The purpose of this experiment is to determine the landing point of a ball when it is rolled off of the
table via a ramp. To complete this lab, my lab partners and I will need to set up two Motion or
Photogate detectors (as
Tools, Experimental Error, and Data Analysis
This exercises purpose is to figure out the density and volume of different materials.
To do so, I had to take mass and volume measurements with different types of devices
that give th
The purpose of conducting this experiment is to determine which factors, Amplitude, Length, or
Mass, affects the pendulums Average Period the most. To conduct this experiment in both an
accurate and precise mann
Uniform Circular Motion
The purpose of this experiment was to determine the Centripital Force of a random weight
When a body moves in a circle with constant speed the body is, nevertheless, accelerating.
Acceleration is ass
Chapter 11 Homework
1.Chemists use the term "metals" differently than we do in everyday conversation. How does a
chemist define a metal? Give two examples of elements from the most metallic elements that
we use in everyday life.
- In chemistry (as a chemi
PSC1121 UNIT 5 HOMEWORK
Use the following to answer questions 1-2:
It is not unusual for the lid of a jar be difficult to unscrew, especially for jars with glass bodies
and metal lids which have been kept in a refrigerator. A common trick is to run hot wa
Answer the questions by editing this document, and upload your completed answers to the
1. How much oil is consumed daily in the US in barrels? In gallons? How much of each
barrel is used to produce gasoline? Diesel?
Unit 6 activity: Hearing damage Worksheet
1.What parts of the body are damaged in order to cause Noise-Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL)?
According to the most recent research, how does this damage occur?
-The ears are affected by NIHL. The damage occurs due to
PRACTICAL Activity: Einsteins Theories of Relativity AND QUANTUM
Watch the video at
Use what you have learned to answer the following questions.
What is the central message of
1.Does a force applied to an object always produce motion? What can you figure out about
the forces on an object just by observing its motion?
A given force may not actually produce a change in motion because other