Week 5 Lab Exploring Energy
Two weeks ago we explored motion of the ball in the video. As a result, you should have received
table/graphs of position and velocity components similar to the ones below.
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Position components, m
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x
Name:
Date:
Per:
Wave Investigation
Investigative Question: What effect does frequency and amplitude have on wavelength in waves?
Procedures:
1. Access the Waves on a String simulation through the link on the Google Classroom Assignment.
2. Make sure that
Lab2
Decide on what to be studied
The charge of the ball in respect to the distance
Decide on what to be measured for the study
Experiment: Hold the charge on the ball for a set time on movable ball for 5 seconds.
Than measure the change before and after
Lab 5: Magnetic Field
Materials:
Magnetic Field Sensor
Ruler
Piece of paper
Magnets
Compasses (to determine our poles)
Pic 1: Compasses testing Poles
Pic 2: Weak Magnets
Pic 3: Strong Magnets
Hypothesis:
The team members, Kevin, Josh, Jamie, and Susana, w
FORCES
Learning Goals for this Lab:
From graphical representation of the objects motion deduce information about forces acting on
the object.
2.
Estimate experimental uncertainties in order to make judgements about experimental results.
1.
IMPORTANT! Expe
Electric Force and Field
Purpose:
To find the relationship in coulombs law and how charges are effected.
Equipment:
Tape
Ruler
Stop watch
Observe:
To discover an electric force, which is the attraction or repulsive interaction between
any two charged o
OBSERVING MOTION
1.
2.
Learning Goals for this Lab:
Represent the motion of an object graphically, verbally, and mathematically.
Estimate experimental uncertainties in order to make judgements about experimental results.
IMPORTANT! Experiment takes in ave
PHY-115: PHYSICS I WITH LAB
Module 1
OBJECTIVES
After successfully completing Module 1, you should be able to:
Explain the scientific method and how science differs from pseudoscience
Explain Newton's first law of motion.
Define force and how it relates t
PURPOSE
The purpose of this experiment is to develop an understanding the concepts of errors and uncertainty in
experimental measurements.
QUESTION 1
Imagine that your team has been assigned by a construction company to measure the dimensions of an
empty
Quanzisha M. Bradley
PHY-115-OL009
Module 1 Lab Assignment
Experimental Errors and Uncertainty
Purpose
The purpose of this experiment is to develop an understanding of the concepts of errors and
uncertainty in experimental measurements.
1. Imagine that yo
When the net torque acting on a system is equal to zero, it is in rotational
equilibrium. This lab established the rotational equilibrium by using multiple
scenarios. This was accomplished by using a meter stick and various coins. The
position of the mass
EGR 110: Fall 2014
MATLAB Assignment #5 For Loops
1. Write a MATLAB program using a for loop to determine the number of values that are positive, the number of
values that are negative, and the number of values that equal zero in a vector (one-dimension m
EGR 110: Fall 2014
MATLAB Assignment #4 Using Built In Functions
1.
Even or Odd: Ask the user to input an integer. Print Even if the number is even. Print Odd if the number is
odd. Use the rem function (help rem to learn more about this). Use an if-else s
PHY 241 HomeLab ROTATIONAL EQUILIBRIUM
LAB 7
ROTATIONAL EQUILIBRIUM
PURPOSE
Explore the concepts of torque and center of mass of an object. Apply the principle of rotational
equilibrium to weights hung on a ruler to determine the weight of the ruler and a
Test 1 Review
1. Find the following limits.
x 1, x 1 lim f ( x)
,
2
x 1 x 1
0,
f ( x)
a)
b)
lim
x 2
x 2 2x
x 2
x2 2x
1
1
8
x 2 2x
lim
x 2 2x x 2 2x
( x 2)
lim
lim
2
x 2 x ( x 2)( x 2 2 x
x2
x 2x
x 2 2x
x
2
c) lim( x 3 x ) 2 2
x2
d) lim
x 1
3 2 2
x 2
Test 1 Review
1. Find the following limits analytically.
x 1, x 1 lim f ( x)
f ( x)
,
x 1 x 1
0,
a)
x 2 2x
x2 2 x
b) lim
x 2
x 2 3 x)
c) lim(
x 2
x2 x 2
x 2 3x 2
d) lim
x 1
e) lim
x 4
x4
x4
2. Determine the vertical asymptote(s) of the following funct
When the net torque acting on a system is equal to zero, it is in rotational
equilibrium. This lab established the rotational equilibrium by using multiple
scenarios. This was accomplished by using a meter stick and various coins. The
position of the mass