Iman Harris
@02715789
The Atwood Machine (with Rotary Motion Sensor)
Partners: Bakare, Dana, Jarred
Objective of the Experiment:
The objective of this experiment is to study Newtons Second Law of Motion utilizing the
Atwood Machine and to show that the ac
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Let the right be the positive direction on the line of charges. Use the fact that like charges repel and unlike
charges attract to determine the direction of the forces. In the following expressions,
k 8.988 109 N m2 /C2 .
F65 k
F48 k
(0.35 m) 2
(48 C
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Holt Physics
Problem 19C
ELECTRIC POWER
PROBLEM
In 1994, a group of students at Lawrence Technological University, in
Southfield, Michigan, built a car that combines a conventional diesel engine and an electric dire
1.
Use Coulombs law (Eq. 161) to calculate the magnitude of the force.
F k
5.
Q1Q2
r2
(8.988 109 N m 2 /C2 )
(1.602 1019 C)(26 1.602 1019 C)
(1.5 1012 m)2
2.7 103 N
The charge on the plastic comb is negative, so the comb has gained electrons and has a n
AP Physics 1
Research Notes The Electric Battery; Electric Current
Directions: Provide complete answers/solutions to the following items. Use the Giancoli
Physics Textbook (7th ed.) Pg. 502-505. Answer/solve all items on a separate sheet of
paper.
1. Who
Homework #5: Momentum
1.
(I) What is the magnitude of the momentum of a 28-g sparrow flying with a speed of 8.4 m s ?
2.
(I) A constant friction force of 25 N acts on a 65-kg skier for 20 s. What is the skiers change in
velocity?
3.
(II) A 0.145-kg baseba
Physics
Laboratory Exercise
Rotary Motion
INTRODUCTION
Exercise 1 Rotational Dynamics
Up to this point we have been dealing primarily with translational motion. Translational motion
is the motion of an object
When you studied Newtonian dynamics you learne
LabQuest
Determining g on an Incline
4
During the early part of the seventeenth century, Galileo experimentally examined the concept of
acceleration. One of his goals was to learn more about freely falling objects. Unfortunately, his
timing devices were n
Momentum, Energy and
Collisions
The collision of two carts on a track can be described in terms of momentum conservation and, in
some cases, energy conservation. If there is no net external force experienced by the system of
two carts, then we expect the
Lurga as. if? 1? ,g gt Experiment
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Impulse and Momentum
The impulse-momentum theorem relates impulse, the average force applied to an object times the
length of time the force is applied, and the change in momentum of the o
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
Emily Olusanya
@02648269
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
Emily Olusanya
@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
Emily Olusanya
@02648269
Resonance of Air Columns
Group 4: Samuel Ejigu, Terrell
Tiendrebeogo
Objective:
In this lab we will learn about sound waves and how they are measured using
resonance.
Theory:
The purpose of this lab is to measure the speed of soun
Emily Olusanya
@02648269
Rotation & Torque
Group 4: Samuel Ejigu, Terrell
Tiendrebeogo
Objective:
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
Emily Olusanya
@02648269
Thermal Expansion
Group 4: Samuel Ejigu, Terrell
Tiendrebeogo
Objective:
The purpose of this lab is to measure the linear expansion coefficients of the
given materials.
Theory:
When heat is added to most materials, the average amp
Emily Olusanya
@02648269
Archimedes Principle
Group 4: Samuel Ejigu, Terrell
Tiendrebeogo
Objective:
The purpose of this experiment was to use Archimedes principle to measure
the densities of a given object in the provided liquids.
Theory:
Archimedes prin
Emily Olusanya
@02648269
Ballistic Pendulum
Group 4: Samuel Ejigu, Michaela Harrison,
Terrell Tiendrebeogo
Objective:
The purpose of this experiment is to study the conservation of energy and
momentum using projectile motion.
Theory:
To find the horizonta
Emily Olusanya
@02648269
Simple Harmonic Motion
Group 4: Samuel Ejigu
Objective:
The purpose of this experiment is to study Hookes law and the simple
harmonic motion of a mass oscillating on a spring.
Theory:
In the harmonic motion, the force is proportio
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
Emily Olusanya
@02648269
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
Elexus Johnson
@02684085
RC Circuits
Lab Partners:
Janae Kelly
Timon Hicks
Samuel Henry
OBJECTIVES
Collect voltage-time data for a capacitor in a RC circuit and curve fit the data. Calculate the capacitance
of the capacitor in a RC circuit. Develop a ment
Elexus Johnson
@02684085
Focal Length of Lenses
Partners: Janae Kelly
Objective of the experiment: The objective of this experiment was to measure the
focal length of convex and concave lenses.
Theory: A lens is a transparent object with two refracting su
Elexus Johnson
@02684085
Networks and Wheatstone Bridge
Lab Partners: Janae Kelly
OBJECT: To measure the resistance of an unknown resistor using the slide-wire
Wheatstone bridge and verify the resistance law for two resistors connected in
series and paral
Elexus Johnson
02684085
Ray Tracing
Lab Partners: Janae Kelly Timon Hicks Samuel Henry
Objective of the experiment: The objective of the experiment was to use ray tracing to
obtain focal lengths of lens and mirrors visually.
Theory: Light, indeed any elec
Elexus Johnson
02684085
External Field of a Bar Magnet and Inverse Square Law
Lab Partner: Janae Kelly
OBJECT: To investigate the magnetic field about a bar magnet and to show that it varies inversely as the
square of the distance from an isolated magneti
Ohm's Law
Objective: To demonstrate Ohm's law and to determine the resistance of a given resistor.
Theory: Electric current is the moving of charges from a higher potential to a lower potential. If an
amount of charges, " pass through a cross sectional ar
Breonna Alston
@02713419
Dr. Eastmond
Physics Lab: 002-07
Oscillators and Oscilloscope
Partner:
Janet Mansaray
Objective: To study the features and operation of the oscilloscope; to use the
oscilloscope to measure the frequency and amplitude for various s