Mapping Electric Fields
Lab # 16
2/18/11
Pd: 8-9
Kevin Zhen
Purpose: To test the concept of equiv.-potential lines to map out the electric field around
various charged objects
Introduction: Electric fields are produced around charged objects and extend ou
Kevin Zhen
Static Electricity - Analyzing the
Behavior of Charged Objects
Lab #: 16
2/11/11
Thursday
PD: 8-9
Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to see and study the movement of how the pith
balls motion move when electrons are given and taken away makin
Kevin Zhen
Mapping Magnetic Fields
4/5/11
Thursday
Lab # 22
Pd: 8-9
Purpose:
To find the magnetic field using iron fillers.
Introduction:
This lab my classmates and I were to place the iron filter in between two bar magnet
to see how is their shape look l
Kevin Zhen
Estimating Length and Mass
And Converting between British
And Metric Units
Lab #: 2
Thursday
Period: 9
Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to estimate the length and mass of an object, using
factor label method to convert from the British syst
Kevin Zhen
Solving Problems Involving
Vector Addition
11/5/10
PD: 8-9
Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to solve problems that involve the vector addition.
Introduction: My classmates and I were solving the equations by graphing them and/or to
solve th
Kevin Zhen
Making and Analyzing Graphs
Lab Number: 1
9/16/10
Thursday
Period: 8-9
Into/ Purpose: In this lab, the main purpose was to be able to properly make and
interpret information from graphs. In this lab, my classmates and I were to make graphs
and
Introduction/Purpose
The purpose of this lab is to determine the relationship between centripetal force and speed
acting on an object moving with uniform centripetal motion. An object traveling in a circle, even
at a constant speed, is continually changin
Benjamin N Cardozo High School
Physics Laboratory Report
Title of Laboratory: Determining the Period of a Pendulum
Laboratory Number: Laboratory 3
Name: Rahman, Habibur
Date of Attendance: October 7, 2015
Day of Week: Wednesday
Period of Attendance: Perio
Lab #1- Making and Analyzing Graphs
Procedure Summary: In this lab, my partner and I read the sheet To The Student. On the back of the
sheet, our class read together the graphs paragraph. It told us about the relationship between two
variable quantities,
Purpose
To calculate the coefficient of friction, , between two surfaces of wood and determine which
factors may or may not have an effect on the coefficient of friction.
Introduction
In this weeks lab, we will be examining the forces of friction. Frictio
Purpose
In this laboratory exercise, we will use milli-cans containing washers to simulate charged oil
droplets containing electrons. We will then use a triple-beam balance and mathematical logic to
determine the weight of a single washer in the same way
Purpose
In this experiment, we will explore the relationship between the work given to a
horizontal coupled system and the increase in the kinetic energy of that system.
Introduction
In this lab, we will be using the same equipment we used in the experime
Purpose
This lab is to determine the momentums of two cars after a spring explodes pushing the
two cars apart and to show that the law of conservation of momentum is obeyed for a variety of
different situation in each case.
Introduction
This lab studies t
Purpose
To solve problems involving vector addition
Problems
1. Eli finds a map for buried treasure. It tells him to begin at the old oak tree and walk
21 paces due west, 41 paces at an angle of 45 degrees south of west, 69 paces due
north, 20 paces due e
1) a. Plot a graph of the following:
-Horizontal Position and Vertical position vs. Time (on the same axis)
-Horizontal Velocity and Vertical velocity vs. Time (on the same axis)
-Horizontal acceleration and vertical acceleration vs. time (on the same axi
Purpose
In this laboratory exercise you will examine the motion of an object moving with
constant velocity (i.e., constant speed and direction). Such motion is called Uniform Motion.
Using data obtained from this lab, you will construct graphs of speed vs
Purpose
To calculate the coefficient of friction, , between two surfaces of wood and determine which
factors may or may not have an effect on the coefficient of friction.
Introduction
In this lab, we will be examining the forces of friction. To put it sim
Benjamin N Cardozo High School
Physics Laboratory Report
Title of Laboratory: Making and Analyzing Graphs
Laboratory Number: Laboratory 1
Name: Rahman, Habibur
Date of Attendance: September 16, 2015
Day of Week: Wednesday
Period of Attendance: Period 4
Cl
Benjamin N Cardozo High School
Physics Laboratory Report
Title of Laboratory: Estimating Length and Mass and Converting
between British and Metric Units
Laboratory Number: Laboratory 2
Name: Rahman, Habibur
Date of Attendance: September 30, 2015
Day of We
Benjamin N Cardozo High School
Physics Laboratory Report
Title of Laboratory: Analyzing a Projectiles Motion
Laboratory Number: Laboratory 6
Name: Rahman, Habibur
Date of Attendance: November 11, 2015
Day of Week: Wednesday
Period of Attendance: Period 4
Introduction/Purpose
The purpose of this lab is to determine the momentums of the two cars after a spring explodes
pushing them apart and, for a variety of a different situation, demonstrate that the law of
conservation of momentum is obeyed in each case.
Purpose/Introduction
The purpose is to calculate the coefficient of friction between two surfaces of wood and
determine which factors may or may not have an effect on the coefficient of friction. Friction is a
resistance offered to the movement of one bod
Introduction/Purpose
The purpose of this experiment is to show how the acceleration of an object depends on the
applied force if the mass is unchanged. The second is to show the relationship between mass and
acceleration for a constantly applied force and
Questions
1a. See graphs
1b. Uniform accelerated motion is indicated by horizontal motion graphs.
1c. The vertical motion graphs indicate vertical motion.
2.
3. The horizontal movement is independent of the vertical movement, which is influenced
exclusive
Introduction/Purpose
The purpose of this laboratory is to examine the motion of an object with constant
positive acceleration. Uniform accelerated motion means that the velocity or speed of the object
is increasing by the same amount each second. Tick tim
Introduction and Purpose
The purpose of this laboratory is to examine the motion of an object moving in uniform
motion. In order to do so, a tick timer device that produces a dot at regular time intervals on a
special strips of paper. A long tape is attac
Introduction/Purpose
A pendulum is a weight hung from a long string. Approximately 400 years ago, Galileo
discovered that a pendulum could be used to track the passage of time with extreme accuracy. A
pendulum is used to measure time in a variety of exper
Emily Deng
Pd 2
Making and Analyzing Graphs Questions
1a. Describe the relationship between mass and volume in table 1.
The relationship between mass and volume in table 1 is directly proportional.
1b. Which variable is the independent variable? What vari
Introduction/Purpose
The purpose of this laboratory was to examine the relationship between force and the elongation
on two different springs and a rubber band. When a force is applied to an object, the object may
be stretched, compressed, bent, or twiste
Benjamin N Cardozo High School
Physics Laboratory Report
Title of Laboratory: Analyzing an Object in Uniform Centripetal Motion
Laboratory Number: Laboratory 13
Name: Rahman, Habibur
Date of Attendance: January 13, 2015
Day of Week: Wednesday
Period of At
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