3. Table 1: From Air (index of refraction = 1.00)
Medium Angle of Incidence Index of Refraction of Medium Angle of Refraction
4. Hopefully, you are now comfortable with the simulation. Yo
3.09 Particle Accelerator and Fundamental Forces
1. Answer the following
It is a 27km long passage machine that is made of superconducting
magnets that sits 100m underground. This machine permits you to
see and take in more about the most mi
3.26 Newton's Nook (Honors)
1. A 25 N object requires a 5.0 N to start moving over a horizontal
surface. What is the coefficient of static friction?
a. Ff = FN
b. = 5.0/2.5 = 0.2
2. A 12 N cart is moving on a horizontal surface with a coefficient of
Uniform Circular Motion
Uniform Circular Motion can be depicted as the movement of a protest around at a
consistent speed. As a question moves around, it is always altering its course. At all
Call your local police or sheriff's department. Request an onsite interview with an accident investigator. If you are
working with a student in another area, you can compare
1. Find out how an automobi
of Momentum Lab
Based on your observations of the 4
collisions, describe the physical
difference between elastic and
A case of elastic collisions is when articles crash without perpetual distortion and
4.02 Absolute Zero
a. According to this website, what is the definition of absolute zero?
i. Absolute zero is when the oscillations are at their LOWEST
b. Why is the Kelvin scale especially helpful when studying absolute
i. It h
Volume of Cold Water
Volume of Hot Water
Beginning temperature of the Cold
Beginning temperature of the Hot
Final Temperature of the cold/hot
Change in temperature of t
a. 1 meter = 3.28 feet
height of the Washington Monument = 555/3.28 = 169.2 m
b. GPE = mgh
= 8.29 (kg)(m^2/s^2)
c. KE = 1/2 mv^2
d. In the event that the nickel
The shape demonstrates that they are directly related, positon and time, positon gets shorter as time
proceeds onward in light of the fact that the
3.24: ANGULAR MOMENTUM
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 Alexs rolling hoop?
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T E M P E R AT U R E : P U T S O M E H O T W AT E R , W A R M W AT E R , A N D C O L D W AT E R I N T H R E E
B O W L S . J U S T U S E W AT E R F R O M Y O U R FA U C E T, A N D P L E A S E B E S U R E T H AT T H E H
The Law Of Falling Bodies Lab
1. Earth Show the calculations.
a. Equation: d=1/2at^2, a=(2d)/t^2
b. Given: Distance (d) = 3.5 m, Time (t) = 0.84s
c. Acceleration (a)= (2x3.5m)/(0.84s)^2=9.92 m/ s ^2
2. Moon Show the calculations.
a. Equation: d=1/2at^2, a
Title: Mass vs Range
I think that the heavier the item is, the less the range will be.
In the university of Colorado, there is a contest every year in who will
launch the furthest item. In this lab, students will test
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
Alexs rolling hoop?
Formula l = mr^2 > m = 0.25 kg r = 0
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 water and a finger of the other hand in the cold water
The Washington Monument is 555 feet tall.
A If 1 meter = 3.28 feet, what is the height of the Washington
Monument in meters? 169.2
B A worker assigned to the restoration of the Washington
Monument is checking the condition of the ston
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.
1 What are the theoretical properties of a gas at a temperature of 0
the gas particles will stop moving and make a solid material
2. You know that absolute zero is estimated to be at -273 degrees
Celsius, or 0 Kelvin. You will now use y
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 Analysis
1 Roll a tennis ball for five seconds
1 1. A star has an absolute magnitude of 4 and a surface temperature
of 5,000 degrees C. According to the HR diagram, list the type of
star found at these coordinates.
A Supergiant is found here.
1 2. A star has a temperature of 15,000 degrees C and an ab
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?
555ft/3.28ft, equals 169.2 meters tall.
B. A worker assigned to the restoration of the Washington Monument is c
5.04 Electric Fields and Forces
1. 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 charge and more difficult leve
Thursday, February 9, 2017
4.09 - Work/Power
What is Work
- Net Force change in motion is related to both the force and the distance
through which the force acts. This is the essence of the concept of
Two factors enter into every case where work i