Lab 4: Impulse and Momentum
Monica Pujols
Lab Partner: Olivia Kerr
Lab TA: Nick Carrara
Date: 6/5/16
Theory
Any object with momentum is hard to stop, it is necessary to apply a force against its motion
for a given period of time to stop such an object. Th
Tyler Powell
Caitlin Hoey
Shamshad Ahmad
Lab 3; Linear Motion
September 20, 2011
Theory Overview
Motion detectors emit short bursts of electronic sound waves; these sound waves
fill a cone of about 20. The bursts are accompanied by a clicking noise. The c
Lab 1: Linear Motion
Monica Pujols
Lab Partner: Olivia Kerr
Lab TA: Nick Carrara
Date: 5/24/16
Theory
When traveling, the net distance during a defined time interval is referred to as the
displacement. The displacement is expressed mathematically as the c
Post-Lab Questions
1. What structural characteristics did you observe for each type of tissue? Be specific.
Epithelial tissues are made up of densely packed cells with little intercellular material. The packed cells
rest on a basement membrane that
Lab 1: Statistics and Uncertainty
Tina Zicolella
Lab Partners: Ashley Aikhuele and Rachel Szeliga
Lab TA: Mohammad Abedi
Date: 8/27/14
Theory
Uncertainty is a critical factor in measurement. Multiple factors such as systematic error,
measurement precision
Lab 3: Linear Motion
Tina Zicolella
Lab Partner: Oneisha Robinson
Lab TA: Mohammad Abedi
Date: 9/17/14
Theory
Linear motion can be described using values such as displacement (x), velocity
(v), elapsed time (t), and acceleration (a). The displacement of a
Lab 6: Impulse and Momentum
Tina Zicolella
Lab Partner: Michelle Davis
Lab TA: Mohammad Abedi
Date: 10/15/14
Theory
Work and impulse can be compared to energy and change in momentum by studying
the acceleration of a cart. Conservation of momentum can be s
Tina Zicolella
TA M. Abedi
Pre Lab 5: Projectile Motion
10/8/2014
Horizontal
yo
g
9.8
2yo/g
t
x
1.2 0.244898 0.494872
vo
1.5 3.031089
Inclined
yo
g
9.8
2yo/g
vo
vx
x
theta
1.25 0.255102 0.682869 1.792531 3.031089 0.523599
t
The horizontal velocity is less
Lab 5: SERIES AND PARALLEL CIRCUITS
Rukhsana Safi
March 20, 2017
Lab Partner: Dyandra Long
TA: Steven Young
Introduction:
This lab was about the relationship between current, voltage, and resistance. These three
quantities relationship that we used in thi
Lab 8: Moment of Inertia
Tina Zicolella
Lab Partner: Audrey Boadu
Lab TA: Mohammad Abedi
Date: 10/29/14
Theory
The quantities of angular motion and linear motion are comparable in many ways. If
there is no applied torque (force), angular momentum, L, is c
Lab 5: Projectile Motion
Tina Zicolella
Lab Partners: Kayla Husband and Oneisha Robinson
Lab TA: Mohammad Abedi
Date: 10/8/14
Theory
Using a given or measured height, yo, and the acceleration due to gravity, g = 9.8 m/s 2,
the time an object spent falling
Lab 9: Simple Harmonic Oscillators
Tina Zicolella
Lab Partner: Stephanie Adjei
Lab TA: Mohammad Abedi
Date: 11/5/14
Theory
The force of a mass oscillating on a spring is proportional to its displacement, F = -kx
= ma. The displacement of the spring can be
Lab 4: Measuring g
Tina Zicolella
Lab Partners: Oneisha Robinson
Lab TA: Mohammad Abedi
Date: 10/01/14
Theory
At sea level, the average acceleration due to gravity is about 9.8 m/s 2. This value can
change with latitude and elevation. The acceleration, a,
Lab 7: Centripetal Forces
Tina Zicolella
Lab Partner: Shunsa Tarar
Lab TA: Mohammad Abedi
Date: 10/22/14
Theory
The acceleration of an object moving in circular motion points toward the center of
the circle and is defined by a = v 2/r where a is the accel
Lab 10: Density and Buoyancy
Tina Zicolella
Lab Partner: Shannah Rampersaud
Lab TA: Mohammad Abedi
Date: 11/12/14
Theory
A rectangular block has a length, l, a width, w, and a height, h. The area of the
bottom of the block is A=lw and the volume is V=Ah=l
Horizontal
g
yo
9.8
Inclined
g
yo
9.8
2yo/g
t
x
1.2 0.24489796 0.49487166
vo
1.5 3.03108891
2yo/g
t
x
vo
theta
1.25 0.25510204 0.6828688 1.79253061 3.03108891 0.52359878
The horizontal velocity is less than that of problem 1.
