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C H A P T E R
1
1 3
Liquids
2
13.1 Pressure
13.2
3
Pressure in a Liquid
13.3 Buoyancy
13.4
Archimedes Principle
13.5
What Makes an Object Sink or Float?
13.6 Flotation
13.7
Pascals Principle
13.8
Surface Tension
13.9 Capillarity
4
1 The depth of w
5
C h a p t e r
1
5
Newtons
Third Law of
Motion
5.1
Forces and Interactions
5.2
Newtons Third Law of Motion
5.3
Action and Reaction on Different Masses
5.4
Vectors and the Third Law
5.5
Summary of Newtons Three Laws
2
3
4
1 Darlene Librero pulls with
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c h a p t e r
1
9
Gravity
9.1
The Universal Law of Gravity
9.2
The Universal Gravitational Constant, G
9.3
Gravity and Distance:
The Inverse-Square Law
9.4
Weight and Weightlessness
9.5
Ocean Tides
9.6
Gravitational Fields
9.7
Black Holes
9.8
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Lab 9
Lab 9 The Simple Pendulum
Objective: This lab will demonstrate the simple pendulum method for finding the value of g,
and the acceleration due to gravity and how physical parameters are varied for investigating
theoretical predications.
Materials:
Lab 11
Lab 11 Simple Machines - Pulleys
1. Objective: The objective of this lab is to investigate the properties of a pulley and its use
as a simple machine
Materials:
1 Support for pulleys
1 Small plastic bag
1 Coins or washers for weights
2 Pulleys
1 Sc
Lab 10
Lab 10 Torques, Equilibrium and Center of Gravity
1. Objective: The objective of this lab is to find the center of gravity of a meter stick,
center of gravity of different systems and unknown mass using equations of equilibrium
with the purpose of
Lab 5
Lab 4 Acceleration
Objective: The objective of this lab is to explore the concept of friction.
Materials: Friction block set (from labpaq) protractor, Scale-Spring, tape measure, a can of soda,
ruler as a ramp.
Method:
Using a spring scale, I pulled
Lab 2
Lab 2 The addition and resolution of vectors: Force Table
Objective: The objective of this lab is to practice adding vectors using analytical and graphical
addition and then comparing the two methods. There are two main ways of adding vectors. The
g
Lab 6
Lab 6 Atwoods Machine
Objective: The objective of this lab is to explain how the acceleration of a system varies with
changes in mass with a constant (unbalanced) force, explain how the acceleration of a system
varies with changes in net force with
Lab 1
Lab 1
Objective: To understand how to measure experimental error via accuracy and precision.
Experimental error is the difference between a measurement and the true value or between
two measured values. Experimental error itself is measured by its a
PHYS 1211K
SAMPLE MIDTERM EXAM
1. The standard exam page is 8.50 inches by 11.0 inches. Its area in cm2 is
a. 19.5
b. 36.8
c. 93.5
d. 237.
e. 603.
2. If you drove day and night without stopping for one year without exceeding the legal highway speed limit
Phys 1211K
PRACTICE FINAL EXAMINATION
1) The following conversion equivalents are given:
1 m = 100 cm 1 in = 2.54 cm 1 ft = 12 in
A bin has a volume of 1.5 m3. The volume of the bin, in ft3, is closest to:
A) 35
B) 41
C) 47
D) 53
E) 59
2) A CD-ROM disk ca
Maria Vassileva
Lab 2
01/30/2016
Lab 2 The addition and resolution of vectors: Force Table
Objective: The objective of this lab is to practice adding vectors using analytical and graphical
addition and then comparing the two methods. There are two main wa
Maria Vassileva
Lab 5
02/27/2016
Lab 4 Acceleration
Objective: The objective of this lab is to explore the concept of friction.
Materials: Friction block set (from labpaq) protractor, Scale-Spring, tape measure, a can of soda,
ruler as a ramp.
Method:
Usi
Maria Vassileva
Lab 6
03/09/2016
Lab 6 Atwoods Machine
Objective: The objective of this lab is to explain how the acceleration of a system varies with
changes in mass with a constant (unbalanced) force, explain how the acceleration of a system
varies with
Maria Vassileva
Lab 8
03/27/2016
Lab 8 Simulation "Rotational Motion (Moment of Inertia)"
Objective: The objective of this lab is to test Newton's second law for rotational motion. This
will be tested by exerting a torque on an object and then calculating
Maria Vassileva
Lab 3
02/07/2016
Lab 3 Data Collection
Objective: The objective of this lab is to from a hypothesis about the velocity and collect and
record the data. The first hypothesis is for the pitching velocity of a ball, the second is about
rollin
Maria Vassileva
Lab 4
02/17/2016
Lab 4 Acceleration
Objective: The objective of this lab is to explore the concept of friction.
Materials: Friction block set (from labpaq) protractor, Scale-Spring, tape measure, a can of soda,
ruler as a ramp.
Method:
Usi
Maria Vassileva
Lab 1
01/30/2016
Lab 1
Objective: To understand how to measure experimental error via accuracy and precision.
Experimental error is the difference between a measurement and the true value or between
two measured values. Experimental error
Homework Due on 1/27/16 for Periods 3, 5, and 7
Homework Due on 1/128/16 for Periods 2, 6, and 8
Read the second section of Chapter 17, Lesson 1, entitled The Spread of Industrialization.
Then answer the following questions for the notes section of your b
The Industrial Revolution
Chapter 17, Lesson 1 Guided Questions
Read the first section of Chapter 17, Lesson 1, entitled The industrial Revolution in
Great Britain, including the sub-sections entitled Cotton Production and New
Factories and Coal, Iron and
Chapter 17, Lesson 1 Guided Questions Continued
Read the third section of Chapter 17, Lesson 1, entitled Social
Impact of Industrialization. Then answer the following questions
for the notes section of your binder:
16) What were the key factors that led t
Homework Due on 2/10/16 for Periods 1, 5, and 7
Homework Due on 2/11/16for Periods 2, 4, and 8
Read the third section of Chapter 16, Lesson 1, entitled End of the Old Regime and
answer these questions:
End of the Old Regime
What was the Declaration of Rig
Chapter 16, Lesson 3 Guided Questions
Archangel Dessin
1. What were Napoleons military successes? At age 24, the Committee
of Public Safety made him a brigadier general. In 1796 he became
commander of the French armies in Italy. There Napoleon won a
serie
You can do this classwork on paper and hand it in at the end of the class,
or you can do it on your tablet and send it to the Homework Dropbox. If
you choose to send it to the Dropbox, please add your name at the top of
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Money Matters
Archange Dessin
Ms.Cromartie
March 10, 2016
Intro to I.T.
Money Matters
Money Matters
My Interpretation of Finance Stability
Why Does Money Matters in Todays Society?
Money works like a tool. It enables the owner to get what he or she wants.
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You can do this classwork on paper and hand it in at the end of the class,
or you can do it on your tablet and send it to the Homework Dropbox. If
you choose to send it to the Dropbox, please add your name at the top of
the document, save it, and then sen
You can do this classwork on paper and hand it in at the end of the class,
or you can do it on your tablet and send it to the Homework Dropbox. If
you choose to send it to the Dropbox, please add your name at the top of
the document, save it, and then sen