"Plagiarism" is an everlasting topic, since the connotation of deducing the same, different
means and changeful style, "cheating" it has been popular in today. I've also "plagiarism", when
in elementary school, the teachers love to read some of write a go

James Blanas
27May2016
Lab 2: Constant Acceleration
Lab Partner: Caitlin Bailey
Objective:
To determine the relationship between velocity and acceleration, and utilize both
analytical and graphical means to determine the two.
Theory:
When gravity (9.8m/s^

James Blanas
27May2016
Lab 10: Fletchers Cart
Lab Partner: Caitlin Bailey and Kenny Matthieu
Purpose:
To verify the law of conservation of momentum during a collision as well as confirm that
kinetic energy is not conserved when objects touch in a collison

Lab 10: Simple Harmonic Motion
Hannah Bennett
Lab Partners: Ashley Williamson, Teyah Brice
Lab TA: Jay Tian
Lab Time: 11/29/2016 10:15-12:15
Theory
If an applied force varies linearly with position, the force can be defined as F=x where is
called the forc

Lab 8: Moment of Inertia
Hannah Bennett
Lab Partner: Teyah Brice, Ashley Williamson
Lab TA: Jay Tian
Lab Time: 11/15/16 10:1512:15
Theory: Calculating angular motion is very similar to calculating linear motion. In a closed
system, where there is no appli

Title: Cell Structure and Function, Module 1 Lab 2.
Abstract: This lab called for two separate parts. First I had to make a gelatin mold made from
agar and blue coloring. The next day when the mold was solidified, I had to cut it into three
different bloc

Title: Introduction to Science Lab, Module 1.
Abstract: For this lab, I designed and executed an experiment in order to test different
variables that lead to seed germination. I used three independent variables, tap water, Fiji
water, and applied lig

Post-Lab Questions
1. What structural characteristics did you observe for each type of tissue? Be specific.
2. What is the difference between simple, stratified and pseudostratified epithelial tissue?
Simple epithelium tissue is made up of a single layer

Lab 7: Magnetic Fields
Hannah Bennett
Lab Partner: Annelies Vanderveen
Lab TA: Bertrand Carado
Lab Time: 03/28/2017 8:05-10:15
Theory
The magnetic field produced by a circular loop of current- carrying wire increases in strength as
the number of turns of

Lab 5: Series and Parallel Circuits
Hannah Bennett
Lab Partner: Annelies Vanderveen
Lab TA: Bertrand Carado
Lab Time: 03/07/2017 8:05-10:15
Theory
The calculated equivalent resistances for the series circuits will abide by the equation Req = R1 +
R2 and f

Lab 6: RC Circuits
Hannah Bennett
Lab Partner: Annelies Vanderveen
Lab TA: Bertrand Carado
Lab Time: 03/20/2017 8:05-10:15
Theory
According to Ohms Law, when a capacitor is connected across a resistor and a battery, current
will flow. The time it takes to

Lab 4: Ohms Law
Hannah Bennett
Lab Partner: Annelies Vanderveen
Lab TA: Bertrand Carado
Lab Time: 02/28/2017 8:05-10:15
Theory
Ohm's law states that the current I that flows in a circuit is directly proportional to the voltage
V across the resistance R of

Lab 3: Current Balance: Magnetic Forces
Hannah Bennett
Lab Partner: Annelies Vanderveen
Lab TA: Bertrand Carado
Lab Time: 02/14/2017 8:05-10:15
Theory
According to the theory that F = mg = (oLI2 )/ 2r, as the weight on the upper wire the
increased, the cu

Lab 1: Electrical Force
Hannah Bennett
Lab Partner: Annelies Vanderveen
Lab TA: Bertrand Carado
Lab Time: 01/31/2017 8:05-10:15
Theory
There are four main forces in the world; Electrostatic, Gravity, Strong Nuclear and Weak
Nuclear. If a mass was to be pu

