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OBJECTIVE (3 points):
What is the physics concepts/theory/law to be investigated in this experiment? It is one
or two sentences in your own words.
EXPERIMENTAL DATA (3 points):
Complete the tables b
Friction
Cory Tinsley
Kevin Shannon
Hang Zheng
Group 3
81730
Friday October 13 2017
Ling-Wei Kong
Objective:
1. In this lab our goal is to find the friction coefficient of a block with two bars. Our e
Collision 1D
Cory Tinsley
Kevin Shannon
Hang Zheng
Group 3
81730
Friday October 27, 2017
Ling-Wei Kong
Objectives: (3 points)
1
In this lab our goal is to find the lost energy in collision. Our experi
slow lef
slow right
moderate lef
moderate right
fast lef
fast right
Collisions
1 run 1
1 run 2
1 run 3
1 run 4
2 run 1
2 run 2
2 run 3
2 run 4
3 run 1
3 run 2
3 run 3
3 run 4
4 run 1
4 run 2
4 run 3
4
Conservation of Energy
Cory Tinsley
Kevin Shannon
Hang Zheng
Group 3
81730
Friday October 20 2017
Ling-Wei Kong
Objective: (3 points)
In this lab our goal is to confirm the law of Conservation of Ener
PHY 201 Fall 2017
Mathematical Methods of Physics I
Class Details:
PHY 201 (3 credits/units)
Class: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:00 AM 11:05 AM (in PSH-356)
Instructor:
Professor Cecilia Lunardini
Office
Abstract:
The purpose of this lab was to observe the relationship between electric potential
and electric field. The electric potential maps that were drawn during the experiment
were key to revealing
Objective: (3 points)
The main objective of this lab was to measure mass and diameter of clay spheres to determine the
density, volume and propagate its error. Understanding error analysis and graph l
Objective: (3 points)
The main objective of this lab is to test Hookes law for various elastic springs to prove for periodmass relationships between the different spring systems.
Experimental data (3
Objective:
The objective of the lab was to investigate whether or not energy is conserved in three
different mechanical systems: swinging pendulum, oscillating mass on a spring, basketball shot.
Exper
Objective:
The objective of this lab was to understand how a realistic pendulum can become
dampened over time by measuring the movements of a pendulum through a period of time that
allows for dampenin
Objective:
The objective of this lab was to verify the law of conservation of momentum for
nearly elastic collision and perfectly inelastic collisons. It was also tested to see if kinetic
energy is co
REPORT!
Objective: provide two types a physics value which is studied in this lab, and physic law which
will be tested in this lab. 3 sentences limit!
Experimental Data:
M = 0.4327 kg
m = 0.0201 kg
r
Objective: The first objective is to calculate the coefficient of static and kinetic friction between the
surface of the black and table. The second objective is to verify if the data collected fits t
Objective: (3 points)
The objective of this lab was to verify the translational equilibrium using the force table
and provided materials by measuring the mass and angle of each pulley.
Experimental da
Objective: The two objectives of this lab were to prove Newtons Second Law, using the
equation F=ma, and to determine the acceleration of gravity on the system.
Data:
mass of the cart = .5057 kg
mass
Quiz 3
Due: 11:59pm on Sunday, November 5, 2017
You will receive no credit for items you complete after the assignment is due. Grading Policy
Conceptual Question 5.02
Part A
An object is moving to the