Jordan Hughes
09/01/2015
PHYS 1151-03
Pre lab 1: The Simple Pendulum
Purpose:
The purpose of this experiment is to determine how the period and acceleration of a simple
pendulum depend on the mass of the ball and the length of the string. Then to evaluate
Authors: Ahmed Elzekri, Michael Scoopo, Kelly Craven, Jordan Hughes, Peter Ball, and Tiffany
Khan
Course: 1151, Section: 03, Group: 1
Date: 10/13/2015
Lab #7
Determining the momentum of different velocity
Summary/Abstract (Ahmed Elzekri):
The purpose of t
Jordan Hughes
10/13/2015
PHYS 1151-03
Pre lab 7: The Ballistic Pendulum
Purpose:
The objective of this experiment is to evaluate and demonstrate the laws of conservation of
energy and momentum for inelastic and partial elastic collisions.
Underlying Princ
Authors: Ahmed Elzekri, Michael Scoopo, Kelly Craven, Jordan Hughes, Peter Ball, and Tiffany
Khan
Course: 1151, Section: 03, Group: 1
Date: 10/06/2015
Lab #6
Evaluating Potential and Kinetic Energies of a System
Summary/Abstract (Ahmed Elzekri):
The purpo
Jordan Hughes
10/06/2015
PHYS 1151-03
Pre lab 6: Energy
Purpose:
The objective of this experiment is to use measured force and distance values to calculate
work, and to record the position and velocity as functions for a free falling object. We will
also
Authors: Ahmed Elzekri, Michael Scoopo, Kelly Craven, Jordan Hughes, Peter Ball, and Tiffany
Khan
Course: 1151, Section: 03, Group: 1
Date: 9/22/2015
Lab #5
Evaluating the effect of the Projectile Angle on Range
Summary/Abstract (Ahmed Elzekri):
The purpo
Jordan Hughes
09/29/2015
PHYS 1151-03
Pre lab 5: Projectile Motion
Purpose:
The objective of this lab is to estimate and test different angles to launch a projectile in
order to receive the maximum range, or landing distance, and also to graph the range a
Authors: Ahmed Elzekri, Michael Scoopo, Kelly Craven, Jordan Hughes, Peter Ball, and Tiffany
Khan
Course: 1151, Section: 03, Group: 1
Date: 9/15/2015
Lab #3
Finding the relation between position, velocity, and acceleration vs. time by using
PASCO
Summary/
Jordan Hughes
09/15/2015
PHYS 1151-03
Pre lab 3: Distance, Velocity, and Acceleration on an Inclined Plane
Purpose:
The objective of this experiment is to explore and observe relations between position,
velocity, and acceleration of objects on a slope at
Authors: Ahmed Elzekri, Michael Scoopo, Kelly Craven, Jordan Hughes, Peter Ball, and Tiffany
Khan
Course: 1151, Section: 03, Group: 1
Date: 9/12/2015
Lab #2
Determining the resultant force to reach equilibrium
Summary/Abstract (Ahmed Elzekri):
The purpose
Jordan Hughes
09/08/2015
PHYS 1151-03
Pre lab 2: Force Table
Purpose:
The objective of this experiment is to use various methods of vector addition to identify the
equilibrium condition of 3 tensions acting on a circular table. Also to evaluate the x and
Lab # 1 Determining which variables affect the period of a pendulum.
Authors: Ahmed Elzekri, Michael Scoopo, Kelly Craven, Jordan Hughes, Peter Ball, Tiffany
Khan
Course: 1151, Section: 03, Group: 1
Date: 9/7/2015
Abstract (Ahmed Elzekri):
The purpose of
Lab Prep Assignment#3: Lab #3: Distance, Velocity, and Acceleration
A toy cart is released from the top of a frictionless inclined track, as shown in the diagram below.
a) The track is about 1 m long. The cart takes about a second to reach the end of the