Problem 1 (20%)
When an electrical switch is closed, a resistor R is directly connected to a battery with an
emf of 8= 12 V and an internal resistance r. The resistor R draws a current of 80 A and
acquires a voltage of 10 V.
(a) What are the values of r a
Problem 1: capacitors in steady states (30%)
(a) Determine the equivalent capacitance between a and b. Each capacitor in the circuit
has a capacitance of C and is initially uncharged.
0 CL C3 5
a At [QC/3Q: ,4:
, C2 = 2C and battery emf is 8. The switc
PHYS201 1:2 Quantifications
3D space(L), time(T), mass(M)
o using proper units of measurement, units dont change
magnitude
Practice Problem: blood serum levels for testosterone measured as
ng(M)/dL(volume or L^3)
o Typical number: 700 ng/dL
o Nano 10^-9
Abigail Palmieri and Hanan Zisling
Lab Section 047L
Instructor: Matt Russo
Lab 2: One Dimensional Kinematics
Performed 9/13/17
Introduction:
Kinematics is the study of how things move, and was first discovered by Galileo Galilei
when he used mathematics t
Nick Granda-Stone
Ben Para
Experiment 9: Biomechanical Torques in Equilibrium
Procedure:
The procedure for this experiment came from Experiment 9 in the PHYS201L Lab Manual for
Summer 2017. No deviations from the provided procedure were undertaken.
Data:
Nick Granda-Stone & Ben Para
PHYS202-090L
Experiment 2: Electric Fields and Electric Potentials
Procedure:
Procedure for this experiment came from Experiment 2: Electric Fields and Electric Potentials
in the PHYS202 Lab manual for Summer 2017. No deviatio
PHYS201 Lecture Notes
Chapter 2 Motion in a Straight Line
Here we start the study of kinematics the geometry of motion. We begin with motion in a straight line
only (one dimension).
POSITION
Any object (or particle) is said to have a position in space. Bu
PHSY201 Lab 3 Projectile Motion
Instructional Goals:
Goals:
Use equations of motion for objects undergoing constant acceleration to determine launch
characteristics of a projectile.
o Learn how to propagate the uncertainty from measurements to calculated
PHYS201 Lecture Notes
Chapter 1 Measurement
Physics is a predictive science. As such, given a set of parameters for a particle (or system of particles),
the future state (i.e. parameters) of the particle (or system of particles) can be determined.
For exa
N
1) [0.5] a) [L]/[T] 2
[3.0] b) Vav = x/t = [x ( t + t) x ( t )] /[( t + t) t ]
= cfw_ [ 2 ( t + t) 2 3( t + t) ] [2 t2 3 t ]/t
= [ 2 t2 + 4 (t) t + 2(t) 2 3 t 3 t 2t 2 + 3 t ] /t
= [ + 4 (t) t + 2(t) 2 3 t ] /t
= 4 t + 2t 3
Vav = 4 t + 2t 3 m/s
2)[1.5]
11P1,2,3,4/5,6,7,8
11P1 A 1000 kg car has four 10 kg wheels. What fraction of the total kinetic energy of the car
is due to rotation of the wheels about the axles? Assume that the wheels have the same
rotational inertia as disks of the same mass and size.
Ch9P1,2,3,4/5,6/7,8,9/10,11/12,13/14,15/16,17
9P1 A box, open at the top, in the form of a cube of edge length L = 40 cm, is constructed
from a thin uniform metal plate. Find the coordinates of the center of mass of the box with
respect to the coordinate
13P 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 / 6, 7, 8 / 9, 10, 11
13P1 How far from the Earth (E) must a space Probe (P) be along a line toward the Sun (S)
so that the Suns gravitational pull balances the Earths.
