ACTIVITIES FOR UPI
Activity 3: SPEED AND ACCELERATION FOR 1 DIMENSION MOTION
1. How to calculate average speed and speed of motion along a straight line?
2. Base on the graph x(t), how to realize the object moving with speeding up or slowing down?
ACTIVITIES FOR UPI IN VIETNAMESE
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1. What does a graph of the equation y = ax + b (where a and b are constants) look like? What sort of a
relation is there between y and x?
2. What does a graph of the equation y = ax2 + bx + c (where a, b, and c are const
Momentum and Energy
1. Suppose you make a video tape of two billiard balls colliding and then bouncing apart. Would the video
look any different if you played it backwards? Why or why not?
2. Now suppose you make a video of two automobi
Activity 9: Physics Pendulum
1. What is physics pendulum? When diverted a physics pendulum from its equilibrium an angle,
which force make it ocsilate?
2. What is period of physics pendulum? How to find out that value?
3. In Lab of UPI, how to det
Activity 8: Friction at a rotation axis and momen of inertia of the wheel
1. What is momen of inertia? What details inertia momen depend on?
2. Write the basis equation for a rotational motion? Why we should create the wheel rotating about its
Activity 7: Angular speed, Angular acceleration of rotating rigid body. Work done
by friction at rotation axis
1. What are relationships between angular speed and linear velocity; angular accelerartion and
2. What is the s
ACTIVITIES FOR UPI: (1+2, 3, 5, 9, 10, 4) 3 Weeks; (6A; 7; 6B; 8) 2 Weeks
Lab I: ERROR AND LAB EQUIPMENTS FOR MEASURMENTS - UPI
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Chng ta bit, khi o cc i lng vt l, nu ch o mt l n th gi tr o khng ng tin c y v c
th mc phi cc
1. What are some measurements you make every day? What devices do you use to make these measurements?
What units do you use?
2. Why is your heartbeat not a good tool for measuring time?
3. What are the metric system (SI) un
Collisions and Inertia
1. Imagine rolling two identical billiard balls towards each other at the same speed so that they collide head-on.
Describe their motion after the collision.
2. Now imagine rolling a bowling ball and a billiard ba
Activity 10: Finding wavelength and the speed of sound wave by standing wave method
1. What is standing wave? How to create standing wave in a tube of gas with one close end and another
opening? In this case, node or antinode at one close end of t
Starting next time, there will be questions you must answer BEFORE you come to class, so be ready!
The skills we learn or practice in lab are very important for the course, and will be strongly represented on
APPENDIX D: LAB REPORTS
A complete report will be required for one of the experiments performed in this course. The
purpose of the lab report is to organize the physics involved, the process used, results obtained, and
conclusions that can be made for the
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