PreLab: Volumes and Density
Name: Eric Wright
PHY 122
Date: 1-27-16
Class number: 14185
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assignment. Links to install Logger Pro provided on the Master Site.
I. A s
Error Propagation: Volumes
David Welsh
March 20, 2014
Darya Dolenko
PHY 122-28703
Objective:
David was tasked to find the volumes of different simple shape objects. He was also
tasked to practice error propagation.
Equipment:
The equipment that David used
PHY 122: Lab Name:
Group Number:
Class number:
Time:
TA's name:
ERASE TEXT IN BLUE AND RED BEFORE PRINTING YOUR
REPORT!
Objective:
Provide names of physics laws, which were studied in the experiment and specify what
types of collisions were used to study
Lab: Vectors and Statics
Introduction
Statics is concerned with the application of Newtons laws to things, which do not accelerate.
Examples include the design of bridges, elasticity (forces within deformed materials), and the
forces, which act at the jun
PHY 122: Newtons Second Law of Motion.
Students name:
Lab partners:
Group number:
Date of experiment:
Section SLN:
TAs name:
I. Objectives.
TA check point:
Run
II. Data.
Mass on the
hanger
Acceleration of
the system
1
State all values with appropriate uni
Damped Oscillations
Introduction
In an earlier lab you looked at a mass and linear spring system as an oscillator, which
produced simple harmonic motion (SHM). A pendulum is also an oscillator, where the
motion takes place along a curved path. In this lab
PHY 122: Damped Oscillations.
Students name:
Lab partners:
Date of experiment:
Section SLN:
TAs name:
Amplitude
I. Objectives.
deg
Period T
s
TA check point:
II. Data.
Undamped oscillations tennis ball.
Length L
m
Period T
s
Slope of T2 vs. L plot =
TA ch
PHY 122: Volumes and density
Name:
Group members name:
Group Number:
Class Number:
Day and Time:
(1 point)
Objective: (3 points)
Provide one or two sentences explaining the main objectives of the lab. Erase
text in red.
Experimental data (3 points): Fill
PreLab: Volumes and Density
PHY 122
Name: _ Date: _ Class number:_
Important Note: Logger Pro Software needs to be installed on your computer to complete
this assignment. Links to install Logger Pro provided on the Master Site.
I. A student measured with
PHY 122: Name:
Group Number:
Class number:
Time:
TA's name:
ERASE TEXT IN BLUE AND RED BEFORE PRINTING YOUR
REPORT!
Objective: provide a type of motion you study in this lab and parameters you need to
calculate. 2 sentences limit!
Experimental Data:
m = m
Prelab: Damped Oscillations
Name:_
Section day/time_
1. (2 points) What are damped oscillations?
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2. (2 points) What is a decay time?
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3. (6 points) Find the period, frequency, and decay time for the damped sine wave
data presented below. Do thi
PHY 122: Conservation of Energy
Ryan M. Wood
Evan Phillips
Group Number: 5
Class Number: 14780
04Mar2016
Objective
To prove that energy is conserved due to the loss and gain of potential and kinetic energy.
Total mechanical energy of the system will remai
Lab Worksheet: Vectors and Statics
I. Objective(s).
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Discussion question:
What is the meaning of net force?
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What is the mathematical expression to calculate the net force?
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Data collection
Mass of the hanger: _
Mass on the hanger
Angle
Units
Pulle
Lab Title: Newtons Second Law
Name: Austin Jones
Group members name: Bob Tichy, Carter Chamberlin, Oscar Cisneros
Group Number: 3
Class Number: 14178
Day and Time: Monday 10:00-11:50
(1 point)
Objective: In this lab, students explored Newtons Second law,
PHY 122: Friction
Ryan M. Wood
Evan Phillips
Group Number: 5
Class Number: 14780
26Feb2016
Objective: (3 points)
To test Hookes Law for various elastic objects. To test the period-mass relationship for
mas spring systems.
Experimental data (3 points):
Exp
PHY 122: Collision 2D
Ryan M. Wood
Evan Phillips
Group Number: 5
Class Number: 14780
25Mar2016
Objective:
To verify Law of Conservation of momentum for a nearly elastic and perfectly inelastic collision.
To test if kinetic energy is conserved in case of n
PHY122:RotationalMotion
RyanM.Wood
EvanPhillips
GroupNumber:5
ClassNumber:14780
01April2016
Objective:
In this lab students will be observing constant angular acceleration for a rigid body rotating about
its center mass made by constant torque. Students w
Lab Worksheet Conservation of Energy
Part 1
Length of the pendulum (the Distance between the center of mass and pivot point).
