Christopher Gutierrez
PHYS 1501 Q 032 L
Pre-Lab 4
Y
X Y
A. f |c| X = f f
+
| X|
0
X 0
other because f f
+
| X|
. When you replace Y = 0 both sides are equal to each
= f |c| X
B. (24 x 9.8 + 26 x 9.8) / (25 x 9.8) = 2
C. 150.4 plus or minus 0.6 kg.
Tables Combined
Planet name Period (Earth days) Semi-major axis (AU)
KEPLER-10 b
0.837
0.017
KEPLER-17 b
1.486
0.026
KEPLER-9 d
1.593
0.027
KEPLER-41 b
1.856
0.029
KEPLER-2 b
2.205
0.039
KEPLER-45 b
2.445
0.03
KEPLER-1 b
2.471
0.036
KEPLER-43 b
3.024
0.04
Garrett Daly
2/28/17
Pre-Lab 6
1. The velocity of an oscillating spring over one period begins with a slow but accelerating velocity
downwards. As the spring stretches and reaches its final stretched position from the downward
force it was experiencing, i
Planet Name
Period
KEPLER-11 b
KEPLER-11 c
KEPLER-11 d
KEPLER-11 e
KEPLER-11 f
KEPLER-11 g
10.304
13.025
22.687
31.996
46.687
118.364
Semimajor
Axis
0.092
0.108
0.156
0.196
0.252
0.469
Square of
Period
Cube of
Semi-major
Axis
106.172416
169.650625
514.699
Physics 1501
Professor Jason Hancock
23 September 2013
Pre Lab 5
5.1
p=m*v
p=2229*93.2= 207742.8
y
y
(p)= |p|( x+
x
1.86
+
=22636.8
( 198.4
2229 93.2 )
( p )=207742.8
p=207742.822636.8
5.2
Greatest change in momentum from largest to smallest
b. The ba
Physics 1501Q
Professor Jason Hancock
28 October 2013
Pre Lab 8
8.1
a) It is the distance from the access of rotation to the line of force. So from bolt to
line of force.
b) He should apply if force perpendicular to the wrench to obtain maximum torque.
It
Physics 1501
Professor Jason Hancock
14 October 2013
Pre-lab 6
1. We use springs every day in our life. They are in pens, battery compartments,
appliances, and much more.
2. The spring is usually used to either launch things or to create pressure on an
ob
Physics 1501
Professor Hancock
23 September 2013
Pre-Lab 3
3.1
1. If N doubles then the standard deviation of the mean gets smaller.
2. If N quadruples then the standard deviation of the mean gets even smaller because
the top number is getting divided by
Physics 1501
Professor Jason Hancock
16 September 2013
Pre-Lab 2
Questions 2.2
1. To create a formula in excel you type the equals sign, then select the first cell you
want to work with. Then type the appropriate symbol for the operation you wish
to do th
Physics 1501: Lecture 11
Todays Agenda
Topics
U-F Relation
Momentum
Introduce Collisions
Physics 1501: Lecture 11, Pg 1
Conservative Forces and Potential Energy
We have defined potential energy for conservative forces
U = -W
But we also now that
W = Fxx
C
Garrett Daly
Activity 1: Pre-Assignment
1. To create a scatter plot for any given data table, one must first select the data they wish to use.
Next, under the insert tab, choose the scatter plot option. This will automatically create a scatter
plot and it
Garrett Daly
2/28/17
Lab 4 Centripetal Force
Abstract
In this experiment, the goal is to simply measure tension in a string using an
apparatus where one can find the centripetal force using different independent
variables (weight of masses and length of s
Prelab 4
Garrett Daly
a. For equation 4.1, if
Y
=0 . Then, if we let f =cX
Y =0 then
|Y |
you would get:
f |c| X
b. The force due to gravity would have no uncertainty because gravity being 9.81 m/s 2 is constant,
therefore it cannot hold another value.
c.
Christopher Gutierrez
Phys-1501Q 032L
2/3/2015
Pre-Lab 1
Activity 1 Pre-Lab
A. To create a scatter-plot in Microsoft Excel, one must enter the data in the spread sheet in
the column it corresponds with. Then the X and Y axis data must be highlighted.
Foll
Christopher Gutierrez
PHYS 1501Q-032L
Pre-Lab 5
[5.1]
Momentum= 42083.33 kg m/s
Uncertainty= 79.238 kg m/s
[5.2]
1) The ball is moving with constant velocity, hits a wall and bounces back with its original speed.
