Rashawn Simmons
OBJECTS
EXPLORING & UNDERSTANDING CHARGED
Grant Pachal, Kara Wise
2-A
ACTIVITY TITLE: MASTERING
the CHARGE MODEL
OBJECTIVES:
To learn to plan, implement, and document logical procedures and observations
regarding the physical behavior of c
Jim Guinns PHYS1111 Assignment #10
1. A ball of mass 25.0g on a string is being twirled in a circle of radius 0.500m so that it goes
around once every 1.50s .
a.)
What is the ball's speed?
b.) What is the ball's centripetal acceleration?
c.)
What is the t
Jim Guinns PHYS1111 Assignment #5
Kinematics in Two Dimensions, Part 1
Part 1: For the following problems, assume x and y to be horizontal and vertical,
respectively, with the motion in the positive x-direction, and y to be positive upwards.
1.
What are t
Lecture 3
Lecture #3: Section 2 Kinematics in One Dimension, Part 1
Kinematics the study of describing motion how do things move, not why!
One dimension easiest with which to start,
will develop naturally into 2 and 3 dimensions,
a good approximation for
Torque and Mechanical Equilibrium
By Mason Bennett
Table #5
Brian Ruiz
Naeasha Octalien
Yashaswinie Jayaratne
March 6, 2017
Dr. Guinn
Background:
Torque is a twisting force that tends to cause rotation. Torque can be easily calculated
when an object is in
Lecture 6
Lecture #6: Section 3 Kinematics in Two Dimensions, Part 2
Lets do some more examples
Remember the kinematic equations for two-dimensions.
x Component
y Component
vx = vxo + axt
vy = vyo + ayt
x = xo + (1/2) (vxo + vx)t
y = yo + (1/2) (vyo + vy)
Name _ Class _ Date _
LAB #4: FRICTION
OBJECTIVES:
To study the force of friction between different surfaces.
EQUIPMENT:
Equipment Needed
Force Sensor
USB Link (for use w/laptop)
1 kg mass
5 kg mass
Wooden Board
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
Equipment Needed
Data Studio
Jim Guinns PHYS1111 Assignment #7
1. Consider a mass of 45.0kg.
a.)
If a force of 65.0N acts on the mass, what is the magnitude of its acceleration?
b.) If the mass accelerates with a = 9.80m/s2 , what is the magnitude of the force acting
on it?
2. A cert
Name _ Class _ Date _
LAB #2: ADDITION AND COMPONENTS OF VECTORS
OBJECTIVES:
To learn how vectors add by combining them mechanically and graphically.
EQUIPMENT:
Equipment Needed
Measurement Equipment Tray
Force Table
Linear Graph Paper on Front Desk
Qty
1
Lecture 10
Lecture #10: Section 5 Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion
Why circles? very important, very common
Uniform circular motion constant speed, in a circle
v
period = T = time for one revolution
r
distance per revolution = C = 2r
speed = distance /
Lecture 8
Lecture #8: Section 4 Forces and Newtons Laws of Motion, Part 2
Gravity Newtons Law of Universal Gravitation
Every particle in the universe attracts every other particle in the universe.
F = G m1 m2 / r2
G = 6.674x10-11 N m2 / kg2
What is the gr
Jim Guinns PHYS1111 Assignment #6
1. Tuan and Alexandria are playing catch. Tuan throws the ball at 25.0m/s at an angle of
15.0o above the horizontal. Alexandria catches the ball 0.750m below the height that Tuan
threw it.
a.)
How far apart are Tuan and A
Lecture 5
Lecture #5: Section 3 Kinematics in Two Dimensions, Part 1
Last time we developed four kinematic equations for one dimension
Four Kinematic Equations for Uniformly Accelerated Motion
Eq. #1
v = vo + at
Eq. #2
x = xo + (1/2) (vo + v)t
Eq. #3
x =
Jim Guinns PHYS1111 Assignment #9
m
s, k
1. In the diagram let m = 25.0kg , = 10.0o , s = 0.200 , k = 0.150 .
a.)
What is the normal force acting on the block?
b.) What is the component of the weight acting down the incline?
c.)
What is the maximum static
Rashawn Simmons(Recorder) Tyrel Heckendorf(Skeptic) Rebecca Holderfield(Manager)
Team-3B
8/29/2011
What is the Matter?
Objective: What can I know about this object? What is it made of? How can I know? How
would I use this object to estimate the size of an
Studio Physics Phys 1111
Georgia State University
Dr. Morrow
Fall 2011
EXPLORING STATIC FRICTION POST
LAB
1. ANGLES of SLIPPAGE
a. SHOW A SAMPLE of YOUR METHOD for DETERMINING AN ANGLE OF SLIPPAGE (i.e.
INDICATE CLEARLY WHAT YOU MEASURED & CALCULATED and
Studio Physics Phys 1111
Georgia State University
Dr. Morrow
Fall 2011
EXPLORING STATIC FRICTION: PRE-
LAB
DUE WEDNESDAY AT START OF CLASS: Answer each question below. You will not be
permitted to begin the activity until this worksheet is complete. If th
Rashawn Simmons
PHYS 1111k
Cherilynn Morrow
October 10, 2011
Workability Essay
In the essay taken from the book The Three Laws of Performance the author discusses
how leaders need the trait of integrity in order to effectively lead a group, or for a group
Studio Physics Phys 1111
Georgia State University
Caroline Holderfield
Team 3B
EXPLORING STATIC FRICTION POST
LAB
1. ANGLES of SLIPPAGE
a. SHOW A SAMPLE of YOUR METHOD for DETERMINING AN ANGLE OF SLIPPAGE
(i.e. INDICATE CLEARLY WHAT YOU MEASURED & CALCULA
Rashawn Simmons
PHYS 1112K
4/23/12
THE GREENHOUSE EFFECT
After reading the excerpt in the book I have learned more about the Greenhouse Effect and how
it could lead to the Global Warming of our planet. Basically our atmosphere, which is composed
of carbon
Lecture 4
Lecture #4: Section 2 Kinematics in One Dimension, Part 2
We now have definitions for the quantities
position
x
displacement
x
velocity
v
acceleration
a
Uniformly Accelerated Motion
Lets assume that a = constant . So we have
a = aav = v / t = co
Lecture 1
Lecture #1: Section 1 Introduction and Mathematical Concepts, Part 1
One important aspect of physics, and many other sciences, is that it is quantitative.
We can take careful measurements, and then try to determine what they mean.
Measurements m
Jim Guinns PHYS1111 Assignment #8
1. a.) What is the gravitational force of attraction between the Earth and Sun? (The EarthSun distance and the necessary constants are on the inside your textbook.)
b.) What is the gravitational force of attraction betwee
Lecture 2
Lecture #2: Section 1 Introduction and Mathematical Concepts, Part 2
Last time we looked at rules for multiplication/division and addition/subtraction
using the appropriate number of significant figures. We also started to look at units.
Today,
Lecture 9
Lecture #9: Section 4 Forces and Newtons Laws of Motion, Part 3
Two general types of force problems,
Fnet = 0 no acceleration (usually, v=0 , but not always) equilibrium or static
Fnet 0 yes acceleration non-equilibrium or dynamic
Example: What