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E xperiment I M ass, Volume and Density January 24, 2011
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
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Experiment 3 Projectile Motion February 5, 2011
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
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
Chapter 01: Mind, Behavior, and Psychological Science
1.0 - Chapter 01 Multiple Choice
1. Which of the following statements is a formal definition of psychology?
a. Psychology is the scientific study of human nature.
b. Psychology is the scientific study
Chapter 09: Emotion and Motivation
1.0 - Chapter 09 Multiple Choice
1. The process of _ involves selecting, directing, and sustaining physical and
Chapter 11: Social Psychology
1.0 - Chapter 11 Multiple Choice
1. Which statement correctly characterizes one aspect of Stanley Milgrams study of
a. Subjects were shown an ominous-looking shock machine that was marked 0 to
Chapter 08: States of Consciousness
1.0 - Chapter 08 Multiple Choice
1. Structuralism used the technique of _ to study consciousness.
d. naturalistic observation
Chapter 14: From Stress to Health and Well-Being
1.0 - Chapter 14 Multiple Choice
1. _ refers to the physical and mental response to a challenging or threatening
Chapter 13: Therapies for Psychological Disorders
1. A key common element among different forms of therapy such as psychoanalysis,
behavioral therapy, and drug therapy is a relationship that focuses on
a. improving mental, behavioral, or social functionin
Chapter 07: Development Over the Lifespan
1.0 - Chapter 07 Multiple Choice
1. Which of the following is NOT true of the "Jim twins"?
a. The twins were separated at birth.
b. The IQ scores of the twins were nearly identical.
c. Each smoked the same cigaret
Chapter 06: Thinking and Intelligence
1.0 - Chapter 06 Multiple Choice
1. Cognitive scientists use computers
a. as a tool to study human thought.
b. to generate brain images.
c. as a model of human thought.
d. as a metaphor for human cognition.
e. All of
Chapter 05: Memory
1.0 - Chapter 05 Multiple Choice
1. _ refers to the term for any system that encodes, stores, and retrieves
Page Reference: 172
Topic: What Is Mem
Chapter 03: Sensation and Perception
1.0 - Chapter 03 Multiple Choice
1. Jonathan I. developed _ after sustaining brain injury.
a. loss of hearing
b. cerebral achromatopsia
c. an inability to write words
d. a change in personality
e. phantom pains
Chapter 04: Learning and Human Nurture
1.0 - Chapter 03 Multiple Choice
1. Learning always occurs as a result of
a. changing our emotions.
c. changes in the environment.
d. classical conditioning.
e. internal changes.
Chapter 10: Personality: Theories of the Whole Person
1.0 - Chapter 10 Multiple Choice
1. Mary Calkins is best known for
a. her effective personality tests.
b. her successful therapy to treat depression.
c. her valid psychological personality theories.
Chapter 12: Psychological Disorders
1.0 - Chapter 12 Multiple Choice
1. Rosenhan's study on mental hospitals alerts us to
a. the challenge of getting admitted into an overcrowded psychiatric facility.
b. how difficult it is for patients with psychological
Springs and Elastic Potential
#1: Spring Force
Suppose a mass is attached to a spring and the spring is not being stretched or compressed.
This state of the spring is called the equilibrium state.
If one then pulls the mass and stretches the spring
Ch 1. Introduction and Mathematical
1.1 The Nature of Physics
1.3 The Role of Units in Problem Solving
1.5 Scalars and Vectors
1.6 Vector Addition and Subtraction
1.7 The Components of a Vector
1.8 Addition of
PHY2053 Test Formula Sheet
RIGHT ANGLE TRIGONOMETRY
Rx = Ax + Bx + . Ry = Ay + By + .
H = O 2 + A2
Areas: Circle = r2
= tan 1
R = Rx2 + Ry2
Rectangle: L W
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
Ch. 2 Kinematics in One Dimension
2.2 Speed and Velocity
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
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
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
Solution to Even Problems
Cutnell and Johnson 10th ed.
R = 13 m
42.8 in 2nd quadrant (subtract from 180 = 137.2 )
52 in the 3rd quadrant (add 180o
If an object is moving at some velocity, v, we
can define a new vector called momentum, p:
The momentum vector points in the same
direction as the velocity vector.
Also, there are on special units for
momentum. The units are
Rotational Motional and Energy
#1: Average Angular Speed and
Suppose we are watching a circular disk rotate counter-clockwise and an object rotates with the disk on
the disks edge.
If we wait an amount of time, t, the object will rotate a th
Power and Mechanical
If a force of F is applied to a mass and it is moving at a velocity of v, the power produced by that
force is the dot product of the force and velocity vector. So,
Power = P = F v cos , where is the angle between t
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:
Lecture Notes Page 1
b) Using the answer in a), find the acceler
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