Ramisa Rahman
Prelab 7
[7.1] Question
a. It is describing the motion of the ball being projected
b. (0, hp)
c. hp
d. up
e. it depends on the direction you choose to be positive. Choosing up to be positive. It should be
-9.81 m/s2.
[7.2] Question
1. veloci
Ramisa Rahman
Prelab 6
[6.1] Question:
a) Springs are used in various aspects of our daily lives in common items such as writing
utensils, motor vehicles, and clocks. The most obvious item springs are used in are
mattresses.
b) The spring in the projectil
GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS II PHYS1402
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Ramisa Rahman
Prelab 6
[6.1]
a. A constant DC current passed through and through an inductor causes a magnetic field to
happen which makes an electromagnet.
b. When AC current goes through current changes which leads to changes in magnetic field
c. If the
Ramisa Rahman
Prelab 8
7/5/17
[8.1]
1. The blue regions correlate to the moment two water waves interfere constructively. Black
regions correlate to moment when two water waves interfere destructively.
2a. Increasing the amplitude does not change anything
Ramisa Rahman
Prelab 3
[3.1] The field is uniform between the plates and the lines are parallel
[3.2] The relationship would be inversely related because C is the ratio of number of charges:
potential difference.
[3.3] The first one wont have an electric
GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS II - PHYS 1402
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Ramisa Rahman
Prelab 9
7/8/17
[9.1]
1. The bright ripples are the areas that the light waves are interfering constructively, and the
dark ripples are the areas that the light waves interfere destructively.
2. The areas of high pressure correspond with the
GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS II PHYS 1402
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Prelab Assignment #1
a.
Click Charts. Chose scatterplot. Label your x and y labels. Then chose a range of
maximum and minimum values.
b.
Click on graph. Click adds chart element and select error bars. Add a value by
clicking more error bar options. Insert
1. Possible units of angular momentum are:
A) kgm/s
B) kgm2/s2
C) kgm/s2
D) kgm2/s
E) none of these
2. Two disks are mounted on low-friction bearings on a common shaft. The first disc has rotational inertia
I and is spinning with angular velocity . The se
Mini-Report 5
Abstract:
The goal of this experiment is to use electrical current to create and consequently map several
specific magnetic fields. Using two coil systems in two configurations we will observe magnetic
induction. This allows us to observe th
Mini Report 6
AC Circuits II
ABSTRACT
In this experiment of AC Circuits II, we did a series of experiment to observe the behavior of the specific
AC circuits. Our data was well fitted the model we calculated so we have confidence about the data we
got.
IN
Lauren Benson
Chapter 1: Electric Field
Pre-Lab: electric field
[1.1] Question:
One problem would be where a person is lifting an object from the ground to a specific height.
The act of lifting and the change in height correspond to work and gravitational
Lauren Benson
Hermana Henry
Mini-Report #10: Waves on a String
Abstract
The goal of this experiment is to create a model that describes the frequency of a system of
waves on a string. Using three different strings for three separate experiments, the group
Lauren Benson
Prelab 3
Due: 9.28.16
Pre-lab Assignment # 3
[3.1]
a. If N doubles, then N decreases (by approx. 30%).
b. If N quadruples, then N also decreases, but this time by approximately 50%.
[3.2]
a. The standard deviation of the mean of heights of a
Lauren Benson
Prelab 10
Prelab #10
[10.1]
d 2 x (t)
F
=a=
a.
m
dt2
1
x ( t )=x 0 +V 0 t+ a t 2
2
dx(t)
=V 0 +at
dt
2
d x (t )
=a
d t2
F
=a
m
b.
y travel ( x ,t )= Asin(k ( xvt ) )
Asin ( k ( xvt ) ) + Asin(k ( x+ vy )
( wk ) ( k ) (t )
w
Asin ( kx( ) ( k
Lauren Benson
Prelab #6
Due: 10.18.16
Prelab 6 Questions
[6.1]
1) The velocity of a spring over one period initially decreases as the spring is let go and when
the mass at that end reaches its farthest distance from the point of release, the velocity hits
Lauren Benson
Prelab #7
Pre-Lab #7
7.1
a. The equations describe the motion of the projectile ball
b. The projectiles starting position is (0,h). The ball begins the path in the horizontal direction, at
the height it is in the vertical direction.
c. The p
Lauren Benson
Prelab #12
Refereeing the Work of Others
[12.1]
Based on my experience in lab this semester, a mini-report absolutely must include the abstract,
introduction, procedure, data, analysis, and conclusion. The abstract functions as a guide for
t
Lauren Benson
Prelab #4
Due: 10/4/16
Prelab 4: Centripetal Force
4.1 Questions
a. Equation 4.1 is a special case of equation 4.4 where the Y or its uncertainty are not
being accounted for due to the fact that Y=0. They are not accounted for in equation 4.
Lauren Benson
Pre-lab #8
[8/1]
a. The lever arm in this scenario is the wrench.
b. The mechanic should apply the force in a perpendicular motion, at a 90 degree angle,
in order to maximize the torque.
c. Since the mechanic is attempting to loosen the bolt
An electron, starting from rest with an opposite to E and
initial electric potential PEI, will always toward values of
move in the direction V > 1734/
q = .\/ large stored on a metallic
_ a parallel plate capacitor,
C: 1pF,with=lVis:
E=0&AV>0\/.
An isolat
Karen Lin
Pre-Lab 4
[4.1]
The maxima of the output current and output voltage do not occur at the same time because P=VI. Thus,
voltage is inversely proportional to current. So as the voltage increases the current must decrease.
[4.2]
Current maximum occu
Karen Lin
Pre-lab 5
[5.1]
a. The physical position that corresponds to z=0 is the center of the circular coil.
b. R is the radius of the loop, so if R=0, then there is no loop so there is no magnetic field.
c. The expression changes to B=(u0*I*N)/2*R
d. B
Jake Nevins
Physics 1502qL
Pre lab 6
Lab 7: Inductance
7.1 Questions:
1. Faradays law of induction is Emf= -N dphi/dT. An emf can be induced inside the coil if
the magnetic flux that runs through the coil is changed.
2. Three different ways to cause an in