The new time is longer than t
Tyler Powell
Caitlin Hoey
Mat Parenti
Lab 8 Moment of Inertia
November 1, 2011
Theory:
When a single unbalanced force is applied to an object, the object undergoes a
linear acceleration; this mass is a measure of the objects resistance to being accelerate
Tyler Powell
Wen Lin
Mat Parenti
Lab 9 Simple Harmonic Oscillators
November 8, 2011
Theory
Simple Harmonic Oscillators track the behavior of instantaneous quantities-mass
displacement, velocity and acceleration measured through the vibration of a mass
att
Tyler Powell
Caitlin Hoey
Shamshad Ahmad
Lab 4; Measuring g
September 26, 2011 12:35-2:35
Theory Overview
Acceleration due to gravity is the acceleration an object experiences in freefall at
the surface of the earth, a value equal to 9.8m/s2 . The purpose
Tyler Powell
Caitlin Hoey
Shamshad Ahmad
Lab 1; Statistics and Uncertainty
August 30 2011-12:35-2:35
Theory Overview
In order to get the most precise data it is critical that theory is compared to
measurement. There is always some uncertainty in a measure
Tyler Powell
Partner
Mat Parenti
Lab 10 Density and Buoyancy
November 15, 2011
Theory
Density is the measure of an objects mass per volume of space that it occupies.
The density of an object determines whether it will float or submerge when placed in a
li
Tyler Powell
Caitlin Hoey
Shamshad Ahmad
Lab 2; Vectors
September 6, 2011-12:35-2:35
Theory Overview
Vectors represent anything with magnitude and direction they also represent
forces. With the addition of vectors one can measure the force required to bal
Tyler Powell
Caitlyn Hoey
Mat, you suck, Parenti
Lab 5; Projectile Motion
October 11, 2011 12:35-2:35
Theory
A projectile is an object that has some sort of initial velocity and therefore only
affected by the gravitational force, g, 9.8m/s2, because the m
Tyler Powell
Theory:
When an object is moving in a circle it has a velocity tangential to the circle. This
velocity is constant but the direction is changing, therefore it has acceleration. Centripetal
force is required to make the object move in a circul
Lab 5: Centripetal Force
Monica Pujols
Lab Partner: Olivia Kerr
Lab TA: Nick Carrara
Date: 6/7/16
Theory
Any motion in a curved path that amounts to an accelerated motion and requires a force
directed toward the center of curvature of the path is describe
Lab 3: Projectile Motion
Monica Pujols
Lab Partner: Olivia Kerr
Lab TA: Nick Carrara
Date: 5/31/16
Theory
A projectile is referred to as an object upon which the only force acting is gravity. If there
were any other force acting upon an object, that objec
Lab 2: Measuring g
Monica Pujols
Lab Partner: Olivia Kerr, Jack and Mary Legawiec
Lab TA: Nick Carrara
Date: 5/29/16
Theory
The main objective of this specific lab was to measure g, the acceleration due to gravity
on the Earths surface. G is equivalent to
Table 1: Rate of Diffusion in Corn Syrup
Table 2: Speed of Diffusion of Different
Molecular Weight Dyes
Time
(sec)
Blue Dye
(mm)
Red Dye
(mm)
Structure
Molecular
Weight
(g/mole)
Total
Distance
Traveled
(mm)
Speed of
Diffusion
(mm/hr)
10
25 mm
15 mm
20
32
Tyler Powell
Caitlyn Hoey
Mat Parenti
Lab 6; Impulse and Momentum
October 18, 2011
Theory
Momentum is essentially mass in motion, it is dependent on the mass and
velocity of an object. In order to change the momentum of an object a force must be
applied,