Graded Assignment 1.05 Lab Report
Red (larger) glider
Yellow (smaller) glider
Air track data is modeled in cells below. Think of the m
Ground level launcher vs Angle elevated launcher
Purpose: To see how much the ranged the object travels differ according to
the height of the launcher
Hypothesis: As the launcher gets higher the range will increase
Introduction: You can now launch various
2.21 acceleration lab
The graph rises slowly, but later around at the fourth second it starts to rise faster. Then it comes to a
stop at 9.36 meters. The farther the points are from each other the ball is rolling faster, and the closer
the points are, the
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
Hypothesis: If the frequency of the sound is higher, then the speed will be faster.
Analysis answers on spreadsheet*
Using Appendix F (Useful Tables) of your textbook, identify a medium the sound could have
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
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
Physics 2.21 Acceleration Lab
Position (meters) vs. Time (seconds)
The graph slowly rises and steeply rises at the fourth se
November 29, 2015
AP English Literature and Composition
Reality of Love
Smile of Thee
Grin of thee more intense than sun, the god-like,
Thou make my life all the advantageous;
I may owe my life to the god-like,
For it is the inventor of ever
December 1, 2015
AP English Literature and Composition
Gift of the Magi Analysis Chart
Short Story Elements
Example from Story
Significance to Story or
Impact on Story
Della finished her cry
and attended to her
November 15, 2015
Today in my diary Ive Me he decidido a hablar de mi infancia, you know before I got to
high school. Of course as I grew older and became more mature there are things that changed
about me. Althoug
September 21, 2015
Preparing for an Event
Havana International Book Fair
The Havana International book fair takes place in Havana, Cuba. La fecha de inicio de
la feria estar 23 feb-27 feb. This event is to a very popular event draw
November 18, 2015
Create Your Personal Improvement Plan
I believe that my main point of improvement is algebra and geometry. When I was taking
these classes I didnt pay attention much just memorized to pass the test and/or class
September 23, 2015
Conservation of Mechanical Energy Laboratory
Hypothesis: How will the elastic potential energy and the gravitational potential
energy change at different points in the oscillation
Cup glass tube
Ceramic dish thing
1. A. Independent Variable- Diameter
B. Dependent Variable- Circumference
C. Linear diagonal