Christian Corwel
April 17, 2016
Prelab Assignment 11
11.1 Delta T can be measured in units of either Celsius or kelvin because the change in
temperature is independent of these units, and is a simple scalar quantity found by subtracting the
initial temper
Cassius Pac
Daniel Scalzi
Mike Sirota
Lab 5
Abstract
The purpose of this experiment was to create and test a model describing inelastic collisions.
The key concept used to derive the model was conservation of momentum. We tested this
model by recording th
Michael Sirota
Prelab 3
9/30/16
3.1
a) If the N value is doubled, n will be be about 0.7 times its original value due to the radical
2 in the denominator of the function.
b) If N is quadrupled, n will be cut in half. This is because 4N would be under the
Michael Sirota
Physics Formal Lab Report 2
11/18/16
Abstract
The goal of this experiment was to investigate how two different objects rotate under a changing
applied force using Newtons second law for rotational motion. The result was a linear
relationshi
Michael Sirota
Physics Lab 4
10/14/16
Abstract
This experiment allowed us to measure the orbital period for various swinging masses through a
circular motion apparatus. We measured the time for each of the various masses to complete a
full orbital rotatio
Michael Sirota
Physics 1502 Mini-Report
Christopher Kelly
Section 002
Christopher Rojo
Lab #4
Analysis:
The tolerances are the same for the measured voltage and resistance for both circuits (1&2), and
was given by the TA as 1%.
The tolerance for the curre
Lab 10: Waves On A String
Aaditya Sekar
Paul Doherty
Michael Sirota
Abstract
The purpose of this lab was to find the difference in values found through a theoretical model for
waves on a string and the experimentally found data. The model describes how th
Gaius Roy
Prelab 4
20 February 2017
1. Eq. 4.1
f = |c| X
Eq. 4.4
Y
X Y
|X|+
f f
Equation 4.1 is just a special case of 4.4 where Y = 0 because the general rule of uncertainty Is
f = Y+X. So if Y=0 that would just make 4.4 equal to f f(X/|X|). Or f=|c|X.
Roy 1
Gaius Roy
PHYS 1501Q
Brendan Macintyre
27 February 2017
Formal Lab 4
Abstract
This lab emphasizes the process of centrifugal force. In the lab, centrifugal force
will create tension on a string that holds a mass on the end of the string in the ai
Gaius Roy
Physics
Prelab
13, February 2017
[3.1]
1. In equation 3.1 when N is doubled, the standard deviation of mean decreases in
comparison to the original sample size.
2. If N quadruples, will be two times less than the N doubled.
[3.2]
1. The standard
Michael Sirota
Pre-Lab 12
12/2/16
1. Procedure-This is the most vital part when a physicist is attempting to recreate an
experiment. In order for another person who does not know anything about the topic or
experiment being performed, the procedure serves
Lab 9: Parallel Axis Theorem
Michael Sirota
Paul Doherty
Aaditya Sekar
Abstract
The goal of this experiment was to determine the effect on angular acceleration when a system
undergoing angular motion has a constant torque and changing moment of inertia. T
Christian Corwel
April 10, 2016
Prelab Assignment 10
10.1
A. The second derivative of the 10.2 equation is given by
B. The starting equation 10.6 is given by
d 2 x (t)
=a
d t2
y travel ( x ,t )= Asin ( kx wt ) =Asin (k [ xvt ] ) and then
using trigonometr
Christian Corwel
March 6, 2016
Prelab Assignment 6
6.1 The velocity of a spring over a period is as follows, the spring starts a certain displacement
and has continuous negative velocity until it reaches a certain stopping point, usually its
maximum compr
Christian Corwel
February 7, 2016
Physics 1501Q
Pre Lab Assignment 2
1 You create a formula in excel by clicking on the formula tab, then clicking insert function and
either enter in your own function or choose from a list of premade functions excel alrea
Christian Corwel
April 17, 2016
Prelab Assignment 12
12.1 Based on experience in the lab this semester, in order to replicate an experiment 4 things are
required, an introduction, procedure, analysis, and conclusion. The introduction is meant to give
the
Christian Corwel
February 10, 2016
Pre-Lab 3 Assignment
3.1
1
=
N
Figure 3.1
N
A. In the 3.1 equation if N is doubled,
1
N
is significantly decreased because
N
is equal to
over the square root of N, so if N is doubled the denominator becomes greater and
A. To create a scatter plot in excel one simply highlights the data required for the x and y
axis and then clicks on the insert tab and then selects scatter plot.
