LB402 LIGHT AND COLOR LAB
1. Close the side openings (side mirrors) of your light box and one by one, observe the color of
the different plates under white light. Use a piece of white paper or cardboard as your white
plate. Since the white ligh
Activity 2.2.3 Universal Gates:
NOR Only Logic Design
In this activity you will revisit the voting booth monitoring system introduced in Activity 2.2.2
NAND Logic Design. Specifically, you will be implementing the NOR only combinational logic
Activity 2.2.4 Design Tool: Logic Converter
Now that you are all experts at logic simplification using Boolean algebra and K-Mapping and
can implement virtually any combinational design using AOI, NAND, and NOR gates, its time
to let you in o
Project 2.4.3 PLD Design: Date of Birth
Most designers would probably not prototype a design on a breadboard the way you did on
the Date of Birth Problem. As the size and complexity of combinational logic circuits increase
(or any circuits),
LB312 PhET Sound Simulation
Open the simulation called Sound. There are 5 tabs.
Open the one called Listen to a Single Source.
1. What is the affect of changing the frequency of the tone generated?
The tone inc
LB401 Electromagnetic Wave Online Lab
Proceed to the website:
1) What colors make up the visible light portion of the electromagnetic spectrum?
2) Which color has the highest frequency?
3) Which color
LB309 Wave on a String
Proceed to the website: https:/phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/wave-on-a-string
Investigative Question: What effect does frequency and amplitude have on wavelength in waves?
1. Make sure that the green box in the left co
LB313 Properties of Sound
Number of individuals that could hear the frequency
Use Insert, Chart, Column, Clustered Column to generate your histogram.
Beats happen wh
LB311 FINDING THE WAVELENGTH PRODUCED BY A TUNING FORK
Fill in the data and complete the calculations.
Length of air
column (L) (cm)
SW402 MU50. Particles and Waves
Watch the video indicated in the link below to answer the questions.
What common phenomenon caused physicists to rethink the structure of matter?
What determines the color at
Neishalys De Jesus
Do you think making something more fun can change behavior? Why or why not?
Yes I think making something fun can change people behavior, because they would feel more
active and happy. It is really similar as the video of t
LB301 Newtons Universal Law of Gravitation
1. THE BASICS
a. What two distinct changes can you make to the blue mass to increase the attraction? Be
specific (i.e., dont use the word change in your response; instead, describe the changes
using words such as
Testable Question: Will the hanging weight Fg be equal to the calculated centripetal force Fc ?
Data: mass of stopper (g) _
mass of stopper (kg) _
LB201 FORCES AT EQUILIBRIUM
(sin left )
(cos left )
(Fright ) X
(sin right )
LB104 MOTION MATCH
Table 1. Position vs Time Graph Scores.
Simulations at http:/phet.colorado.edu/
LB109 Projectile Motion II PhET Simulation Lab
Physics with pirates!
In the previous simulation, all the projectiles left the ground and returned to the ground. We
can use the same physics formulas to
LB102 TRADITIONAL vs STANDARD MEASUREMENT
Table 1. Linear measurements of the lab table.
LB 101 Scientific Method
PROBLEM/QUESTION (what you investigated in your experiment):
Does the measurement of the paper helicopters wings affect how long it will stay in the air?
HYPOTHESIS (a single sentence explaining what you think will happen between
LB103 DENSITY OF SOLIDS AND LIQUID
Mass and volume are properties of matter. Density is the ratio of mass and volume. The
particular density of a specific kind of matter helps to identify and distinguish it from other kinds
1) To deter
LB107 POSITION, VELOCITY AND ACCELERATION
1. Set photogate A near the top of the ramp (5 cm mark) and leave it there.
2. Move photogate B along the track in 5 cm steps and record its position relative to
photogate A. Measure the 3 photogate times for each
LB105 CPO Timer Lab
You have to plug in the stopwatch to the light source directly to which section you are using.
You have to select whatever you are measuring (interval, counting, etc) and press reset. After
this you are ready to test.
1. It doesn
LB108 PROJECTILE MOTION
1. Launch the projectile (rubber hand) with the same amount of force (tension) throughout the
experiment. It is highly advisable to have the same individual launch the projectile each time.
2. To determine range (dx), me