' The period of oscillation is the time it takes to compl
Force Diagrams (assume static)
For each Situation below make a system schema and a force diagram for the
1) Make a force diagram for box 2.
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For each scenario draw a (A) system schema, (B) force diagram, and (C) the object's acceleration
vector. Make sure all forces within a problem are drawn to scale relative to each other. Do NOT assume
the system is in equilibrium. Newton 3 laws will be hel
For each scenario draw a (A) system schema, (BJforce diagram. Make sure all forces within a problem
aredrawn to scale relative to each other. Do NOT assume the system is in equilibrium unless it is clear '
from the description. Newton is laws will be help
1. Explain the principle of complementarity. Anatomy and Physiology are
What a body can do depends on the unique architecture of its parts. This is
called complementary of structure and function.
2. Name (in order of increasing complexity) th
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Midterm Week PHY101
Please check your grade book for your Midterm Exam deadline. You must travel to a
testing center to take the Midterm and Final Exams in person. If you live in the Phoenix
area, you can take your Midterm and Final Exams at a Rio Testing
Lab 4: Momentum and Energy
Download and run the Collision Lab app from the PhET Web site. Use the app to answer the following
Part 1: Qualitative Collision Observations
1. Set the simulation so Sphere 1 has a mass of 1.0 kg, Sphere 2 has a mass
Find the relationship between the mass of a cork stopper and the volume of a cork stopper.
100 mL cylinder
1. Submerge the
Friction Force Versus Normal Force
The purpose of this lab was to teach students how to apply newtons first law to a physical system. It is
also supposed to help student distinguish between static and kinetic friction forces
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Linear Motion and Graphical Analysis
The focus of this lab is so that the student analyzes velocity, displacement of time and
acceleration of objects undergoing uniformly accelerated straight-line mo