Sam Ganem, Tom Link, Devin Finnerty
3/8/2017
Mini-Lab Report 5
Lab 5: Magnetic Force
Abstract:
In this experiment, we set out to determine the relationship between the given magnet, the
springs displacement from equilibrium and change in current. In the f
Devin Finnerty
Physics 1502Q
Formal Lab 1
Section 005
Lab 3: Capacitors
Abstract
The purpose of this lab is to examine the effect of plate separation and types and amounts of
dielectrics on capacitance. Capacitance will be tested by two different methods,
Devin Finnerty
Pre-Lab 2
Lab Wednesday 1:25-4:25
Lab 2: Electric Field
[2.1] Question
1. Mass of earth = 5.972 1024 kg
Mean distance = 3.844 x 108 m
Mass of moon = 7.348 1022 kg
m1 m2
F g= 1.982 x 1020 N
R2
2. I think that the electric field will be small
Samuel Ganem
Devin Finnerty
Tom Link
Due: 2/22/17
Lab 4: Kirchhoffs Laws
Abstract:
The goal of this lab was to build simple circuits that includes power supplies and
resistors. Our group collected data consisting of currents and potentials, and compared t
Devin Finnerty
2/14/2017
Prelab: Lab 3- Capacitors
[3.1] Question: Describe the electric field lines between the plates
The electric field lines between the plates will be relatively straight lines going from the positive plate
towards the negative plate.
Devin Finnerty
Physics Lab: Wednesday 1:25
Lab 4: Kirchhoffs Laws
Prelab 4: Kirchhoffs Laws
[4.1] Question:
1.)
a.) Because the set up in 4.2 (a) is a voltage divider if there was only a single resistor then the resulting
Vout would be equivalent to zero.
Devin Finnerty
PreLab 7
Lab Wednesday: Lida Xu
3/23/2017
Chapter 7: Inductance
[7.1] Question:
a.) Why does the induced emf scale directly with N?
It happens because an induced emf generates a current that creates a magnetic field which
opposes the change
Chapter 1: Electric Fields Pre-Lab 1
Devin Finnerty
Lab Wednesday (1:25-4:25)
[1.1] Question:
The concepts of work and gravitational potential energy are constantly visible in daily life. A
perfect physics problem to represent these topics is an apple bei
Devin Finnerty
3/7/17
Lab Wed 1:25
Lab 5: Magnetic Force
Pre-lab 5
[5.1] Question:
1.)
N
m
mg
2.) The equation for the force exerted on my by the string is Force = mass*gravity
3.) Assuming that the hanging mass is stationary, the force on the string shou
Andrew Davidson
Centripetal Force
Pre-lab
4.1
a) Equation 4.1 is just a special case of equation 4.4 where delta Y is equal to 0. For
example, when delta Y = 0, that term drops out of the equation so you are just left with
the equation from 4.1.
b) If the
Chapter 3
Projectile motion pre-lab
Andrew Davidson
3.1
a) When the sample size N is doubled, the confidence interval is lowered because it is inversely
proportional to the size of the data. For example, the more data you have the more confidence you will
Chapter 5: Momentum
Abstract:
In this lab, the goal was to use the theory of conservation of momentum to develop a
model of conservation of momentum and to test the model against experimental results. In this
lab, it was found that as the mass increased,
Physics 1501: Equation Sheet for Exam 1
Physical constants:
G = 6.67 1011 m3 kg1 s2
g = 9.81 m/s2
1D Kinematic Equations for constant acceleration:
x = x0 + v0 t + 12 a t2 , v = v0 + a t
vav = 12 (v + v0 )
, v 2 v02 = 2a (x x0 )
Projectile motion:
ay = g
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
(
)
(
)
5.
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
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,
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*
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 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
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
Kolu Wynne, Trudy, Miraj
Physics 1201 Lab
Mini Report: Momentum
Abstract:
The goal of this experiment was to develop a model that represented the theory of conservation
of momentum. We then tested this model against experimental results to compare this th
Kolu Wynne
Physics 1201
Pre-lab 4
a. In each plot the X axis is considered the independent variable.
b. The best precision is shown in plot D with the data points closer together.
c. The best accuracy is shown in plot B because the data points are all wit
Kolu Wynne
Pre Lab 2
Cube of Semi-major Axis Vs. Square of the Period
16000
14000
12000
10000
Period Squared (Earth Days)
8000
6000
4000
2000
0
0
0.02
0.04
0.06
0.08
Semi-major axis Cubed (AU)
Planet
Name
KEPLER-11
b
KEPLER-11
c
KEPLER-11
d
KEPLER-11
e
KE
Kolu Wynne
Physics 1201 Lab
Pre-lab 5
Question 5.1
The equation for momentum is p = (m)(v) where p represents momentum, m is the mass of the object,
and v is the velocity of the object.
Mass: 1010 90 kg
Velocity: 150 3 km/h
P = 1010 x 150
P = (m)(v) = (10
Kolu Wynne
Pre-lab #3
Question 3.1
a. If N doubles in equation 3.1 then the standard deviation would decrease by half.
b. If N quadruples then the standard deviation would be divided by two, from the previous
question.
Question 3.2
a. No the standard devi
Kolu Wynne
Physics 1201 Lab
Pre-lab 6 Springs
6.1
a. In our daily lives spring technology can be seen almost everywhere. Springs are found in cars
(in the suspension system and doors), hinged doors, ball point pens, watches, toys, automobile
shock absorbe
Kolu Wynne
Physics 1201 Lab
Pre-lab 5
Question 5.1
The equation for momentum is p = (m)(v) where p represents momentum, m is the mass of the object,
and v is the velocity of the object.
Mass: 1010 90 kg
Velocity: 150 3 km/h
P = 1010 x 150
P = (m)(v) = (10
Kolu Wynne
Physics 1201 Lab
Pre-Lab 7
Question 7.1
The equation for the range of a ball is x = v0x (2h/g)1/2. Using this equation I can see that the two
independent variables affecting the range are the initial velocity and the initial height, while the
a
9. Work
W
and Potential
P
E
Energy
Block
k On Incline
w NO frictiion for a disttance d =cfw_d
A maass m = cfw_m is pulled aloong a horizoontal floor with
m. Then
T
the masss is continueed to be pullled up an inccline that maakes an anglee =
cfw_thetaa wi
PHYSICS FOR ENGINEERS I - PHYS1501Q-031
FALL 2015
FINAL EXAM
STUDENT ID _DATE _
NAME (PRINT) _
SIGNATURE_
Problem
Points
Problem
#1
/5
#11
/5
#2
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#12
/5
#3
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#13
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#4
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#14