B. To add x and y error bars to a graph you first select the graph and then click the add ch
Christian Corwel
March 20, 2016
Prelab Assignment 7
7.1
a. The motion of the ball moving after the collision, aka the projectile.
b. The coordinates are (0,0).
c. The projectile starts moving on the table, so the y distance from it is 0.
d. The direction
Christian Corwel
February 28, 2016
Prelab Assignment 5
5.1
Equation 4.4
f =|f |(
(
f = 150
km
3
90
( 1010 kg )(
+
)
h
150 1010
)
f =151500 16530
kgm
s
5.2 Ranking change of momentum
Largest: b)
Middle: a)
Smallest: c)
X Y
+ )
|X| |Y | .
Shijie Wang
Activity 8 Pre-Lab
8.1
a) The length of the wrench is the length of the liver arm.
b) The force has to be acted perpendicularly to the liver arm in the
clockwise direction to produce maximum torque. The torque reaches
the maximum when the angl
Roy 1
Gaius Roy
PHYS 1501Q
Brendan Macintyre
27 February 2017
Formal Lab 4
Abstract
This lab emphasizes the process of centrifugal force. In the lab, centrifugal force
will create tension on a string that holds a mass on the end of the string in the air,
Gaius Roy
Physics 1501Q
Prelab5: Momentum
6 March 2017
[5.1]
The cars momentum is 42086.7 kg * m/s ( 10.91)
P = m*v
uncertainty = 100% x (X/|X|) + (Y/|Y|)
P = (1010 kg) * (150km/h)
uncertainty = 100% x (90 kg/ 1010 kg) + (0.83/41.67)
P = (1010 kg) * (150k
Physics Pre-lab 8
[8.1] Question:
a) Lever arm in the scenario is the separation between hinge on the torque and where the person
applies the force on.
b) He should apply force perpendicular to the lever arm in the clockwise direction of wrench, in
order
Arah Yim
Ryan Harrington
Kays Cetin
Measuring Heights
Abstract
We present precise measurements of the head-to-heel heights of each of our group members. The
measurements are then compared to predicted heights derived from the heights indicated on the grou
6.1
a.
Examples of springs:
Mattresses
Trampolines
Clocks
Pens
b.
A spring has the potential to store energy to then be able to use. This stored potential
energy can be used later after the spring is released. In activity 3, the spring was located
inside
mg (N)
0.981
0.7848
0.63765
0.53955
0.4905
x (cm)
0.189
0.158
0.135
0.124
0.119
1.2
1
K
K
4.802013
0.191208
m (kg)
T (s)
T
K
K
0.08
0.789
0.014 0.180043
f(x) = 4.8020125038x
0.8
5.073
mg (N)
0.6
0.4
0.2
0
0.11
0.12
0.13
0.14
0.15
Displacem
Displacement vs
Physics1501Q Pre-Lab 3
[3.1] Question:
a. If N doubles, the standard deviation is 0.002.
b. If N quadruples, the standard deviation is 0.0015.
[3.2] Question:
a. The standard deviation of the mean of the heights of all the students would not be a meaningu
ArahYim
PHYS1501Q
PreLab7
7.1
a. Theprojectileball
b. (0,hp
)Startingpositioninthexdirectioniszeroandtheinitialtimewouldbezero.
thereforethexpositioniszero.Startingpositioninydirectionishp
andendsashp
becausetheinitialvelocityandtimeiszero.
c. Theproje