Capacitor Lab
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Purpose: To recognize how a capacitor charges and discharges and to explain why this occurs in
terms of moving charges.
Theory:
Circuit Diagram:
Procedure:
1. Obtain the needed material: one 1 F capacitor, stopwatch, wires, a res
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Date:_
AP MIDTERM REVIEW 11-12:
Answer the following questions. Show all work for full credit.
1.
From the top of a cliff 80 meters high, a ball of mass 0.4 kilogram is launched horizontally with a velocity of 30 meters per
second at time t = 0 as
AP MIDTERM REVIEW ANSWERS 09-10
1.
a) 180 J, 320 J, 500 J
2. a) 3 m/s2, c) 2 m/s2
3. a) 20 N, b) 15 N c) 1.5m/s2
4.
b) 1064 N, c) 35 m
5. a) 2h / g
2h / g
b) v0
F
( cos sin ) g ( cos + sin )
m
6. b)
7. a) i) mgR( 1 cos )
ii)
4
v0
R
tan +
c) mg
1 tan
AP PHYSICS LAB REPORT FORMAT
OBJECTIVE OR PURPOSE OF EXPERIMENT: (2 pts)In this section you will outline the objective of the
experiment, eg. For a Hookes Law experiment, you would try to measure the increase in length of the
spring as a function of the s
Kinematics Problems-Velocity
1) At a recent regatta in Texas, The San Antonio Crew Classic, results from the Men's Tex-Visitors Cup
Grand Final with their times are as follows:
The course is 2000m long. Assuming constant velocity for all boats, how far be
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Monroe Township High School
Advanced Placement Course
Student Agreement
AP Physics Research Project Rubric 2012-13
Project Outline: (Due 05/28)
25 pts
- Research Topic
- List the major points of interest that you plan to talk about in
your final presentation, with brief (a couple of sentences) elaboration.
- Choose your metho
Directions: Show all work in working the foll
points, and the suggested time for answering th
owing question. The question is worth 15
e question is about 15 minutes. The parts
within a question may not have equal weight.
1. (15 points)
A block of mass