The Law of Falling Bodies Lab
1. What is the acceleration on the Earth? Show the calculations.
Equation: d = 1/2at2 , a= (2d)/t2
Given: Distance(d)= 3.5m , Time(t)= 0.84s
Acceleration(a)= (2x3.5m)/(0.84s)2= 9.92m/s2
2. What is the accele
All of the following are true about science except (2 points)
it is a body of knowledge.
it uses the scientific method.
it is tested by many scientists over time.
its researchers are not bias in their
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What types of questions can be
Does Gods word limit or restrict a persons well being? Explain in three or more sentences.
No, even though God created us in his own image, he has given every opportunity for us
to excel at our own pace in any way. We have no been constricted to doing
God created the universe with the power to do work according to His guidelines.
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A change in the average kinetic energy of the molecules of an object may best be detected
by measuring a change in the object's (5 points)
1.Here is the URL for the Washington Monument. Go to the web site to retrieve
the information for part A.
A. If 1 meter = 3.28 feet, what is the height of the Washington Monument in
B. A worker assigned to the restoration
Volume of cold water
Volume of hot water
Beginning temperature of the cold water (oC)
Beginning temperature of the hot water (oC)
Final temperature of the cold/hot water mixture (oC)
Change in temperature of the cold water (oC)
Change in temp
1. What is the unit of measure of current?
2. What was the original term for the battery?
3. Who invented the incandescent light bulb?
Sir Joseph Wilson Swan and Thomas Alva Edison
4. Who invented the fluorescent light bulb?
1. Do waves transport the energy of disturbances? Explain.
Yes, So when a rock is dropped into water, the energy of the stone
makes a disturbance in the water and that disturbance is transported to a
wave. It is the wave that carries the disturbance of th
The name is derived from the Greek
'hydro' and 'genes' meaning water
Its symbol is H
Atomic number: 1
Atomic mass: 1.00794
Group 1 on the periodic table
Hydrogen only has one
electron and therefo
4.12 Power Lab
1. Many people confuse the terms energy, work, and power. Explain how they are alike and how
they are different.
The terms energy, work, and power are quite similar but also quite different. Energy is the
amount of effort someone puts into
Using Graphical Analysis, construct a graph of your data with Voltage
Conclusion My hypothesis is that as that as the voltage gradually increases the current would also.
Time for 20 Swings (s)
Use Graphical Analysis to make a graph of the period versus the length. The
7.16 Radioactivity Dating Lab
Number of Nuclei in the Sample
N(t) = N x 2 exp (-t/t)
t = -t x ln(N(t)/N)/ln(2) = -20 yrs x ln(1 - 0.95)/ln(2)
t = 86.4 years
t = 8, A
In reviewing the lens and mirror variables, please read over the following:
focal length, ffor lens: the distance between the center of a lens and either focal point. For mirrors: the
distance from the surface of the lens to the focal point.
4.02 Absolute Zero
According to this website, what is the definition of "absolute zero"?
-When the oscillations are the slowest pint
Why is the Kelvin scale especially helpful when studying absolute
-On the kelvin scale, it falls at 0 k
grammar: 6X V1 V V3, V4 V with
Chinese/English subtitles j4 t
1.Cut the cabbage into chunks
2.Cut the garlic into small pieces
3.Heat the pan
4.Pour oil into the pan
5.Put garlic into the pan
6.Put dried shrimp into the pan
7.Put salt into th
Temperature: Put some hot water, warm water, and cold water in three bowls. Just use
water from your faucet, and please be sure that the hot water is not too hot to touch! Place
a finger in the hot water and a finger of the other hand in the cold water. A
1. When you performed Step 2 of the procedure, you actually made a cylinder of M&M'S.
The cylinder was rather "smushed," and the height of the cylinder was the thickness of
an M&M'S. Recall that the equation for the volume of a cylinder is V = (3.14)r2h.
1. Define gravity.
Gravity is a force that attracts any object to the center of the Earth or towards
anything that has mass.
2. What is the difference between mass and weight?
Mass is the amount an object takes up, but weight is the quantity of mass an ob
The 32,500 kg school jet is on the Orlando Executive runway. What net (unbalanced) force is
necessary to accelerate the jet to its takeoff acceleration of 1.20 m/s2?
Mass (m)= 32,500 kg
Acceleration (a) = 1.20 m/s2
Net force (N) = ? N
Visit The A. James Clark School of Engineering Virtual Lab Site: Conservation
of Angular Momentum
2. In the Inputs box, select the decreasing radius button.
3. Select various combinations of values for the mass of the ball, the initial
1. Answer the following.
What does the Large Hadron Collider do?
It accelerates particles, helping scientists answer some of the big mysteries of the Universe.
Describe the structure of the Large Hadron Collider.
The Collider is a 27km long
2.29 Kepler Kingdom (Honors): Radar
The radar had been developed mostly in the years 1935-1940.
Several countries, such as Britain, USSR, America, and Japan, worked
secretly to create radars for themselves, but the British radar's
development is the most
Physics 2.21 Acceleration Lab
Position (meters) vs. Time (seconds)
The graph slowly rises and steeply rises at the fourth se