Conservation and Momentum Lab Analysis and Conclusions 1. See data table attached. 2. P=mv C1T1=P=(0.720)(0.53)= 0.38592 kgxm/s C1T2=P=(0.720)(0.64)= 0.7602 kgxm/s C2T1=0.675 C2T2=0.580 3. P=mv where v=0; all trial with either cart equals 0 4. No, be
Measuring Power Lab DISCUSSION QUESTIONS: 1. The factors that were important in determining how much power was produced is your mass, the distance you had to move your mass and the distance you ran up the stairs.
2. Physical characteristics that pro
Lecture Focus Questions 1-5
1. What are the goals of string theory?
a. Resolution of Conflict between GR and QM
i. Possible technological applications
ii. Better understand black holes
iii. Better understand the early universe
b. The theory of everything