Sivashanmugam 1
Susindhar Sivashanmugam
Mr. Burmester
9/12/15
AP Physics C
Projectile Motion
Purpose
This experiment done on projectile motion is to determine the horizontal and vertical
accelerations of a projectile in motion.
Hypothesis
If the projectil
Sivashanmugam 1
Susindhar Sivashanmugam
Mr. Burmester
9/12/15
AP Physics C
Projectile Motion
Purpose
This experiment done on projectile motion is to determine the horizontal and vertical
accelerations of a projectile in motion.
Hypothesis
If the projectil
Energy of a Tossed Ball Lab
Susindhar Sivashanmugam
Purpose:
To measure the change in the kinetic and potential energies as a ball moves in free fall, and to see
how the total energy of the ball changes during free fall.
Hypothesis:
If the KE and PE are m
Conservation of Momentum Lab
Susindhar Sivashanmugam,
Purpose:
To find out if the momentum and/or mechanical is conserved during elastic, inelastic, and
completely inelastic collisions.
Hypothesis:
If two objects are set into elastic, inelastic, or comple
Activity 15
Impulse and Change in Momentum
PS-2826B
Impulse and Change in Momentum
Pre-Lab Questions:
1. What variables need to be measured to calculate change in momentum?
Mass and velocity are needed to calculate change in momentum.
2. What variables ne
Name Susindhar Sivashanmugam
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Atwood's Machine
Guided Inquiry (GI)
Problem Statement
An Atwood's machine consists of two masses tied together using a
massless non-elastic string hung over a massless frictionless pulley.
Using data acquired from
Name Susindhar Sivashanmugam
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Atwood's Machine
Guided Inquiry (GI)
Problem Statement
An Atwood's machine consists of two masses tied together using a
massless non-elastic string hung over a massless frictionless pulley.
Using data acquired from
Picket Fence Free Fall
We say an object is in free fall when the only force acting on it is the Earths gravitational force. No
other forces can be acting; in particular, air resistance must be either absent or so small as to be
ignored. When the object in
Sivashanmugam 1
Coefficient of Friction Lab
Susindhar Sivashanmugam
Purpose: To calculate the coefficient of kinetic friction using the equation
a=g sink g cos while figuring out the other variables through an angle measuring
device and PASCO motion senso
Sivashanmugam 1
Susindhar Sivashanmugam
Mr. Burmester
9/12/15
AP Physics C
Projectile Motion
Purpose
This experiment done on projectile motion is to determine the
horizontal and vertical accelerations of a projectile in motion.
Hypothesis
If the projectil
Picket Fence Free Fall
We say an object is in free fall when the only force acting on it is the Earths gravitational force. No
other forces can be acting; in particular, air resistance must be either absent or so small as to be
ignored. When the object in
Fundamentals for Physics Notes
Base Quantities:
Time (s), Mass (kg), Length (m),
Derived Quantities:
Velocity (m/s), acceleration (m/s2),
volume (m3),
force (kg*m/s2)
The meter was originally defined as 1/10,000,000 of the distance from the Earths
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20.
1. What name did Newton give the constant G?
2. What is Newton first law of motion?
4.
What value for G is listed on your formula sheet?
3. What is Newton second law of motion?
4. What is density?
5.
What is the SI unit for
a. Mass
b.
Newton Notes
Newton knew that bodies continued in a straight line unless another force acted on it (_
Law). What force kept the moon around the earth?
Moon must have what type of velocity to keep going, not away and not into, but around
the Earth
This
Newtons First Law of Motion
If a chair moved, you would look for the source of the movement
We dont believe that _motion occurs without a cause.
Something that causes _something else to move.
_Aristotle_ (Greek Sciencetist) studied motion and divided
CP CHEMISTRY
Name: _
Stoichiometry Review
_ period
1.
Balance the equation below. Use it to answer the following questions.
Show all work!
_ Al + _ O2 _ Al2O3
a.
How many moles of O2 are required to react with 8.5 moles of Al?
b.
How many moles of Al2O3 a
CP PHYSICS
Name: _
NUCLEAR PHYSICS WORKSHEET II
_ period
I.
Half Life Problems
1.
A sample of Pa-234 has a half-life of 6.75 hours. What fraction of the sample is left after
20.25 hours have passed?
2.
An isotope has a half-life of 5.0 days. What fraction
Moles Particles Conversions WS
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period
Use the factor label method to convert the following on your own sheet of paper.
Circle your answers.
Moles to Particles:
Particles to Moles:
1.
1.8 moles to particles
1.
2.7 x 1020 atoms to moles
2.
5.3 moles to at
CP CHEMISTRY
Name: _
Moles Part 2 Review
_ period
1.
What is percent composition?
2.
What is the percent composition of the elements in CaCl2?
3.
What is the percent of oxygen in phosphoric acid, H3PO4?
4.
What is the percent of phosphorus in barium phosp