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Wassmuth
Alexandria Wassmuth
Eric Marvin
Physics 211 Lab
23 September 2015
Lab 3: Unbalanced Forces:
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Wassmuth
Essence:
The purpose of this lab was to use the equations delta(y) = 1/2at^2 and a =
[(M-m)/(M+m)]*g to find the net forces and the accelerat
Irving 1
Hanna Irving
Eric Marvin
Physics 211 Lab
16 September 2015
Lab 3: Unbalanced Forces
Essence:The purpose of this lab was to use the equations a = [(M-m)/(M+m)]*g and
delta(y) = 1/2at^2 to find the net forces and the acceleration for an object and
Irving 1
Hanna Irving
Eric Morvin
Physics 211 Lab
02 September 2015
Lab 1:Computerized Data Collection and Analysis
Essence: For this lab, our groups were getting familiar with the lab tools we will be using
for this semester. The apparatuses we used were
Irving 1
Hanna Irving
Eric Morvin
Physics 211 Lab
09 September 2015
Lab 2: MOTION & g
Essence: The purpose of this lab was to study motion in one dimension and determine g,
acceleration due to gravity. Also for students to learn to relate the position of
Irving 1
Hanna Irving
Eric Marvin
Physics 211 Lab
30 September 2015
Lab 5: Newtons 2nd
Essence:The purpose of this lab was to verify Newtons 2nd Law that states F=ma, force
is equal to the mass multiplied by the acceleration. We had a pulley system to ena
Angular Acceleration
November 09, 2015
Essence
By rolling objects down an inclined plane it allowed us to examine the angular
equivalent of Newtons second law. For determining the angular acceleration of a
rolling object down an incline we used the equati
Lab One
Computerized Data Collection and Analysis
September 7, 2015
EssenceThe lab allowed us to collect data by using the instruments within the lab. Through many
procedures that involved the testing out and recording of data with Logger Pro, Sonic
Range
Impulse-Momentum
October 18, 2015
Essence- By jumping and landing on the force plate we are able to calculate the
change in momentum and the impulse. This lab allowed us to understand the
relationship between impulse and momentum. We were able to measure
Jazmin Agee
Physics 111L
September 13, 2016
Lab 3
Force Table
The point of this experiment was to examine and analyze the conditions needed for static
equilibrium. This is achieved by using and understanding the concept of vector addition. This
experiment
Jazmin Agee
Physics 111L Sec C
Lab 4
September 27, 2016
Friction, Acceleration, and Newtons Second Law
The point of this experiment was to be able to measure the effects of static friction and
the effects of kinetic friction in relation to Newtons Second
Centripetal Acceleration and Uniform Circular Motion
By: Caytlin L. Wickard
Physics 111-02
Due: October 22, 2015
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Introduction and background:
The purpose of this lab was to investigate forces that involved the uniform
circular motion. Darwins first law
Garrett Estrada
3/1/16
Physics Lab
Essence:
Individual Report
Objective To verify the functional form of centripetal force.
Theory When we have an object that is in constant speed that is moving in a circle the speed
is not changing but the velocity is ch
Garrett Estrada
Physics 211
3/30/16
Lab 9
Analysis:
We calculated our percent difference to be 18.3%. We found that initial potential energy was .
4963 J. Also, we found kinetic energy at the end of the experiment was .6076 J. We calculated
our standard d
Garrett Estrada
4/6/16
Physics 211 Lab
Individual Report
Analysis:
For this experiment our group had varying percent errors. We used a small billiard ball, bocce
ball, and cut down pcv pipe. For our billiard ball and bocce ball with calculated a .5% error
Garrett Estrada
2/23/2016
Physics Lab
Individual Report
Essence:
Theory When we know the mass of an object which is attached to a string around a pulley,
attached to a cart, and we know the mass of the cart, the acceleration can be found when we
release t
Garrett Estrada
3/15/16
Physics Lab
Analysis:
Individual Report
We calculated the mean of our KE was .2962 J and PE was .2156 J. Next, we found the difference
between our KE and PE to be 27.2%. With these calculations our kinetic energy was bigger than
ou
Garrett Estrada
Physics Lab
2/4/16
MOTION & g Individual Report
Essence:
Theory: By using the formula y = (gt^2), where t is in time, y is in height, and g is gravity. When
ignoring air resistance, we know that the acceleration is 9.81 m/s^2. With that be
Garrett Estrada
4/12/16
Physics Lab
Individual Lab 11
Analysis
Our calculated error was 6.17%. Our data was pretty consistent when we did our calculations for
g, and we calculated g to be 11.02%. Our points on the graph were close to a straight line but
n
Garrett Estrada
2/17/16
Physics Lab
Individual Report
Procedure summary;
In the lab Unbalanced Forces we used a total of 12 pennies divide equally containers. We
measured the mass of all 12 pennies and the put six pennies is container M and the other six
Garrett Estrada
Physics 211L
1/27/16
Individual Report
Essence My group and I took the graphs that were programed into the computer and used the
motion detector to try and recreate the graphs. We made a hypothesis on how to create an
identical graph befor
Garrett Estrada
2/9/16
Physics Lab
Particle Equilibrium Individual Report
Essence:
Theory: When there are two forces pulling on an object it creates a resultant vector between
the two forces pulling on the object. When we have the two forces pulling on th