The Chemistry of Soda
Coke, Soda, Soda pop, Pop, Soft Drinks. No matter what you call it where you live,
nearly 48 percent of Americans drink the beverage on a daily basis. Drinking soda is simple,
Mousetrap Car Experiment Lab Report
Partner: Reed Hull
Question: How can I accelerate a car to travel at least five meters only using a mousetrap for
Purpose: To find the acceleration of a car accelerated by a mousetrap.
Conservation of Momentum Lab
Partners: Alex Frizzell, Reed Hull, Ryan Wong
Is momentum actually conserved during all of the collision types and explosion?
To verify that momentum is conserved in these 4 types of momen
Projectile Motion Claim Lab Report
Partner: Daniel Larin
Are the claims that Mr. Thompson stated accurate?
To test claims of projectile motion:
Horizontal acceleration = 0m/s2
Time is same for horizontal and vertical
Ohms law lab
Purpose: to verify or disprove Ohms law
Hypothesis: The amount of voltage we have will be equal to the amount of current times the
amount of voltage running in the circuit regardless of the resistance.
You Spin Me Right Round Lab
Purpose: To find how the mass on the hanging end of the string as well as how long it is affects
the period of the end of the string that you will be swinging.
Materials: 1. Weights
Motion: Displacement: There are two large wheels that are supposed to help the car go further
than the smaller wheels. Before the car is started, the displacement is zero. As soon as it stops,
its displacement is supposed to
Name: Kaitlyn Ely
Purpose: to find the speed of sound using two microphones and a meter stick.
Materials: -logger pro
Hypothesis: The speed of the waves is constant
Law of inertia: The law of inertia is that an object at rest will tend to stay at rest and vice versa
expressed as F=ma. My rocket keeps floating in the air until it hits the ground. My rocket could
experience no net force if the vertical forces were equa
Force and mass are directly proportional. (Ex: If mass is doubled, then the force is doubled.)
Force and distance have an inverse-square relationship. (Ex: If distance is doubled, then the
force drops to )
Position vs Time (displacement (m) and time (s)
- no slope = no motion
- positive: moving away from the origin
- negative: moving towards the origin
- same slope angle = constant velocity
- different slope angle = changing velocity (acceleration)
- the st
Unit 01 Basics
Learning Objectives: The student is expected to
1.(A) demonstrate safe practices during laboratory and field investigations.
2.(B) know that scientific hypotheses are tentative and testable statements that must be capable of being