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 period of the pendulum depends on the precision of measu
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 variable in this lab
since it was unknown until we pass
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 the experiment results were
resistor A .203 , B - .145
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 first part of the
lab was to find the , the characteristic
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 equation V = I * R. There were three different
cases in
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 calculated to be .108m while the second lens had a
focal
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 helium neon laser is 632.8
nm while the average value t
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 lines which are equal
ABSTRACT
The results gained from t
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 power.
ABSTRACT
The results gained from this lab is tha
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Lab 4:WheatStone Bridge- Febuary 26th 2014
Summary (SA)
This lab was performed to determine an accurate value for the value of a resistor bank,
line D, as R4, using variations of Ohms Law. To do so, used the formula R4=R3 x (L2/L1), where
R3 is the value
Lab 7: Refraction March 6th, 2014
Summary (AP)
This lab was performed in order to be able to recognize the relationship between the
angle of incidence and the angle of reflection(reflexive index) in different scenarios such as A
Beam of Light Going From A
Summation of Forces Lab Report
Objective: The objective of this experiment was to balance the forces on the force table and
prove that the forces acted like vectors and when at equilibrium the net force was zero. The
parallelogram method of adding vectors
Lab 4: Force, Acceleration, and Mass
Abstract: The purpose of this lab was to continuously change a factor, whether it
was the mass of the cart or the mass pulling on the string, to see how force, acceleration,
and mass all connected. There were four expe
Lab 7: The Ballistic Pendulum
Objective:
To find the speed of the ball within the pendulum before it hits the catcher
Theory:
This experiment can be divided into four distinct steps, involving several different
equations that equate to the speed of motion
Lab 4: Force, Acceleration, and Mass
Abstract: The purpose of this lab was to continuously change a factor, whether it
was the mass of the cart or the mass pulling on the string, to see how force, acceleration,
and mass all connected. There were four expe