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Physics Laboratory Manual I Loyd I. A I II II A 1' II II V
Speed of SoundResonance
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OBJECTIVES
Cl Determine the effective length of a closed tube at which resonance occurs for several tuning forks.
CI Determine the
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Introducing t tests
Z vs t
Degrees of freedom
Types of t test
One sample
Dependent
Independent
P values
From Z to t
In a Z test, you compare your sample to a known
population, with a known mean and standard
deviation.
In real research practice, y
Confidence Intervals:
Estimating a Population Mean,
Want to estimate average age of San Diego college students
Dont want to sample EVERY STUDENT
Instead, I could take a sample (i.e., this class) and estimate
Xbar! This is called a point estimate
The pur
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Floater Schedule
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Name
Task Description
Tuesday
7/19/2011
Wednesday
7/20/2011
Thursday
7/21/2011
Friday
7/22/2011
Saturday
7/23/2011
Sunday
7/24/2011
A
Writing Prompt One
Prepare a written and a mathematical description or definition for the terms 'Percent Difference' and
'Percent Error'. Cite your sources using the MLA conventions.
Explain under which conditions you would use 'Percent Difference' and un
Physics 195
Fall 2016
Take-Home Quiz Three
No work or explanation? No units? No boxed answer? No credit.
NAME:
1) Conceptual Question Limit answer to space provided below
A projectile motion lab uses a compressed spring to launch a ball. When the spring
Writing Prompt Two
Watch the Frames of Reference movie linked from the course website. Write a comprehensive
summary of the main points and how each point was illustrated in the video. Briefly discuss the
implications of this information on the collection
Physics 195
Fall 2016
Take-Home Quiz Two
No work or explanation? No units? No boxed answer? No credit.
KEY
1) Conceptual Question Limit answer to space provided below
The gravitational force that acts on a boulder is many times that which acts on a pebbl
Physics 195
Fall 2016
Take-Home Quiz One
No work or explanation? No units? No boxed answer? No credit.
KEY
1) Conceptual Question Limit answer to space provided below
A bear leaves its cave in the morning and travels to the river where it spends the day
PHYSICS 100
MAGNETISM
It was discovered that some ores or metals experienced forces of attraction or repulsion
when brought close together. This force was called magnetism. The magnetic materials
were dipoles with one pole called south and the other calle
PHYSICS 100
MECHANICAL WAVES and SOUND
A mechanical wave is a disturbance that propagates in a mechanical medium.
Mechanical waves transmit energy. Mechanical waves do not transmit mass. The speed
of a mechanical wave depends on the mechanical properties
Anh Nguyen
02/25/2015
Physics 237
Lab : Wed _ 11:30
SUNBALLS
Introduction:
Four different size holes were made on a notebook paper with diameter including 2 mm,
6 mm, 12 mm, and 30 mm. This paper was put inside of a carton frame. On a sunshine place, the
Anh Nguyen
PHYS 237
11 March, 2015
Lab : Wed _ 11:30
INTERFERENCE AND DIFFRACTION
Abstract:
Patterns, such as single slit, circular apertures, double slits, and multiple slits are
measured in the experiment. Furthermore, the expected theoretical intesitie
Anh Nguyen
02/17/2015
Physics 237
Section : Wed _ 11:30
OPTICS LAB _ CONVERGING LENSES AND IMAGE FORMATION
Abstract:
The experiment was performed to find the actual focal point of the two lenses. In
addition, the process of measurement was done to find th
Homemade Battery Lab
1. Draw a sketch of one of your battery cells. In the sketch, identify the metals or electrodes used
and the type of electrolyte used.
2. Internal Resistance of the battery.
The internal resistance of the battery is determined from th
Week
12
Pendulum Periods
A swinging pendulum keeps a very regular beat. It is so regular, in fact, that for many years the
pendulum was the heart of clocks used in astronomical measurements at the Greenwich
Observatory.
There are at least three things you
Experiment
18
Momentum, Energy and Collisions
The collision of two carts on a track can be described in terms of momentum conservation and,
in some cases, energy conservation. If there is no net external force experienced by the system of
two carts, then
Experiment 2: Measurements and Error Analysis
1
Measurements and Error Analysis
Introduction: [Two students per group. There should not be more than one group of three
students.] All experiments require some form of measurements. In engineering, measureme
Experiment
2
Ranking Task: complete this section and submit it to your instructor before you begin the
lab.
The position vs. time graph below was made by a moving object. During certain times, the
object was a points (A-E). Use the graph to answer the fol
Lab week 13: Ballistic Pendulum and Projectile Motion
Note: Since there are only six projectiles launchers, each group may need to have about
four students; however, in the Level III Energy, you will need to be in groups of two or
one.
INTRODUCTION
1. Inv
1
Faraday's Pail Electrostatic Lab
INTRODUCTION
Charge, like mass, is a fundamental property of matter. However, unlike mass, which seems to
be more or less unchanging, the effects of charge are not always apparent. In fact, we use terms
like charged or u
Trebuchet lab
A Trebuchet is a catapult that uses a counterweight to launch a projectile great distances. In the
middle ages, trebuchets were used in battle to launch large boulders to break the enemy's castle
walls. In this lab you will be looking at the