Finding the rotational inertia of a vertical rotating post
Abstract:
A rotating vertical post with horizontal hangers and masses were used to demonstrate the
Newtons second law of motion can be used t
Sara Coppa
How Science Provides Reliable Knowledge
January 26, 2017
Writing Assignment #1
PHYS 1150-02
Science uses structure that relies on observation and experimentation to construct ideas
about ho
Lab01: The Simple Pendulum
PHYS 1151-01
Author: Sara Coppa
Group #3; Members: Sarah Flynn, Sara Coppa, John-Luke Kanzler
ABSTRACT
The purpose of this lab was to determine what characteristics of a pen
Questions relating to the nature of science
Homework style questions
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Distinguish between the following worlds: mental, mathematical, physical, material.
What makes a statement scientifi
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
Department of Mathematics and Physics
Course: PHYS 1151- 01
Title: Mechanics, Heat & Waves Lab
Credit Hours: 0
Semester: fall 2016
Classroom: Maxcy 200B
Meeting Times: W 4
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
Department of Mathematics and Physics
I: PHYS 1151 Mechanics, Heat & Waves Lab Syllabus
Catalog Description
Prerequisite: MATH 1117. Corequisite: PHYS 1150. 0 credit.
Not
Lab05: Projectile Motion
PHYS 1151-01
Author: Sara Coppa
Group #3; Members: Sarah Flynn, Sara Coppa, John-Luke Kanzler
ABSTRACT
The purpose of this lab is to study the properties of projectile motion.
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SCIENCES
Mathematics and
physics
PHYS 1150_02
Mechani
Courtney Genirs
PHYS 1114-03
Lab 7: Refraction
Objective: The purpose of the lab is to learn how to measure the angle of reflection, refraction,
and incidence. The amount of refraction depends on the
Courtney Genirs
PHYS 1114-03
Lab 9: Diffraction and the Spectrometer
Objective: The purpose of the lab is to look at a property of light that is modeled by the wave
nature of light.
Method: Wave-Parti
Courtney Genirs
PHYS 1114-03
Lab 8: Lenses and Lens System
Objective: The purpose of this lab is to become familiar with the meaning of: converging,
magnification, object, image, focus, object distanc
Author: Jamie Galarza-Cornejo
Title: The Simple Pendulum
Collaborators: Fatoumata Diallo, Kalene Beeman and Gabrielle Montlouis
Date of Performance: September 8, 2016
Objectives:
To evaluate how the p
April 18, 2014
Lab 8
Refraction
ABSTRACT
The lab is designed to show how to determine the material of an object by how much
light is refracted when it passes through it. The material was the changing
March 7, 2014
Lab 4
Wheatstone Bridge
ABSTRACT
This lab is designed to find the resistance values or the four unknown resistors on the
panel. This is found using a Wheatstone bridge. The first part of
March 28, 2014
Lab 5
Capacitance
ABSTRACT
This lab is designed to become familiar with the charging and discharging of
capacitors in a three different types of circuits, each with a resistor. The firs
February 28, 2014
Lab 3
Voltage, Current, and Resistors
ABSTRACT
This lab is designed to observe the electric current through resistors as well as the
voltage drop across resistors using the Ohms law
April 25, 2014
Lab 9
Lenses and Lens Systems
ABSTRACT
. The lab is designed to use the equation to find the focal lengths of two different lenses in
part one. The focal length in the first lens was ca
May 2, 2014
Lab 10
Michelson Interferometer
ABSTRACT
The lab is designed to use the equation, m l = 2 d, to find the wavelength of a red
helium neon laser. The given value for the wavelength of a red
February 7, 2014
Lab 2
Equipotential Surfaces and Electric Fields
TITLE
This lab is designed to locate positions of equal potential that is positions of equal
voltage. Then create the electric field l
February 7, 2014
Lab 1
Electrostatic Forces
TITLE
This lab is designed to calculate the force which is proportional to some power of
distance using the equation = C ra where a is the unknown value of
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