2) The ball is moving with constant veloci
Christopher Gutierrez
PHYS 1501Q-032L
3/10/2015
Pre-Lab 6
1. The use of springs in daily life include them in the pens we write with, the spring
mattresses we sleep on, the trampolines we jump on, and in the vehicles we drive in.
2. The springs function i
Christopher Gutierrez
PHYS1501Q-032L
April 21, 2015
Pre-lab 11: Specific Heat
11.1
Because its the change in temperature and that is equal for both units since kelvin is just
adding 273 to Celsius.
11.2
Because metal is very conductive of heat so in turn
Christopher Gutierrez
PHYS 1501-032L
4/28/15
Pre-Lab 12
I think a few of the most important things a mini-report should include are
the procedure, the data, and the error/validity of the experiment. The procedure is
important because the more detailed it
Christopher Gutierrez
PHYS 1501 Q - 032 L
planet name
KEPLER-11 b
KEPLER-11 c
KEPLER-11 d
KEPLER-11 e
KEPLER-11 f
KEPLER-11 g
period
semi-major axis Period^2 (semi-major axis)^3
y-value
0.092 106.1724
0.000778688
106.017592512
10.304
13.025
0.108 169.6506
Garrett Daly
2/28/17
Lab 4 Centripetal Force
Abstract
In this experiment, the goal is to simply measure tension in a string using an apparatus where one
can find the centripetal force using different independent variables (weight of masses and length of
s
Garrett Daly
2/14/17
1. In equation 3.1, if N doubles, then the standard deviation of the mean is reduced by a factor of
the square root of 2 divided by 2.
2. In equation 3.1, if N quadruples, then the standard deviation of the mean is reduced by a factor
Physics 1501: Lecture 15
Todays Agenda
Topics
Angular Momentum for straight line motion
Gyroscopes
Physics 1501: Lecture 15, Pg 1
More Notes on Angular Momentum
A freely moving particle has a definite angular momentum
about any given axis.
For example, a
Physics 1501: Lecture 13
Todays Agenda
Topics
Moments of Inertia
Torque
Physics 1501: Lecture 13, Pg 1
Lecture 13, ACT 1
Lecture
ACT
Review - Rotational Representations
Review
Your goofy friend likes to talk in physics speak. She sees a disk
spinning and
Physics 1501: Lecture 7
Circular motion and Newtons Laws
Physics 1501: Lecture 7, Pg 1
Lecture 7, ACT 1
Lecture ACT
Two-body dynamics
A block of mass m, when placed on a rough inclined plane
( > 0) and given a brief push, keeps moving down the plane
with
Physics 1501: Lecture 2
Todays Agenda
Todays Topic - Review of Vectors
Coordinate systems
Math with vectors
Unit vectors
Physics 1501: Lecture 2, Pg 1
Coordinate Systems
In 1 dimension, only 1 kind of system,
Linear Coordinates
(x)
+/In 2 dimensions there
Homework 4
Chapter 5: 35, 37, 42, 51
Additional Problems:
1. The figure below shows an arrangement in which four disks are suspended by cords.
The longer, top cord loops over a frictionless pulley and pulls with a force of magnitude
82 N on the wall to wh
Homework 7
Chapter 9: 17, 27, 29, 30, 35, 39
Additional Problems:
1. In the figure, a stationary block explodes into two pieces L and R that slide across a
frictionless floor and then into regions with friction, where they stop. Piece L, with a
mass of 1.
Homework 8
Chapter 10: 22, 34, 41, 42, 51, 57, 69
Additional Problems:
1. Calculate the rotational inertia of a meter stick, with mass 0.70 kg, about an axis
perpendicular to the stick and located at the 19 cm mark. (Treat the stick as a thin rod.)
Ans. 0
Homework 6
Chapter 7: 44, 48, 58, 59
Additional Problems:
1. The block in the figure below lies on a horizontal frictionless surface and is attached to
the free end of the spring, with a spring constant of 55 N/m. Initially, the spring is at its
relaxed l
Homework 5
Chapter 6: 31, 36, 46, 54, 55, 77
Additional Problems:
1. A glob of slime is launched or dropped from the edge of a cliff. Which of the graphs in
the figure below could possibly show how the kinetic energy of the glob changes during
its flight?