1.10 Review
1. What mathematical relationship between variables is suggested by a graph
showing a diagonal line from the lower left to the upper right of the graph?
distance is directly related to tim
1. 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
1. Each year at a college, there is a tradition of having a hoop rolling competition. Alex rolls
his 0.25 kg hoop down the course. If the hoop has a radius of 0.5 m, what is the moment
of inertia of A
1. What does the Large Hadron Collider do? It sends two beams of particles around a ring in
opposing directions. The particles travel close to the speed of light at extremely high
2.
energies, so they
Table 1
Trials
Temperature
(degrees Celsius)
Pressure
(psi)
1
100.
18.5
2
23.0
14.7
3
0
13.5
1. What are the theoretical properties of a gas at a temperature of 0 Kelvin?
Zero-point kinetic energy is
1. 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/s^2?
m = 32500 kg
a = 1.20 m/s2
F=?
The Physics 400
Trials
Distance (cm)
Time (s)
Average Speed (cm/s)
1
100.0 cm (first section)
0.6
166.66.
2
100.0 cm (second section)
1.7
58.82
3
100.0 cm (third section)
2.5
40
4
100.0 cm (four secti
How Initial Speed Affects Range
Hypothesis: The initial speed of the objects will affect the the distance it travels when
launched.
Introduction: Does the initial speed of an object make a difference
What is the unit of measure of current?
Amp or Ampere (I)
What was the original term for the battery?
Voltaic pile
Who invented the incandescent light bulb?
Thomas Edison
Who invented the fluorescent
Part 1 Questions:
What happened to the test charge when brought near another positive charge, and how did you
use this fact to score a goal only using positive charges? Explain for both the practice c
Hypothesis: If the voltage is increased, then the amps will increase.
Voltage calculated (Volts)
1
0.0
Current (amps)
0
2
2.40
10
3
4.80
19.5
4
7.20
29
5
10.08
39
Resistance Value used 0.27 Ohms
Graph
6.06 Worksheet
1. A sine curve that represents a transverse wave is shown. With a metric ruler,
measure the wavelength and amplitude of the wave.
a. Wavelength = 8cm
b. Amplitude = 3.75cm
2. A child o
1. Do waves transport the energy of disturbances? Explain.
Yes. The waves are the energy of the stone being dropped radiating across the water.
2. Fill in the blank: The number of wave cycles in a giv
03.20 Uniform Circular Motion Project
a. Include at least four of the following important concepts in your story. The definitions
and examples of these concepts can be found in lessons 03.17 A First L
01.21 Student Designed Lab
Hight vs. Range
Hypothesis: If the height of the object increases, the range of the object will decrease.
Introduction: You want to find out how height affects range when ob
Name: Yumila Infante-Olano
05.15 Questions
1. What is the unit of measure of current?
Amps
2. What was the original term for the battery?
Voltaic Pie
3. Who invented the incandescent light bulb?
Josep
1. The Washington Monument is 555 feet tall. a. If 1 meter = 3.28 feet, what is the height of
the Washington Monument in meters?
555*3.28 = 1820.4 feet
B. A worker assigned to the restoration of the W
Yumila Infante-Olano
Physics
Mr. Mock
07/01/16
Wave Tutorial 6.07
1. Do waves transport the energy of disturbances? Explain.
Yes they do, for instance think of a sound wave. A sound wave is created wh
03.24 Questions
Complete these questions on your own paper or word document. When you are done, you will
submit you answers for grading. You must show all of your work to receive full credit.
1. Each
Data Collection and Questions
Data CollectionTable 1:
Trials
Distance (cm)
1
100.0 cm (first section)
.71
2
100.0 cm (second section) .67
3
100.0 cm (third section) .64
4
100.0 cm (four section) .61
T
03.26 Questions
1. A 25 N object requires a 5.0 N to start moving over a horizontal surface. What is the
coefficient of static friction?
The coefficient of static friction is 0.20.
5-25x=0
5/25=x
X=0.
Materials: Calculator
1. In the table below, you are given the height from which various objects fell and the time
it took for those objects to fall on Earth, the moon, and Mars. Use the data to calcu
Option 1:
If accident investigation interests you, but you are unable to arrange an
interview with a police officer, consider the following option:
Research and write a paper on how an automobile acci
1. What does the Large Hadron Collider do?
The Large Hadron Collider accelerates particles and encourages them to collide.
2. Describe the structure of the Large Hadron Collider.
The Large Hadron Coll
01.23 Student Lab
Hight vs. Range
Hypothesis: If the height of the object increases, the range of the object will decrease.
Introduction: You want to find out how height affects range when objects are
Manual Lab Simulation
Purpose: To measure the position of a ball as a function of time and to analyze the motion using
graphical analysis.
Materials: Tennis ball, stopwatch, ruler, chalk, Graphical An