Please note that this is just a guide. The midterm exam will not look exactly like these problems.
However, if you work hard reviewing these concepts, you should be able to apply the concepts
to questions that are on the exam.
Please also review the jeopa
Names: Olivia Mego, Hannah Ogrean
Title: Mechanics Friction Lab
Date: 29 Nov. 2016
Group Members: Olivia Mego, Hannah Ogrean
Part I: Factors that affect the coefficient of static friction
Purpose: We will learn to use an angle without mass to det
Spark Timer Lab
Names: Krista A., Olivia M., Ian M., Ben K.
1. Remember, for Part A, the dots prior to the start line are irrelevant. Count
the number of dot intervals (not the # of dots, but how many spaces between dots
are on the tape) and use that numb
Make sure to number every page as you go.
Skip the first three pages in your composition notebook.
This will be used for your table of contents later on
Lab must be written in pen only. You are not to erase/white-out any
mistakes. Simply cross out and rew
17th Annual Physics Truss Bridge
Task : Compression, tension, and shear stresses combine in anything we try to build.
By carefully choosing and arranging
parts, a mechanical or civil engineer can design a structure th
The Domino Effect
Physics Lab Investigation
Through this lab investigation students will:
1. investigate the basics concepts of kinematics (position and speed)
2. determine if there is an ideal spacing that will maximize
After today, you should understand the general
relationships among position, velocity, and acceleration for
the motion of a particle along a straight line.
Kinematics deals with the concepts that are