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HYPOTHESIS WORKSHEET ANSWERS
NOTE: The answers below are indicate one possible correct answer. The hypotheses and questions can
be worded in multiple different ways.
Write a HVPOTHESIS for each of the following research question. Identify the depend
Simple harmonic motion- (SHM)
1) Force acting on the object and acceleration of the are directly proportional to the objects
displacement from equilibrium.
2) Both force and acceleration vectors point toward the equilibrium position.
Amplitude (A)- maximu
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A lunar vehicle is tested on Earth at a speed
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of the s
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A dog traveling 4.75 m/s, south is at a point 76.4 m, north of a fire hydrant. At a point 16.9 m, south of
the same hydrant, the dog's velocity is 8.31 m/s, south.
Assuming constant acceleration, how long did this take?
Calculate the displacement of a car that is constantly
accelerating at 165 m/s2, east if it has an initial velocity of 90.0
km/h, west and it accelerates for 0.0410 seconds.
CHAPTER 11: ELECTRIC FIELDS AND FORCES
WORKSHEET SOLUTIONS
1. At what point is the electrical field associated with a uniformly-charged, hollow, metallic sphere
greatest?
(A) center of the sphere
(B) at the spheres inner surface
(C) at infinity
(D) at the
Practice Problems
As an anchor is being hoisted out of the water, it hits the hull of the ship, causing the anchor to
vibrate with a frequency of 150. Hz. If the speed of sound in seawater is 1520 m/s, how many
wavelengths of sound will fit between the bo
Resistors in Series and Parallel Circuits
(Using CCK simulation)
ERICA CHEN
Learning Goals: Students will be able to
Discuss basic electricity relationships in series and parallel circuits
Build circuits from schematic drawings
Use voltmeters and ammet
BACK AND FORTH MOTION LAB
Alexis Pullen
1st period
Introduction
Many objects move back and forth; that is, they move along a line first in one direction, and then move back the other
way. A ball tossed vertically into the air is an example of something wh