Natasha Tavares January 24, 2011 PHY 2048L
E xperiment I M ass, Volume and Density January 24, 2011
P urpose:
1. To become familiar with basic measurement tools such as the venier
caliper, micrometer and weighing balance.
2. To learn how to use the concep
Natasha Tavares February 5, 2011 PHY 2048L 004
Experiment 3 Projectile Motion February 5, 2011
Purpose:
1. To measure and verify the flight range and time of a ball launched at
an angle . Theory: Two equations can describe the projectile motion. is the an
Natasha Tavares January 28, 2011 PHY 2048L
Experiment 2 Acceleration due to Gravity January 28, 2011
Purpose:
1. To measure acceleration of a falling object. Making sure that the only
force on the object is the gravitational force. Theory: The density of
Question 1
0.3 out of 0.3 points
A body moves with constant speed in a straight line. Which of the
following statements must be true?
Selected
Answer:
E.
Answers:
A.
A net force of zero acts on the body.
No force acts on the body.
B.
A single constant fo
8/19/2015
Ch 1. Introduction and Mathematical
Concepts
1.1 The Nature of Physics
1.2 Units
1.3 The Role of Units in Problem Solving
1.4 Trigonometry
1.5 Scalars and Vectors
1.6 Vector Addition and Subtraction
1.7 The Components of a Vector
1.8 Addition of
Experiment 4: Force table
Name: Tatevik Malisetyan
Lab Partner: Peter Ramdhan
Lab Instructor: Dr. Shen Li Qiu
Lab Section: PHY2048L-009
Date performed: February 8, 2017
Date submitted: February 15, 2017
PURPOSE
The purpose of this experiment is to learn h
Experiment 5: Atwoods Machine
Name: Tatevik Malisetyan
Lab Partner: Peter Ramdhan
Lab Instructor: Dr. Shen Li Qiu
Lab Section: PHY2048L-009
Date performed: February 15, 2017
Date submitted: February 22, 2017
PURPOSE
The purpose of this experiment was to a
Experiment 2: Acceleration due to gravity
Name: Tatevik Malisetyan
Lab Partner: Peter Ramdhan
Lab Instructor: Dr. Shen Li Qiu
Lab Section: PHY2048L-009
Date performed: January 25, 2017
Date submitted: February 1, 2017
PURPOSE
The purpose of this experimen
Experiment 6: Collision
Name: Tatevik Malisetyan
Lab Partner: Peter Ramdhan and Jaelle Hector
Lab Instructor: Dr. Shen Li Qiu
Lab Section: PHY2048L-009
Date performed: February 22, 2017
Date submitted: March 1, 2017
PURPOSE
The purpose of this experiment
PHY2053 Test Formula Sheet
Test I
RIGHT ANGLE TRIGONOMETRY
RESULTANT VECTOR
Rx = Ax + Bx + . Ry = Ay + By + .
O
H
A
cos =
H
O
tan =
A
sin =
H = O 2 + A2
Areas: Circle = r2
Ry
Rx
= tan 1
R = Rx2 + Ry2
Square: L2
Rectangle: L W
Triangle: bh
EQUATIONS
PHY 2053 Review Test I
Show all work in the spaces provided where appropriate. Label answer with its unit when appropriate.
1. Today, the standard unit of mass is defined in terms of:
_
2. The surface of a circular lake has an area of 15.5 km2. (a) What i
8/19/2015
Ch. 2 Kinematics in One Dimension
2.1 Displacement
2.2 Speed and Velocity
2.3 Acceleration
2.4 Equations of Kinematics for Constant Acceleration
2.5 Applications of the Equations of Kinematics
2.6 Freely Falling Bodies
2.7 Graphical Analysis of
8/19/2015
Ch. 3 Kinematics in Two Dimensions
3.3 Projectile Motion
3.3 Projectile Motion
The motion of an object near the Earths surface that is given an initial
horizontal velocity vox describes a 2-D curved path referred to as: projectile
motion. The a
Solution to Even Problems
Cutnell and Johnson 10th ed.
Ch01
Speed
#2
(a)
#16
H
6.9 m
#46
R
3.00 m
#50
R = 13 m
54.7
km
h
(b)
Speed
15.2
m
s
42.8 in 2nd quadrant (subtract from 180 = 137.2 )
52 in the 3rd quadrant (add 180o
232o )
Ch02
#28
a
#44
(a)
#46
v0
Session 4
a) How far does the spring compress before the mass stops?
Sessions Page 1
b) What is the magnitude of the spring force when the mass stops?
c) What is the speed of the mass when the amount of the spring force is 1000 N?
Sessions Page 2
Sessions
Electric Fields and Gauss Law
#1: Electric Fields
When trying to find the electric force on a
charge, two or more charges are needed.
In other words, a single charge, by itself, does
not produce a force on itself.
Electric fields, as we will see, allow
Ethan Canuel
11/04/2015
Battery Magnet
Project
Materials
D Battery
Iron nail
Metal objects
Copper wire
Step 1 : Wrap the copper wire on the iron
nail multiple times and the copper wire has
to be tight .
Step 2 : Put the end tips of the copper wire
and
Question 1
0.3 out of 0.3 points
You walk 12 km south and then 5 km east. Your resultant
displacement is
Selected
Answer:
B.
Answers:
A.
13 km at an angle of 67.4
south of east.
13 km at an angle of 22.6
south of east.
B.
13 km at an angle of 67.4
south
Canuel 1
Carl Canuel
Grant Gibbard PHY 2048L Section 002
Lab Date 01/19/16 Report Date 01/26/16
Experiment 1: Mass, Volume and Density
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was for students to understand and learn about the measurement
tools we will use fo
Question 1
0.3 out of 0.3 points
You drive for 30 min for 30 km East and then another 30 min for 40
km North. Your average speed for the entire trip is
Selected
Answer:
C.
Answers:
A.
70
km/h.
40
km/h.
B.
60
km/h.
C.
70
km/h.
D.
80
km/h.
E.
50
km/h.
Ques
Question 1
0.3 out of 0.3 points
In doing a calculation, you arrive at an expression in which the
numerator is in kilometers and the denominator is in meters per second.
When the calculation is completed, the result will be in units of
Selected
Answer:
B
EXPERIMENT 8.1
Rigid Bodies lab
Spring 2015
Purpose
The purpose of this lab is to study the movement of a rigid-body such as
cylinders or spheres while they are rotating about their axes. From this we can see
how the different objects rotate and also lear
Electric Charges and Electric Force
#1: Electric Charges
The atom consists of a nucleus of protons and neutrons surrounded by orbiting electrons (quantum mechanically
speaking, the electrons are really not orbiting)
These particles can have an intrinsic p
Examples:
1) Drop a ball from a height of h:
a) What is the speed when it hits the ground using conservation of energy?
There are no non-conservative forces:
And,
Lecture Notes Page 1
So,
Technically:
Free fall:
b) Using the answer in a), find the acceler
Waves and Simple Harmonic
Motion
#1: Waves
A wave is physically a disturbance that propagates
through a system. For instance, a water wave is
disturbance of the water molecules that
propagates through the water.
A wave can be of form of a pulse, produci