Physics 1201Q
Pre-Lab Assignment 10
Question 10.1
a. By taking the partial derivative of x (t) = x o + vot + 1/2at2 we can see that F/m = d2x(t)/dt2.
dx(t)/dt = 0 + 0 + at
d2x(t)/dt2 = a
Therefore F/m = a = d2x(t)/dt2.
b. The partial derivative of y(x,t)
Roshica Dehaney
Physics 1201Q
Physics Lab 1 Pre-Lab
a) To create a scatter-plot using Excel, you must first have your data in columns ready to be
exported into a plot. Once that is completed, highlight the column that will be used for the xaxis. Then whil
Dwayne Thompson
Physics 1201
Prelab 2
2/7/2016
Period vs Semi-major Axis Graph
16000
14000
12000
10000
Period Squared
(Earth Days)
8000
6000
4000
2000
0
0
0.02
0.04
0.06
0.08
0.1
0.12
Semi-major axis cubed
(AU)
2.2 Questions
1. I created the formula in ex
Dwayne Thompson
LAB 4
3/1/2017
Formal Lab Report: Centripetal Forces
Abstract
The goal of this lab is to determine the relationship between centripetal force and period by
spinning different weighted masses in a uniform circular motion. The results from t
Dwayne Thompson
Physics
Pre-Lab 5
3/1/17
Pre-lab 5
5.1 Question: A Toyota AE86 Trueno has a mass of 1010 +/-90 kg and is moving with a velocity of 150+/-3
km/h north. What is the cars momentum in SI units?
P=m*v
M=kg ; v=km/h
P=kg*km/h => P=kg*m/s
1010kg*
Carbohydrates
Christopher Blesso, Ph.D.
University of Connecticut
1
Learning Objectives
Recall the sources of carbohydrates in the US diet
Define the different types of carbohydrates and where
they are found in foods
Describe how different carbohydrates,
Abstract
The goal of this experiment was to use dynamic and static methods of measurement to
calculate the spring constant of two different springs. The result of the spring constants was then
put to test in the k-equilibrium lab, where both strings acts
Roshica Dehaney
3/6/17
Pre-Lab 5
5.1
The cars momentum in SI units (meter-kilogram-second)
p=mv=
10101501000
m
=42083.3 kg
3600
s
5.2
Uncertainty in the momentum of the car
3000
m v
90
3600
m
p= p
+
=42083.3
+
=4591.67 kg
m v
1010 150000
s
3600
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)
5.
Pre-lab 7 - Brian Aguilera
1- To increase the range of a ball one may throw it with more force so that it has a
greater initial velocity and thus travels farther. One can also change the angle which
it is thrown which will change the range as well.
2- You
WORKSHEET 12: STEREOCHEMISTRY 2
Utilize the methods seen in lecture to solve these exercises.
You learn by doing: spend time trying the exercises before looking at the answer key!
Draw the product(s) of these reactions (stereochemistry is important). Indi
Planet
Name
KEPLER11 b
KEPLER11 c
KEPLER11 d
KEPLER11 e
KEPLER11 f
KEPLER11 g
Period
10.304
13.025
22.687
31.996
46.687
118.36
4
Square
of the
Period
Semimajor
Axis
106.172
4
169.650
6
0.092
0.108
514.7
1023.74
4
2179.67
6
14010.0
4
0.156
0.196
0.252
0.46
3.1
a. If N was doubled, N would decrease. This is because N is in the denominator.
b. If N was quadrupled, it would decrease even more so. Because N is in the denominator, any
increase would cause the value to be divided by an even larger number and give
Activity 4: Centripetal Force Pre-Lab
4.1
a.) X is considered the independent variable in plots A-D. The Dependent Variable is always graphed
above and against (Y) the independent variable (x)
b.) Precision is defined as not necessarily being close to the
6.1
a. Springs are everywhere, we use them in cars, trampolines, pens, and many other places
b. Springs can be used to hold or project energy (Potential and Kinetic). They are used as shock
absorbance in many vehicles or can project objects like the proje
Activity 7 Pre Lab
7.1: You could increase the initial velocity of the projectile to increase its range. You could also change
the projectiles launch angle. 45 degrees will give the farthest range so put the angle as close as possible
to 45 degrees.
7.2:
Physics 1201Q
Lab 5: The Conservation of Momentum
Abstract: This experiment performed was to compare the model developed from the theory of
conservation of momentum to experimental results to measure the accuracy of the model. The model
was analyzed throu
Lab 9
Physics 1201Q
Abstract: This experiment was a test to relate a model developed from the Parallel Axis
Theorem to experimental results to determine the accuracy of the model. We examined the effect
of a varying moment of inertia on the angular accele
Physics 1201Q
Lab 4 Questions
Question 4.2:
a) During uniform circular motion the bodys angular speed is constant, however the bodys
velocity Is changing with time and therefore resulting in acceleration because the bodys
direction is changing, giving the
1
Krishna Patel
Joanna Addonizio
Nicole Kozlak
October 7, 14
Chp. 5 Momentum Lab
Abstract
The experiment performed was a test of the theory of conservation of
momentum. A model was developed, in which experimental results were tested
against it. The appar
Physics 1201Q
Pre-Lab Assignment 2
2.2 Question:
1) To create a formula in Excel you must choose a cell that and enter an = sign. After you may
choose to add a pre-made function from excels directory or you may use common arithmetic
operations (* / + -) a