Prioleau 1
Diandra Prioleau
Lab Partners: Porschia Tolbert and Shaquille Lewis
Lab 5: Work Kinetic Energy Theorem: W = KE
February 11, 2014
Prioleau 2
Introduction
Objective: The objective of this experiment was to calculate work by determining the change
Prioleau 1
Diandra Prioleau
Lab Partners: Porschia Tolbert and Shaquille Lewis
Lab 10: Harmonic Motion
March 25, 2014
Prioleau 2
Introduction
Objective: This objective of this experiment was to demonstrate Hookes Law through harmonic
motion. The theory be
Diandra Prioleau
Lab Partners: Porschia Tolbert and Shaquille Lewis
Lab 3: Instantaneous Velocity versus Average Velocity; Acceleration
January 28, 2014
Prioleau 2
Introduction
Objective: The objective of the experiment was to determine the average and in
Prioleau 1
Diandra Prioleau
Lab Partners: Porschia Tolbert and Shaquille Lewis
Lab 9: Archimedes Principle
March 18, 2014
Prioleau 2
Introduction
Objective: The objective of this experiment was to demonstrate Archimedes Principle in concept
and in magnitu
Prioleau 1
Diandra Prioleau
Lab Partners: Porshia Tolbert and Shaquille Lewis
Lab 4: The Inclined Plane and Frictional Force
February 4, 2014
Prioleau 2
Introduction
Objective: The objective of this experiment was to calculate the normal force, the kineti
Prioleau 1
Diandra Prioleau
Lab Partners: Porschia Tolbert and Shaquille Lewis
Lab 8: Torque and Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies
March 4, 2014
Prioleau 2
Introduction
Objective: For part one, the objective was to balance a meter stick with and without weights
Diandra Prioleau
Lab Partners: Shaquille, Ali
Lab 1: Laboratory Fundamentals and Data Analysis
January 14, 2013
Introduction
The objective of this experiment was to understand the importance of taking data, using
standard measurements, how to analyze data
Prioleau 1
Diandra Prioleau
Lab Partner: Shaquille Lewis
Lab 2: Measurements and Instrumentation
January 21, 2014
Prioleau 2
Introduction
Objective: The purpose of this experiment was to practice using laboratory instruments to
measure objects and analyze
Prioleau 1
Diandra Prioleau
Lab 7: Rotational Motion and Moment of Inertia
Lab Partners: Porschia Tolbert and Shaquille Lewis
February 25, 2014
Prioleau 2
Introduction
Objective: The objective of this experiment was to compare measured values of rotationa
Prioleau 1
Diandra Prioleau
Lab Partners: Porschia Tolbert and Shaquille Lewis
Lab 6: Conservation of Linear Momentum
February 18, 2014
Prioleau 2
Introduction
Objective: The objective of this experiment was to verify the principle of conservation of
mome
Diandra Prioleau
Lab Partners: Shaquille Lewis and Ali Abdelrahman
Lab 1: Laboratory Fundamentals and Data Analysis
January 14, 2013
Prioleau 2
Introduction
The objective of this experiment was to understand the importance of taking data, to use
standard
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A wheel of diameter 73 cm has an axle of
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In a hydrogen atom, the electron in orbit
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A dog pulls on a pillow with a force of 8.6 N
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A car, initially at rest, travels 20 m in 4 s along
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A 32.9 g mass is attached to a horizontal
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Objective
This experiment was performed to compare measured values of rotational inertia
to values calculated using the theory that well be explained below in the theory section of
this report. The rotational inertia of both discrete masses and extended b
Objective
This experiment was performed to gain understanding of the conservation of
linear momentum.
Theory
The total linear momentum of a system involving the collision between two objects will
not be altered during collision according to Newtons third
Objective
The purpose of this experiment is to understand the concept of harmonic motion,
using Hookes Law and the properties of an oscillating spring.
Theory and Introduction
Harmonic motion or simple harmonic motion is an important part of Physic.
Harmo
Objective
The purpose of this experiment is to understand the concept of harmonic motion,
damping oscillators, and relationship between the amplitude, time, and oscillations.
Theory
Harmonic motion or simple harmonic motion is an important part of Physic.
Objective
The purpose of this experiment is to demonstrate Archimedes Principle both in
concept and in magnitude.
Introduction
Archimedes Principle will be tested by measuring the buoyant force acting on a
submerged object. The buoyant force of four diffe