Lab 6: Energy in Atwoods Machine
October 14, 2016
Purpose
This experiment was to analyze the potential and kinetic energy of Atwoods
machine, and determined how much energy is lost to friction during a displacement
of the system, and predict the time of d
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Study Guide for PHY 2212 test 1
Please study the following:
Chapter 20; All sections
Chapter 21: Sections 1,2 3, 5 ,6, and 7. No questions from sections 4 and 8
Chapter 22: Sections 1,2 and 3
Tutorial/ 1
Worksheet Problem: Two source Interference
Two radio antennas are 100 m apart along a north-south line. They broadcast identical radio waves at a frequency of 3.0
MHz. Your job is to monitor the signal strength with a handheld receiver. To get to your fir
Study guide for the final exam
The final exam will be on Tuesday the 09th from 4:15PM to 6:15PM, regular
classroom (CS 500)
Final exam questions are coming from electricity and magnetism only.
There will be
Study guide for PHY2212-Test 3 - Chapter 28/29/30
Test 3: November 20th in class
Chapter 28
1. Calculating electric potential energy of a system of charges/or a single charge
2. Cal
Worksheet
Superposition of waves
Standing waves
Standing waves on a 1.4m -long string that is fixed at both ends are seen at successive frequencies of
36 Hz and 48 Hz.
1. What is the fundamental frequency?
2. What is the wave speed?
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PHYS 2212K- SPRING 2015
Dr. D. Sumith Doluweera
Course Syllabus
Instructor:
PHYS-2212K-SPRING 2015
Principles of Physics II
(Calculus-based Physics II)
Waves, Optics, Electricity & Magnetism
Dr. D. Sumith Doluweera.
Website:
http:/www.phy-astr.gsu.edu/dol
Study guide for PHY 2212 Test2
The test two will consist of 10 multiple-choice questions (50 points), two
problems (25 points each), and one bonus problem (10 points) from chapter
25 and chapter 26.
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Work sheet. PHY 2212K
1. A 10.0-m long 22 gauge (having radius 0.321 mm) nichrome wire is connected to a 12.0-V
battery. The resistivity of nichrome is 100 10-8 m.
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Goals for today:
1. Review: The principle of superposition
Standing waves
2. The mathematics of interference.
3. Interference in 1-D and 2-D dimension
Quiz-2 Ch21 next Wednesday
Before next Wednesday:
1.Review Chapter 21, sections 5 and 6
2.Read Chapter 2
Lab 8: Torque & Equilibrium
Kamsey Agu
Polat Isa
October 27, 2016.
Objective
The principle of rotational equilibrium was used in this experiment to investigate the concept of center
of gravity and torque. The torques produced by different weights were als
Lab 4: Motion on an Incline
September 22, 2016
Objectives
Experiment 1: Displacement vs. Time
The objectives of this experiment were to determine how the displacement of a cart on an incline
related to its time of travel, to determine if the acceleration
Chen Page 1
Physics 2212L-030
Lab report 2: Electric and Potential Fields
January 30, 2017
Purpose
The objectives of this experiment were to determine the strength and direction of an electric field
by surrounded any assemblage of charged objects. A voltm
Lab 8 Torque&Equilibrium
11/02/2016
Purpose
This experiment can be outlined as find the center of gravity of the meter stick,
weighing the unknown mass by the method of moments, weighting the meter
stick by the method of moments and predicting the balance
Lab 3: Motion in 1-Dimension
September 15, 2016
Objectives
Experiment 1: Generating Position-Time Graphs
The objective of this experiment was to predict the position-, velocity-, and acceleration-time
graphs for a series of dynamics cart motions.
Experime
Lab 7: The Ballistic Pendulum
Purpose
This experiment was able to determine the mechanical energy of the system using the principle
of conservation of energy, and then using the principle of conservation of momentum to
determine the velocity with which th
Physics 2212L-030
Lab report 1: Electrical Measurements
January 25, 2017
Purpose
The objectives of this experiment were to introduce the basic concepts of electric circuits:
voltage, current, and resistance. And then measured these quantities with a digit
Lab 1: Precision Measurements
September 1, 2016
Objectives
Experiment 1: Density of Metal Cylinders
The objectives of this experiment were to determine the densities of three unknown metal
cylinders and to determine the uncertainty in these measured densi
UNIFORM CIRCULAR MOTION AND ROTATIONAL
KINEMATICS
Instructor: Professor Vito Scarola
Announcements
Announcements
Review
Uniform Circular Motion
FIRST EXAM
First Test is this Friday
1
Time: 5:30-7:30 PM in HHN 130
2
You may bring an equation sheet and a ca
Dale Franks
1/27/2017
Professor Seymour
Phys 2212 Lab
Electrostatic Lab Summary
Purpose
This lab was divided into two parts, each with a separate purpose. The purpose of Part A was to
compare and contrast the results of the three different methods of char
In Brief
Introduction
Syllabus
Physics 2212K - Road map
Chapter 20 Traveling Waves
1
You cannot teach anything;
You can only help people to find knowledge within
themselves.
-[paraphrase of] Galileo
Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) was an Italian physicist, ma