Lab 10
Newtons Law of Cooling
Nick Alvarez
Jason Allen
Intro: Summarize in a few sentences the discussion of NLC at the beginning of this document.
What is NLC? Newtons law of cooling is an observatio
Nick
Alvarez
Phys
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Jason Allen
3/30/15
Lab 8
Measuring Focal Lengths: To begin, setup the light source, lens, and screen on the optical
track. Adjust their positions until you get a focused image on
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Rashed
Projectile Motion: Predicting the Range
A Lab Report by Samia Rashed
With Lab Partner Jordan Kenny
Abstract
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Rashed
Purpose and Theory
The purpose of this experiment was to predict where a b
Physics P41F15: Exam 2.
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PHYS 41, Spring 2016, Homework 5
Due February 23, 2016 (Tuesday), must be turned in in person at the beginning of class. Late arrivals will
not be accepted.
1. Finish reading Chapter 21.
2. Complete t
Formula Sheet 1, Physics 42
Physical Constants
Electrostatics
Coulombs law:
e = elementary charge = 1.60 1019 C
31
me = mass of electron = 9.11 10
F =K
kg
mp = mass of proton or neutron = 1.67 1027 kg
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Gausss Law
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Physics 40 Exam 1, Page 2 of 6 June 24, 2015
1. (10 points) A 3kg object starts from rest and accelerates as shown in the graph.
(a) Determine the objects speed at 15:20 s.
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October 7, 2015
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Physics 43 Quiz 4 Spring 2017
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Physics 40
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February 10, 2015
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June 24, 2015
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Formula Sheet, Physics 40
1
Mathematics
x=
b
b2
4ac
Kinematics in 2-D
Position:
Position:
s
2a
2
a + b 2ab cos = c
~r = x + y
Displacement:
a2 + b2 = c2
2
Kinematics in 1-D
Displacement:
s = sf si
2
Formula Sheet, Physics 40
1
Rigid Objects
Torque
Energy
Center of mass:
= rF sin = dF
Rotational kinetic energy:
1 X
xcm =
mi xi
ycm =
M
Z
1
xcm =
x dm
ycm =
M
Moment of inertia:
Z
I = r2 dm
1 X
mi y
Formula Sheet, Physics 40
1
Mathematics
x=
Forces
b
b2
4ac
Rotational Motion
~net
F
2
a + b = c2
N
X
~i = F
~1 + F
~2 + + F
~N
F
i=1
a2 + b2 2ab cos = c2
~a =
360 = 2 radians
ax =
Derivative = Slop
PHYS 43 Fall 2015 Final Formulas
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Gamma: = 1/ 1 2
Time dilation: t = t0
Length contraction: L = L0 /
Lorentz transformations for frame S traveling at speed v with respect to frame S.
x = (x vt)
y = y
PHYS 43 Exam 1 SOLUTIONS, 2/17-18/2015
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PHYS 43 Exam 2 Version A, 4/14-15/2015
You have 2 hours to complete this exam. The exam consists of 14 multiple choice
questions worth 5 points each (for a total of 70 points) and two long questions,
PHYS 43 Exam 1, 2/17-18/2015
You have 2 hours to complete this exam. The exam consists of 14 multiple choice
questions worth 5 points each (for a total of 70 points) and two long questions worth
15 po
PHYS 43 Exam 2 Version B, 4/14-15/2015
You have 2 hours to complete this exam. The exam consists of 14 multiple choice
questions worth 5 points each (for a total of 70 points) and two long questions,
PHYS 43 Exam 2 Version A, 4/14-15/2015
You have 2 hours to complete this exam. The exam consists of 14 multiple choice
questions worth 5 points each (for a total of 70 points) and two long questions,
PHYS 43 Exam 2 Version B, 4/14-15/2015
You have 2 hours to complete this exam. The exam consists of 14 multiple choice
questions worth 5 points each (for a total of 70 points) and two long questions,