HOWARD UNIVERSITY
PHYS 001-RECITATON ASSIGNMENT # 6
Part I. Calculating the Amount of Work Done by Forces
When a force acts to cause an object to be displaced, three quantities must be known in order
to calculate the work. Those three quantities are force
HOWARD UNIVERSITY
PHYS 001-RECITATON ASSIGNMENT # 7
Part I. Work and Energy Practice Problems
1) Find the work done by a force of 300.0 N exerted on an object to lift it vertically to a
distance of 240.0 cm above the ground.
Answer:
The work done on the o
Vector Force Table
By: Safiyyah Mitchell
@02731676
Lab Partners: Ayanna Dallas, Milan Bullock, Zach Graham
Objective: The objective of this experiment is to study vectors and compare
the experimental results with graphical and analytical calculations. We
PHYS 2211L
LAB 7
Torque & Equilibrium
Purpose
In this experiment we will use the principle of rotational equilibrium to create a simple
mass scale using a meter stick. We will investigate the concept of center of gravity and
torque and we will calculate t
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FILM TWO: AMERICAN TONGUES
Go to http:/bit.ly/amtongues. Watch all 11 episodes. Answer the questions below.
1.
List four factors that contribute to the forma
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Rectilinear Motion
Partners:
Priscilla Carpenter
Bria LaFrance
Derin Shodipo
Objective: The purpose of this experiment is to analyze the relationship between the angle of an
incline and the normal force with the parallel forces of
Emily Olusanya
@02648269
Michaela Harrison
Measurements.
Objective:
The purpose of this experiment was to measure the volume,
calculate their density, and to find the standard deviation and percent
error of the objects (sphere, block, cylinder)
Theory:
To
Measurements Lab
By: Safiyyah Mitchell
@02731676
Lab Partners: Ayanna Dallas, Milan Bullock, Zach Graham
Objective: The objective of this experiment is to measure the volume of
different solid objects, calculate the density of objects, and find the standa
Rectilinear Motion Lab
By: Safiyyah Mitchell
@02731676
Lab Partners: Ayanna Dallas and Milan Bullock
Objective: The objective of this experiment is to analyze the relationship
between the angle of an incline and the normal and parallel forces of an
object
Conservation of Momentum
By: Safiyyah Mitchell
@02731676
Lab Partners: Ayanna Dallas and Milan Bullock
Objective: The objective of this experiment is to study the conservation of
momentum using projectile motion.
Theory: The conservation of momentum means
Simple Harmonic Motion
By: Safiyyah Mitchell
@02731676
Lab Partners: Ayanna Dallas and Milan Bullock
Objective: The objective of this experiment is to study the behavior of
springs in static and dynamic situations. Using Hookes Law, the spring
constant K
The Atwood Machine
By: Safiyyah Mitchell
@02731676
Lab Partners: Milan Bullock, Ayanna Dallas, Zach Graham, and Desmond
Okah
Objective: The objective of this experiment is to verify Newtons Second
Law of Motion using the Atwood Machine. It demonstrates ho
Rotation and Torque (Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies)
By: Safiyyah Mitchell
@02731676
Lab Partners: Ayanna Dallas, Milan Bullock, Desmond Okah
Objective: The objective is to learn the concept of torque, study the use of a
balanced meter stick, and study the c
Thermal Expansion
By: Safiyyah Mitchell
@02731676
Lab Partners: Ayanna Dallas, Milan Bullock, and Desmond Okah
Objective: The objective of this experiment is to measure the coefficient of
linear expansion for each given material.
Theory: In the previous l
Resonance of Air Columns
By: Safiyyah Mitchell
@02731676
Lab Partners: Ayanna Dallas, Milan Bullock, and Desmond Okah
Objective: The objective of this experiment is to determine the velocity of
sound in air using resonance of a close-end air column.
Theor
Archimedes Principle
By: Safiyyah Mitchell
@02731676
Lab Partners: Ayanna Dallas, Milan Bullock, and Desmond Okah
Objective: The objective of this experiment is to use Archimedes principle
to measure the densities of a given solid in different types of li
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Rectilinear Motion
Group 4: Samuel Ejigu, Michaela Harrison,
Terrell Tiendrebeogo
Objective:
The purpose of this experiment is to examine the relationship
between the incline of an angle with normal and parallel forces. We will
th
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@02648269
Specific Heat of Solids
Group 4: Samuel Ejigu, Terrell
Tiendrebeogo
Objective:
The purpose of this experiment is to determine the specific heat of a given
solid specimen.
Theory:
When an object is placed in thermal contact with a
HOWARD UNIVERSITY
PHYS 001-RECITATON ASSIGNMENT # 8
One of the most powerful laws in physics is the law of momentum conservation. The law of
momentum conservation can be stated as follows.
For a collision occurring between object 1 and object 2 in an isol
HOWARD UNIVERSITY
PHYS 001-RECITATON ASSIGNMENT # 9
Chapter 9- Torque and Rotational Equilibrium
Torque
Torque causes an object to rotate. It depends on the force and the point at which the force is
applied relative to the axis of rotation. Specifically,
The Atwood Machine
Objective of the Experiment
To confirm the correlation between acceleration and force in studying Newtons
second law of motion with the Atwood Machine.
Theory
The first equation used in this experiment was to find the acceleration of gr
Simple Harmonic Motion
Objective of the Experiment
To study simple harmonic oscillation of a certain mass on a spring to confirm
Hookes Law.
Theory
The first equation used in this experiment was to determine the frequency. This
was found using the equatio
Objective of the Experiment:
The objective of this experiment is to study the elements of projectile motion and the law of
conservation of momentum. We will also be looking at the conservation of energy, whether it be
kinetic or potential.
Theory:
Formula
Objective of the Experiment:
The objective of this experiment is to study the relationship between the angle of an incline, the
normal force, and the parallel forces. By doing this experiment, a student should be able to
calculate frictional constant, .
T
Ojective of the Experiment:
The objective of this experiment is to observe Newtons Second Law of Motion in action.
Students will be utilizing an Atwood Machine in order to calculate the experimental acceleration.
Then, they will proceed to compare it to t
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Vector Force Table
Group 4: Samuel Ejigu, Michaela Harrison,
Terrell Tiendrebeogo
Objective:
The purpose of this experiment was to find the weight and angle
that balanced out the given forces (Vectors A,B,C) so that they could be
Emily Olusanya
@02648269
The Atwood Machine
Group 4: Samuel Ejigu, Michaela Harrison,
Terrell Tiendrebeogo
Objective:
The purpose of this experiment was to learn about Newtons Second Law of
motion, with the use of the Atwood Machine. This experiment will