LAB 1 Report: Measurement and Uncertainty
Fall Semester 2016
Objective 1: Todays lab, we will understand the different reasons for error when
reading scales by evaluating the uncertainty for a ruler, caliper
Foundation of Computer Science Lab
Namespaces allows us to group a set of global
classes, objects and/or functions under a name.
Namespaces provide a method for preventing
name conflicts in large projects.
After you complete this experiment you will be able to implement and use dynamic arrays.
Scope of Variable Names
After you complete this experiment you will be able to determine the scope of a variable name.
The scope is the
Intro to Logic Design
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT - 1
1. Convert each of the following decimal Numbers to Binary, Octal, and Hexadecimal
2. Convert each of the binary numbers to octal, hexadecimal and decimal numbers.
Strings and Structs
What are strings?
Strings are character arrays in which the last
used index is a null character \0
Strings are one of the most commonly used
data types in programming
Strings can be used for a number of functio
COP 2220 class
September 24, 2015
Program 1 beverage while loop*/
/greets the user
/takes the quantities of each brand and displays the totals onto
Experiment 1:Mass, Volume and Density
The purpose of this experiment was to become more comfortable and
familiar when using some of the common measurement tools in the lab. The lab also
allowed the practice of significant figures, calculating percent erro
Experiment 2: Acceleration due to Gravity
The purpose of this experiment was to measure the acceleration due to gravity of a
falling object while varying the size of the object, the mass, and the distance from
which it is falling. We will perform a series
Experiment 3: Projectile Motion
The purpose of the experiment is to find the flight range and time at various
angles by launching a plastic ball from a projectile launcher for several trials. A
photogate, photogate bracket, time-of flight timing pad, an i
Experiment 4: Force Table
The purpose of this experiment was to grasp the concept of adding a set of
vectors using the following three methods: Graphical, analytical, and experimental.
For this experiment the difference between a scalar and a vecto
Introduction to Unix
After you complete this experiment you will be able to:
a. log into unix;
b. log out of unix;
c. display the content of a file to the