Lab 2: Electrical Fields and Potential
Hannah Bennett
Lab Partner: Annelies Vanderveen
Lab TA: Bertrand Carado
Lab Time: 02/07/2017 8:05-10:15
Theory
An electric field is any space that will exert force on a present test charge whose magnitude is
shown wi

Brown University
Physics Department Study Guide
PHYS 0060
Ohms Law Study Guide
OHMS LAW
INTRODUCTION
Recently you have heard many ways of reducing energy consumption in the home. One of
the suggested ways is to use 60-W light bulbs rather than 100-W bulbs

James Blanas
27May2016
Lab 7: Friction
Lab Partner: Caitlin Bailey
Objective:
To determine what factors have an effect on static and kinetic friction.
Theory:
Frictional force is directly proportional to the normal force, and when on a horizontal
surface

James Blanas
27May2016
Lab 7: Friction
Lab Partner: Caitlin Bailey and Kenny Matthieu
Objective:
To confirm that net work done on a system is equivalent to the systems change in kinetic
energy.
Theory:
The Work-Energy Theorem states that the total amount

James Blanas
27May2016
Lab 6: Projectile Motion
Lab Partner: Caitlin Bailey
Objective:
To find the initial velocity of a projectile and predict its range using this information and
projectile motion theory.
Theory:
A projectiles y value of velocity will b

PHY145 Physics Lab I and PHY245 Physics Lab III, Fall 2016
Lab Schedule & Contact Information
All labs are held in room PH119
Monday
8:00 AM
8:30 AM
9:00 AM
9:30 AM PHY145-L002
10:00 AM
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10:30 AM M 9:20-11:20am
11:00 AM
Laila
11:30 AM PHY145-L004
12:0

Physics Room 224 Tutoring Hours
The class taught by the TA is listed under their name, but any TA can help with any
physics course, so feel free to a7end tutoring at the 8me most convenient for you.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
9-10
Selman Ipe

Lab 1: Simple Harmonic Motion
Jane Doe
Lab Partner: John Dee
Lab TA: Tony Nomme
Lab Time: 1/29/15 8:05-10:05
Theory
An ideal spring, when displaced (stretched or compressed), responds with a restoring force proportional
to the displacement from equilibriu

Phy 145 Lab 7
Centripetal Force
CENTRIPETAL FORCE
SUMMARY:
You will measure the centripetal force acting on an object moving in a circle, as well as its
angular velocity. You will also observe a ball on a vertical loop and investigate how much
speed is re

Phy 145
Lab 5
Projectile Motion
1
PROJECTILE MOTION
SUMMARY:
You will measure the distance that a ball shot from a spring
loaded gun travels before hitting the ground when the gun is
horizontal. From that distance you will calculate the velocity
with whic

Lab 1: Simple Harmonic Motion
Julie Jones
Lab Partner: John Jackson
Lab TA: Tony Gai
Lab Time: 1/29/15 8:05-10:05
Theory:
An ideal spring, when displaced (stretched or compressed), responds with a restoring
force proportional to the displacement from equi

Phy 145
Lab 10
Simple Harmonic Motion
SIMPLE HARMONIC OSCILLATORS
SUMMARY:
You will determine the spring constant of a spring by observing
the displacement due to various masses. You will then use the
spring and mass as a simple oscillator, and determine

If You Are Uncertain About Uncertainty
Most physics students find the concept of uncertainty to be enigmatic; this does not need to
be the case. Uncertainty is both an essential and useful component of experimental physics and is
not as difficult to maste

Phy 145
Lab 9
Density and Buoyancy
DENSITY AND BUOYANCY
SUMMARY:
You will measure volumes and masses to compute
density, and measure displaced volumes and
buoyancy forces.
THEORY:
The area A of the bottom of a rectangular block of length L, width w, and h

James Blanas
27May2016
Lab 7: Friction
Lab Partner: Caitlin Bailey
Objective:
To determine what factors have an effect on static and kinetic friction.
Theory:
Frictional force is directly proportional to the normal force, and when on a horizontal
surface