Physics 2CL Homework
Homework 5
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Physics 2CL Experiment 1
Resistance
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PHYS 2CL Lab 1
Lab Analysis
From measurements with DMM the expected resistances are:
for 10 resistor, 10.3
for the lightbulb, 1.4
Raw data sets of currents and voltages:
for 10 resistor
Voltage
0.89
Section 3
1. What effect does folding the foil in half have on capacitance? Explain this both in
terms of your observation and in terms of the physics of the capacitor.
Folding the foil in half decrea
Section 3
1. Based off your observation of the Pom-Pom on the Van de Graaff generator, how is
charge distributed on the main sphere of the generator? What happens to this charge
distribution when the
Physics 2CL Lab Rubric
Lab 1
Worksheet
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Physics 2CL Experiment 2
Capacitance
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Practice Problem Set 5
Low-Difficulty Questions:
1) In mammals, what molecule serves as a reservoir of amino groups in the body?
What is it converted to/from as it receives or donates NH2?
-ketoglutar
Physics 2CL Lab 2
9
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Worksheet
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Section 3
1. Compute the resistances of the 60W and 100W bulbs. How much power [ 12]
do they dissipate when configured together in series with a US outlet?
P=
V2
Watts
R
R=
V
P
R60W
2
1202
60
= 240
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Physics 2CL Experiment 5
LCR Circuit & Resonance
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PHYS 2CL Lab 6
Worksheet
Section 3
1. Do you observe any excitation in the circuit after you turn the battery off? If so, why?
Yes. Capacitor charges when the battery is turned on; after the voltage s
Section 3
1. Compute the resistances of the 60W and 100W bulbs. How much power do they
dissipate when configured together in series with a US outlet?
Resistance of 60W Bulb
V
P
R
Resistance of 100W Bu
Physics 2C Winter16: Quiz 5
Version A
The facts
1. The water in a garden hose is at a gauge pressure of 210kPa and is moving at negligible
speed. The hose terminates with a sprinkler system consisting
LAB ANALYSIS
SECTION 5
First Battery
Second battery
R1= 100 resistor
R2= 10 resistor
R3= 150 resistor
1.38
1.43
100.15
10.25
147.5
0.05
0.05
0.05
0.05
0.2
V
V
I 1 =I 2 + I 3
V 1R1 I 1R 2 I 2=0
V
Marc Gonzalez
A13456874
Physics 2CL A05
Oct. 15, 17
LAB 1 REPORT
Section 3
1. Based off your observation of the Pom-Pom on the Van de Graaff generator, how is charge
distributed on the main sphere of
Physics 2CL Homework
Homework 4
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full credit and cir
Physics 2CL Homework
Homework 1
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type your answers. On any calculations, be sure to show all work to receive
full credit and cir
Physics 2CL Homework
Homework 2
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Physics 2CL Homework
Homework 3
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A09
1/19/17
Physics 2CL Lab 0
Uncertainty in voltage measurements (by analysis of voltage noise):
V = (2 5) 10 -5 V
Model for fitting the graph:
V(t) = Ae-t + B
Final fit parameters from MATLAB:
p(1)
Drive train/ Sliders, See
details in diagram below
Linear Sliders
String
Backboard (Mounting Board
Double Flange Hub
GM 2 Geared Motor
The goal our team created was to create a
simple, effective, dura
MOD
b = mod(a,m)
b = a - m.*floor(a./m).
Rem
b = rem(a,m)
b = a - m.*fix(a./m).
Differences Between mod and rem
mod function produces a result same sign as the divisor.
rem function produces a result