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Under Pressure (also
Fluid Pressure Flow- Pressure tab)
by Trish Loeblein June 2012
Learning goals:
Students will be able to
1. Investigate how pressure changes in air
and water.
2. Discover how you can change pressure.
3. Predict pressure in a variety of
Experiment 2: Mapping the Electric Potential to Find the Electric
field
Introduction: The goal of this experiment was to examine and to map the space around various
electric charge distributions provided for us. This was done to give us a better understan
Experiment 5: series and parallel
Introduction:
The objective in this experiment was to study series and parallel circuits. We observed
current, resistance, and voltage in both circuits. We used ohms law (V=IR) to calculate
the current in a series circuit
Experiment 3: Measuring Capacitance
Introduction:
The goal of this experiment is to use a parallel plate capacitor to examine and
understand the circumstances that determine capacitance. To do this one needs to
understand the formula used calculate the ca
Experiment 4: Ohms Law
Introduction:
The goal of this experiment was to obtain a deeper understanding of the
relationship between current, voltage and resistance using Ohms Law (V = IR). In order
to explore Ohms Law and the mathematical relationship betwe
Experiment 9: Real Images and the Thin Lens Equation
Introduction:
The purpose of this experiment is observe the formation of images using convex
and concave lens. Using the distances we measure when the image appears on
the screen will give us a mathemat
Experiment 6: The Magnetic Field in a Coil
Introduction: The goal of this experiment is to understand and observe the
relationships between magnetic field and current in a coil and magnetic field and number
of turns in a coil. To do this we must understan
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Torque
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Moment of Inertia About Indicated Axis
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Rotational Statics I
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Statics
The study of forces on objects that do NOT move
These Objects are in Equilibrium
No Translation
No Rotation
Sum of all
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Example Solved via Torque
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earp (jse568) Lecture 18 vanuga (CRN 23728)
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A system of two wheels xed to each other is
free to rot
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A physics book is moved once around the
pe
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1
After the collision, the mass that moves is the
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0 + 0 = pb + pg
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When two objects collide, what is alway
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When an object is moved from rest at point
A to rest at
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A student in Denver (altitude = 1 mile =
1609 m above s
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A 15.2 kg block is dragged over a rough, h
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An oscillator is described by
1
1. t = 2 s
2. None of th
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a
g
a = g tan
= 9.8 m/s2 tan 42
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4 kg
42
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A 4 kg object
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7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1.
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Consider the two vectors
7654321
1
M =
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4.
friction
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A book is at rest on an