Week 1 : Measurement and Units - Quiz
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Physics 204 Experiment 1
Measurement Laboratory Data Sheet
Name: _ Date: _Wk1 January 4-10, 2016_ (20 points as marked)
1. (1 point) What is the precision of the caliper?
0.00 after closing the measuring jaws tightly and pressing the zero button.
2. (2 po
Physics 204(O) Experiment 2
There and Back: Concepts of Motion
DATA SHEET
Name: _Michael Baucom_ Date: _7/14/14_
1. Paste the first position-time graph below.
2. Describe the difference between a position-time graph made by walking slowly away from the
se
For fun, lets calculate the following: As earth spins about its axis, how much force you are being
pulled away by the centrifugal force of the earth?
Remember, the gravitational pull of the earth on your body is basically your weight. Lets apply
this to m
Physics 204 Experiment 1
Measurement Laboratory Data Sheet
Name: _Dana Clark_ Date: _May 7, 2013_ (20 points as marked)
1. (1 point) What is the precision of the caliper?
0.00mm (I closed the jaws tightly and pressed the zero button)
2. (2 points) Record
A bullet is fired vertically upward and
reaches a height of 2150m.?
what is the initial velocity? how long does it take to reach its maximum height? How long is it in
flight?
If we neglect air resistance then this becomes a problem of one-dimensional acce
New Question 1 (Problem):
Using the fact that the speed of light is 3 X 10^8 m/sec,
(a) how many miles a pulse of laser beam will travel in one hour?
(b) How many miles in one year?
(c) How many meters in one year?
Solution to Q#1:
Guys: Always use Scient
Physics 204 Experiment 5 (O)
Newtons Second Law
DATA SHEET
Name: _Michael Baucom_ Date: _7/23/14_
Prediction
1.
What happens to an object when you apply a net force to it? The object will move in the
direction in which the force is applied. The object wil
Physics 204(O) Experiment 8
Newtons Law of Cooling
DATA SHEET
Name: _Michael Baucom_ Date: _8/12/14_
Prediction
1.
How long does it take for a thermometer to reach the same temperature as that of its surroundings?
Around 3 minutes.
2.
If I want my coffee
Week 1
New Question #1 (Problem):
The mean radius of the earth is about 6.37 X 10^6 m, and that of the moon is 1.74 X 10^8
cm. From this data, calculate:
(a) the ratio of the earth's surface area to that of the moon and
(b) The ratio of the volume of the
Study Guide for Midterm/Final Exam - Discussion Problems Wk 1 - 7
Week 1
New Question #1 (Problem):
The mean radius of the earth is about 6.37 X 10^6 m, and that of the moon is 1.74 X 10^8
cm. From this data, calculate:
(a) the ratio of the earth's surfac
Chapter 9, page 261, Problems 1, 7, 9, 11, and 13 and
1. Convert 13 revolutions to (a) radians and (b) degrees.
2 * * 13 = radians
a. 26 (8.17 radians)
360 * 13 = degrees
b.
4680
7 A motor generates 30 overbar above 0 W of power. The torque necessary is 5
Activity 7B
PS-2826
Teacher Notes Activity 7B: Newtons Second LawConstant Mass
Time Estimates
Preparation: 20 min
Activity: 30 min
Objectives
Students will be able to
use a Motion Sensor to measure the motion of a cart as it accelerates due to different a
Week 1 : Measurement and Units - Quiz
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MBaucom, July 22, 2014
Chapter 5, page 143, Problems 1, 7, 9, 13, and 15 and Chapter 6, page 163, Problems 3, 7, 9,
10, and 11
1. A crate of mass 6.00 kg is moved by a force of 18.0 N. What is its acceleration? a = Fnet / m
a = 18.0 N/6.00 kg = 3 m/s/s
7.
Physics 204 Experiment 5 (O)
Newtons Second Law
DATA SHEET
Name: _ _ Date: _1/17/16-1/24/16 Wk 3_
Prediction
1.
What happens to an object when you apply a net force to it?
An object accelerates when a net force is applied to it. The acceleration is direct
Physics 204 Experiment 4
Projectile motion
111Equation Chapter 1 Section 1
DATA SHEET
Name: _ _ Date: _1/17/16-1/24/16 Wk3_ (20 points)
1. (1 point) Paste the Vy-time plot with fit for the ball below.
2. (3 points) Enter three values for the vertical acce
Physics 204(O) Experiment 2
There and Back: Concepts of Motion
DATA SHEET
Name: _ _ Date: _Week 2 1/10/16-1/17/16_
1. Paste the first position-time graph below:
2. Describe the difference between a position-time graph made by walking slowly away from the
PHYS204 OL
Chapter 20, page 566, Problems 1, 7, 9, 10, and 13
1. Find the distance (in metres) traveled by a radio wave in 21.5 h.
s=ct =( 186000mi sec )( 21.5 hr ) ( 3600 sec hr )( 1610 m/mi )=2.32 x 1013 m
7. Find the frequency of a radio wave if its wa
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Chapter 5, page 143, Problems 1, 7, 9, 13, and 15
1. A crate of mass 6.00 kg is moved by a force of 18.0 N. What is its acceleration?
F 18.0 N
2
a= =
=3 m s
m 6.00 kg
7. A truck pulls a trailer with a frictional force of 870 N and a coefficient
PHYS204 OL
Chapter 14, pages 405406, Problems 1, 3, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 21, and 23
1. Change 344 K to degrees Celsius.
T K =T C +273=T C =T K 273=344 K 273=71
3. Change 5110C to degrees Fahrenheit.
9
9
T F = T F +32= 5110 +32=9230
5
5
9. Find the heat
PHYS204 OL
Chapter 1, pages 47 and 48, Problems 1, 3, 5, 9, 17, 23, 29, 37, 39, and 43.
1. Give the metric prefix for each value:
1000
11 03=1 k
3. Give the metric symbol, or abbreviation, for each prefix:
micro
6
=10
5. Write the abbreviation for each qu
PHYS204 OL
Chapter 9, page 261, Problems 1, 7, 9, 11, and 13
1. Convert 13 revolutions to (a) radians and (b) degrees.
a 2 ( 13 )=26 81.7 rad
b 36013=4680
7. A motor generates 300W of power. The torque necessary is 50.0 N m. Find the angular
velocity.
P
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Chapter 2, pages 6465, Problems 1, 3, 7, 13, and 15
1. Solve F = ma for
(a) m=
(b) a=
F
a
F
m
3. Solve for
vf=
vf.
2s
v i
t
7. Given A = r2, if A = 15.0 m2, find r.
r=
A
15.0 m2
=
=2.19 m
15. Find the volume of the lead sleeve with the cored
PHYS204 OL
Professor
Chapter 8, page 228, Problems 1, 2, 4, 5, 8 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15
1. How many joules are in one kilowatt-hour?
1 joule/ sec=1 Watt
1000Watts=1 kw
3600 sec=1 hour
10003600=3.6 x 106 j
2. An end-loader holds 1500 kg of sand 2.00 m off
Week 7 : Light and Optics - Quiz
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Question 1. 1. (TCO 8) Find the distance in miles traveled by an X-ray in .100 s. (Points : 5)
186,000 mile/s
300,000,000 mile/s
18,600 mile
30,000,000 mile
Question 2. 2. (TCO 8) What is the energy
Physics 204 Experiment 6
Conservation of Momentum: Collisions
DATA SHEET
Name: _ _ Date: _1/31/16-2/7/16 Week 5_
1. (1 point) Paste the Vx-time plot from phys204_lab6_inelastic1.trk here.
2. (4 points) Record the measured initial and final average velocit