13P2 a) Calculate the gravitational acceleration on the surface if t
Nick G-S and Ben Para PHYS202-920L
Experiment 7: Reflection and Refraction
Apparatus:
Procedure:
Procedure for this experiment came from Experiment 7 Reflection and Refraction
from the PHYS202 Lab Manual for Summer 2017. No deviations from the provided pr
Nick Granda-Stone & Ben Para PHYS202-090L
Experiment 4: Resistors in Series and Parallel
Procedure:
Procedure for this experiment came from Experiment 4: Resistors in Series and Parallel from
the PHYS202 Lab Manual for Summer 2017. No deviations from the
Nick Granda-Stone
Ben Para
PHYS201-020L
TA: Frank Abel
Experiment 7: Conservation of Energy
Procedure:
The procedure in this lab came from Experiment 7: Conservation of Mechanical Energy from
the Summer 2017 PHYS201 Lab Manual. No deviations from provided
Nicholas Granda-Stone & Ben Para
PHYS 201-020L
6/13/17
TA: Frank
Experiment III: One-Dimensional Kinematics
Apparatus:
The PASCO motion sensor apparatus emits high-frequency sound waves and uses their
reflections to detect an objects position. In this ins
Lab 1: Measurement
Nicholas Granda-Stone and Benjamin Para
PHYS201-020L
June 2017
TA: Frank
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Problem 1: Distance
How many millimeters are in a meter?
1000mm = 1 meter
How many centimeters are in a millimeter?
100 cm = 1 meter
One ha
Nick G-S & Ben Para
PHYS-201-020L 7/4/2017
Experiment 8: Moment of Inertia
Apparatus:
Procedure:
Procedure for this experiment was taken from Experiment 8: Moment of Inertia in the PHYS 201
Lab Manual for Summer 2017. No deviations from the procedure were
Nick Granda-Stone
Ben Para
PHYS-201-020L
Experiment 6: Coefficient of Friction
Apparatus:
Introduction:
Forces of friction represent resistive forces that arise at discrete objects contact surfaces
and parallel their relative motion. Friction isnt depende
Apparatus:
Nick G-S & Ben Para
PHYS-201-020L 7/4/2017
Experiment 8: Moment of Inertia
Procedure:
Procedure for this experiment was taken from Experiment 8: Moment of Inertia in the PHYS
201 Lab Manual for Summer 2017. No deviations fro
Ben Para and Nick Granda-Stone
Lab 2: Vectors
PHYS 201
6/12/17
TA: Frank
Lab 2: Vectors
Apparatus:
Laboratory Procedure:
The Protocol followed in this lab was taken from PHYS 201 Lab 2 Manual Vectors, from
Summer 2017.
Analysis:
Part A: Two Strings
1. Giv
Nick Granda-Stone & Ben Para
PHYS 201-020L
TA: Frank Abel
6/21/17
Experiment 5: Projectile Motion
Procedure:
The procedure followed in this lab came from PHYS201 Lab 5 Manual Projectile Motion
(Summer 2017). No deviations from the provided protocol were t
PHYS 245 020L
Lab 2
Introduction
This experiment was conducted in order to learn how to measure the current in a circuit and
determine the effect of temperature on Ohms law. It was also done to familiarize usage with
Origin and calculations of DC Currents
PHYS 245 020L
Lab 3
Introduction
This experiment was conducted in order to learn about thermistors and photoresistors. In
addition, it was conducted to show how different special resistors could be used as sensors when
built into a proper circuit.
Experim
PHYS 245 020L
Lab 4
Introduction
This lab was conducted in order to determine the effect of resistors in series and in parallel. It
was also conducted to practice the usage of the DMM as an ammeter and a voltmeter to measure
current and voltage across res
PHYS 245 020L
Lab 1
Introduction
This experiment was done in order to determine the resistances of the resistors and lightbulbs
using the DMM and to introduce usage of the ELVIS board and the DMM. In addition, the lab
was also conducted in order to learn
PHYS 245 020L
Lab 6
Introduction
The purpose of the lab was to understand the basics of the funciton generator and oscilloscope,
understand their basic measurements that can be determined, and to become familiar with coaxial
cables and BNC connectors.
Exp