L = _ cm =_ m
Slope of the graph (TE/m vs time) = _ _
Uncertainty of the slope of the graph (TE/m vs time) = _ _
Slope of the gra
Prelab: Rotational motion
Name:_
Section day/time_
Consider the apparatus as used in this lab: A cube of mass M = 500 g and side length 30 mm is
free to spin on an axis through the center of one face. A massless pulley on this axis has a
diameter of 2r =
Name: _ Date: _ Section _
PHY 122
PreLab: Conservation of Energy
1. An object with a mass of 2 kg is moving along a horizontal surface with velocity components
vx=4 m/s and vy= -3.5 m/s. What is the objects speed? What is its kinetic energy? (2 points)
2.
Prelab for Springs and Oscillators
Name:_ Section number_ Date _
From the theory section of the lab we have two ways to determine the angular frequency of
kd
2
oscillations of the mass m:
and
.
m m0
T
a. (4 points) Both ways to determine angular frequen
Prelab PHY122
Friction
Name: _
Section #: _
1. What do the values of s and k depend upon? (2 points)
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2. A 0.5-kg block is moving at constant speed on a horizontal surface. The
friction force acting on the block is 20N, calculate k. (2 points) Show
Lab Vectors and Statics
Equations Check list
Cartesian coordinates:
Write equations that used to calculate x and y components of each tension force:
T = m1 gsin1
T = m1 gcos1
! 1x
(1)
(5)
! 1y
Physics Lab 122: Springs
Khalil Sellers
Braden Reimche, Calvin Asberry
1
21839
Teus 12:25
Objective:
The objective in this lab was to find and verify a linear relationship between
displacement and the elastic force for different objects. Furthermore, to m
Vectors and Statics
Khalil Sellers
Braden
Group 1
Class 28139
Tuesday 12:25
1
Objective: (3 points)
The objective is to verify the condition of translational equilibrium by using the force table,
pulleys, and weights.
Experimental data (3 points):
Pulley
PHY 122: Volumes and density
Khalil Sellers
Brandon, Melissa
1
28139
Tuesday 12:25
Objective: (3 points)
The goal is to practice the concepts of error analysis and graphing linearization.
Also to learn how to propagate error.
Experimental data (3 points):
Physlics Lab 122: Friction
Khalil Sellers
Braden Reimche
1
21839
Tuesday 12:25
Objective: The objective of this lab is to learn how to meausre the coefficients of friction between
two surfaces and accurately use data studio to record measurements.
Data:
E
PHY 122: Collision 1D
Ryan M. Wood
Evan Phillips
Group Number: 5
Class Number: 14780
18Mar2016
Objectives: (3 points)
1
In this lab the team was to investigate 1 dimension collisions. We will be experimenting with
elastic and inelastic collisions and the
PHY 122: Friction
Ryan M. Wood
Evan Phillips
Group Number: 5
Class Number: 14780
19Feb2016
Objective: To measure the coefficient of kinetic and static friction between the surface of the block
and the table, and to check if the data collected fit the norm
YING YANG WARS
Julian Enriquez
10/8/2013
GAME SUMMARY
You play as a pilot of a star fighter whose mission is to wreak havoc on the galactic terrorist
group called the Checkered Corsairs, bent on invading your home planet. Your ship is a
prototype star fig
Lab Worksheet Conservation of Energy
Part 1
Length of the pendulum (the Distance between the center of mass and pivot point).
L = _ cm =_ m
Slope of the graph (TE/m vs time) = _ _
Uncertainty of the slope of the graph (TE/m vs time) = _ _
Slope of the gra
Lab Worksheet: Error Propagation.
Linearized Graphs. Volumes. Density.
Remember to write the unit of each quantity.
Important: Be sure to sign the completed Lab Worksheet at the end of the lab.
Make one measurement of the mass of each of the provided clay
Lab 5 Worksheet
Springs and Oscillators
Student _ TA _
Section SLN _ Date _
Team Members _
_
This worksheet needs to be signed and attached at the end of the lab report.
Remember to write the unit of each quantity. Use the right margin to take notes
durin
PHY 122: Volumes and density
Name:
Group members name:
Group Number:
Class Number:
Day and Time:
(1 point)
Objective: (3 points)
Provide one or two sentences explaining the main objectives of the lab. Erase
text in red.
Experimental data (3 points): Fill