Projectile Motion
Gabriela Orlando
PHY 110L P
October 1, 2014
Steve Greenberg
Micaela sturm
Kriston Ronalter
Purpose:
The purpose of this experiment was to show projectile motion. When doing the
experiment the motion was verified to make sure it followed
Conservation of Energy on the Air Track
Gaby Orlando
PHY 110L P
October 22, 2014
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab was to prove that when a glider moves down an air track the
energy was conserved. This was proven by calculating the kinetic and potential en
Projectile Motion of a Steel Ball
Physics 110 Lab
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab is to analyze the projectile motion of a steel ball leaving the track
at an unknown initial velocity and finding out the relationship between the height of the clamp
and th
Exam 4 Corrections
May 10th, 2017
3. My answer, A. Correct answer, B. This is a near or far sighted question. I got the properties of
the two mixed up. The image forming behind the retina is farsightedness not near, in the future
better memorizing of thes
Centripetal Acceleration and Centripetal Force
Gabriela Orlando
PHY 110L P
October 15, 2014
Steve Greenberg
Micaela Sturm
Kriston Ronalter
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab was to observe uniform circular motion. In order observe the
uniform circular motio
Measuring and Graphing
9/9/14
Hilary LaRosa
Maryam Naqvi
Matt Moeller
Purpose
The purpose of this experiment was to become comfortable with measuring,
graphing, and analyzing the data that is collected because these techniques will be
used throughout the
Projectile Motion EX-5502
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Projectile Motion
Equipment:
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INCLUDED:
Mini Launcher
Time of Flight Accessory
Phone Jack Extender Cable
Photogate Head
Photogate Bracket
Large C Clamp (need one only)
Plumb Bob (need one only)
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Avg vel: v=Vo+v/2, x/tAcc: v=Vo+at
x=xo+1/2at2 t to highest point: voy-gt=vy max
height:v=vo+at(acc),y=1/2at2 Fgrav/attraction=GMm/r2
Ac=v2/r ang velocity:=2 rev/t tang vel:Vt=r
w=fscos k=1/2mv2 u or k(dropped)=mgh
speed:v=2gh T=2rev/t T=rfsin, I center
Ballistic Pendulum
By: Victoria Kozar, Nina Vricella, Mohammad Malik, and Yazmin Rosas
Purpose:
The purpose of this experiment was to use a ballistic pendulum to determine the velocity of a
projectile, while demonstrating the principles of conservation of
Centripetal Acceleration and Centripetal Force
By: Victoria Kozar and Emily Lucibella
Purpose:
The purpose of this experiment was to demonstrate for an object moving in uniform circular
motion, that its acceleration is radially directed inward, and that t
Equilibrium of Forces
By: Victoria Kozar, Emily Lucibella, Alexi Mangili
Purpose: The purpose of the lab was to observe equilibrium of multiple concurrent forces
applied. Once equilibrium was achieved the theoretical and graphical methods were compared
in
Simple Harmonic Motion and Hookes Law
By: Victoria Kozar, Emily Lucibella, Alex Swett, Alexi Mangilli
Purpose:
The purpose of this experiment was to explore and observe the properties of simple harmonic
motion and analyzing it with Hookes Law.
Procedure:
1. A child in a boat that is at rest throws a 6.4 kg package horizontally with a speed of 10 m/s as in the figure below. Calculate
the velocity of the boat immediately after the throw. The childs mass is 26 kg and the mass of the boat is 45 kg.
Sol: The t
PHY 110
Formulas
x = x x0
v = vo + a t
F = ma
Name:
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v = d/t
a = v / t
2
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v = vo + 2 a xW = mg
x = vot + () a t
2
gmoon = 1.6 m/s2
Multiple Choice: 4 points each
1. A skydiver is falling straight down at terminal velocity (i.e. at constant velocity). H
Equilibrium of Forces
Gabriela Orlando
PHY 110L P
October 8, 2014
Steven Greenberg
Micaela Sturm
Kriston Ronatter
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab was to prove that forces exist when there is equilibrium. This was
done by using vector addition through thr
Velocity and Acceleration
Gabriela Orlando
PHY 110L P
September 24, 2014
Steve Greenberg
Micaela Sturm
Kriston Ronatter
Purpose:
The purpose of this experiment was to use an air track with two photogates to prove the
existence of uniform motion when there
Measuring and graphing II
Gabriela Orlando
PHY 110L P
September 17, 2014
Steve Greenberg
Micaela Sturm
Kriston Ronatter
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab was to use graphing skills to learn how to graph on a log scale.
This was done by collecting data and
Mass vs Volume
Physics 110 Lab
Purpose:
The purpose of this experiment was to observe how close to reality the relationship 1
mL of water equals 1 gram is. This experiment also was used to get the student familiar with
measurements and graphing data.
Proc
Equilibrium of Forces
Physics 110 Lab
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab is to use and analyze the real life usage of vectors. Creating a
system of three forces will allow you measure the angles and lengths to recreate them in a graph
and solve for the resu
Length vs Period
Physics 110 Lab
Purpose:
The purpose of this experiment was to get familiar with the use of log-log graphs. Using
a simple pendulum, we could examine the relationship between the period, length and mass.
Procedure:
There were no changes t
Velocity and Acceleration
Physics 110 Lab
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab is to use the tools available to investigate the constant motion by
analyzing motion of the glider along the air track. Using this information, we will be able to
calculate the vel
Centripetal Acceleration and Centripetal Force
Physics 110 Lab
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab is to investigate the relationship between the speed of an object in
uniform circular motion and the centripetal force on the object and to use Newtons 2nd law
Ballistic Pendulum
Physics 110 Lab
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab is to measure the initial velocity of a ball using a ballistic
pendulum and measuring the angle in which it was moved by the force of the collision. Using the
angle and weight of pendulum
Torques in Equilibrium
Physics 110 Lab
Gabe May
Samir Kalil
Dylan DeBonis
Kristina Anello
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab is to understand and put to test the conditions of a mechanical
equilibrium as well as to use the operational to measure the torque
Conservation of Energy on the Air Track
Matthew Steinle
Haley Abbot and Lauren Caciopoli
Steinle 2
Purpose:
The objective of this experiment is to learn the basics of conservation of energy.
Conservation of energy will be observed using an air track. Diss
Ballistic Pendulum
Matthew Steinle
Haley Abbot and Lauren Caciopoli
Steinle 2
Purpose:
The objective of this experiment is to demonstrate the principles of conservation of
momentum and conservation of mechanical energy. A ballistic pendulum will be the me
Torque and the Forearm
Matthew Steinle
Haley Abbot and Lauren Caciopoli
Steinle 2
Purpose:
To explore rotational equilibrium and torque and to apply this concept to a physical
model of the human forearm.
Data:
Mass of Clamp 1: 16.65 g
Mass of Clamp 2: 16.
Simple Harmonic Motion
Matthew Steinle
Haley Abbot and Lauren Caciopoli
Steinle 2
Purpose:
The objective of this experiment is to explore the oscillatory nature of simple harmonic
motion and to interpret the graphical representation of the physical motion
Measuring and Graphing 1
Gabriela Orlando
PHY 110L P
September 9, 2014
Purpose:
The purpose of this experiment was to refresh what we already know about measuring
and graphing. These techniques such as using a buret, using a scale to measure the mass, and
Mariana Tamayo
Professor Coppage
PHY 110L P
11/4/2015
Lab Partners: Rachel Zinner and Christopher Tillson
Ballistic Pendulum
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab was to determine the velocity of the ball as it leaves the
projector. This can be found because a