Justyna Sudyka
[10.1]
Wave in v+ direction:
y stand ( x ,t )= A sin ( kx t )
Wave in v- direction:
y stand ( x ,t )= A sin(kx +t)
Wave total:
Therefore:
y stand ( x ,t )= A sin ( kx t )+ A sin(kx +t )
Rachel Ferreira
Physics 1201Q/ SEC035L
PreLab 3
[3.1] Question:
a. Look at Eq. (3.1). If N doubles, what happens to N?
If we imagine that 1 is the constant 8, and N is originally 4, than originally N
Rebecca Schwartz
Tanushree Girish
Richa Jain
Lab 12: Refereeing Others Work
Critique
There are six sections that are essential in a mini-report. They are: an abstract, which
gives you a brief summary
Kaviyan Rahimi
Professor Kevin Green
Physics 1201Q
December 3, 2014
Lab 10- Standing Sound Waves
Introduction:
The purpose of the lab is to create standing sound waves by using a fork and a
tube opene
Chapter 1
An Introduction to Everything
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Justyna Sudyka
[3.1]
a.) If N doubles, then N (the standard deviation) decreases by a fraction of
b.) If N quadruples, then N decreases by a fraction of
1
2 .
1
2 .
[3.2]
a.) The standard deviation of
Rachel Ferreira
Formal Report 1
Centripetal Force
Abstract
I present orbital periods to understand centripetal forces for a spinning apparatus. My intention is
msb
to be able to gather accurate and pr
Physics 1201 Exam III Solutions
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Name: Solutions
Exam Info: Average 83 Distribution 4049 (2), 5059 (0), 6069 (4), 7079 (3), 8089 (2), 90100 (13).
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Pre Lab Chapter 7
[7.1]
1. To increase the range of the ball that I throw, I would try to figure out which angle would give me
the longest range. I would also do a bit of a wind up before throwing the
Chapter 2
Vectors
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2.1
Scalars
In linear algebra
real numbers are scalars
Mass
Thermal
Fractions are
real number
Physics 1201Q Practice Exam I Answers
1
Name: Answers
Instructions: Work all of the the following problems. Clearly and unambiguously circle the bullet in front of the
correct answer. The value of eac
Physics 1201Q Practice Exam I
1
Name:
Instructions: Work all of the the following problems. Clearly and unambiguously circle the bullet in front of the
correct answer. The value of each problem appear
Richa Jain
Physics 1201Q
10/10/2016
Centripetal Force Formal Lab
I.
Abstract
In this lab, a model representing the motion of a swinging mass centripetal force was
derived and tested for accuracy. The
Physics 1201 Study Guide Exam #1 scheduled for September 22, 2010
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Physics 1201Q Study Guide for Exam One
Below is a summary of the six areas along with point weighting that the rst exam will cover.
Richa Jain
Physics 1201Q
10/26/2016
Centripetal Force Formal Lab
I.
Abstract
In this lab, a model representing the motion of a swinging mass centripetal force was
derived and tested for accuracy. The
Moment of Inertia and Torque
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Abstract
This experiment observed the different rotational accelerations of two different pulley systems. By applying
Newtons second law for rotational motion and u
Centripetal Force
[Name]
Abstract
This experiment observed the relationship between the centripetal force of a rubber stopper and its period, or time
it took for the stopper to make one revolution, as
Physics 1201 Homework #1
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Physics 1201 Homework Assignment #1 Solutions
139 Earths equatorial radius is 6378 km. A spacecraft is in circular orbit 100 km above the equator. If the
satellite orbits ev
Introduction:
The purpose of the lab was to understand the overbeck apparatus to experimentally map
the electric field around two point charges and two parallel plates and to analyze the strength of
t
Introduction:
The purpose of the lab was to create standing sound waves in a open ended tube using a
turning fork, to measure the node to antinode distance to determine the wavelength, and to use
the
Introduction:
The purpose of the lab was to understand that how to verify that at static equilibrium the
forces on an object sum to zero and to verify that at static equilibrium the torques on an obje
Laboratory Nine: Atomic Spectra and the Diffraction Grating
Introduction:
The purpose of the lab to understand to use a diffraction grating to experimentally
determine the wavelengths in the visible p
Laboratory three_ Direct Current Circuits
By
Irtaza Zaidi
Introduction:
The purpose of the lab was to learn use a digital multimeter to measure resistance,
current, and voltage and experimentally meas
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Question: Center of Mass
Three objects are located at the
vertices of an equilateral triangle of
edge: L = 4m. Find the vector
representation of the center of mass.
6
y
5
4
m1 = m = 2kg & (x1 , y1 ) =
Question
Two objects with different masses
collide and stick to each other.
Compared to before the collision, the
system of two objects after the collision
has:
A
B
C
D
E
The same total momentum and t
6. Momentum and Collisions
H. L. Grubin
6. Momentum and Collisions
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Impulse
A pitcher delivers as fast ball,
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vi
The batter takes a swing, the ball is on
its way to left eld at
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13. Heat, Thermodynamics and Entropy
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13. Heat, Thermodynamics and Entropy
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Heat Transfer
Heat as we have discussed is a mechanism by which energy is transferred by
means other than th
Introduction & Measurements in Physics
Vectors, Reference Frames, Units,
Signicant Figures, Dimensional Analysis
Instructor: Professor Harold. L. Grubin
University of Connecticut
Slide 1/58 Topic 1: I
Introduction:
The purpose of the lab was to understand to analyze the rotational motion and to
determine the mass of a pulley by measuring its angular acceleration. First, we measured the
mass of the
Introduction:
The purpose of the lab was to add vectors experimentally and understand Newtons first
law. A vector has both magnitude and direction and in newtons first law is also defined as push
or a
Taylor Edgar
Pre-lab 2 Questions
[2.2] Question:
1. To create a formula in Excel, click on a new cell and type the equal sign (=). Then type the letter
and umber combination of the cell containing the
Taylor Edgar
Pre-lab 4
[4.1] Question:
a. X is always the independent variable that Y is dependent on.
b. A precise measurement is defined as one with a narrow uncertainty range so plots B and D,
whic
Taylor Edgar
Pre-lab 6
[6.1] Question:
1. In our daily life we use springs for mattress frames, wrist watches and certain clocks, battery
compartments, certain chairs like sofas, in cars, the clasps o