PHYS 1021 Lab Report 3
Julie San Diego, Diana Hoang, Brenna Pelletier
Date Performed: September 21, 2016
Date Due: September 28, 2016
Date Submitted: September 28, 2016
Lab Section: 57
Instructor: Xinhua Pan
Introduction
In this experiment we tested Newto
Newtons Laws of Motion
By: Kamyar Maghazehe
Lab partner: Victoria Mirrer
September 2015
Objective:
There were three objectives in this lab that we tested out. Objective 1: To determine what
happens to an objects velocity when no net force is acting on it.
TwoDimensional Motion
By: Kamyar Maghazehe
Lab partners: Victoria Mirrer, Josh Stoltzfus
September 2015
Objective:
To analyze and verify if the horizontal motion has any effect on the vertical and make a
determination how horizontal and vertical position
Onedimensional Motion
Kamyar Maghazehe
September 2015
Abstract:
We studied the motion by examining the distance the object traveled at the interval of one
second and confirmed the object moves approximately at the same speed. We continue
calculating aver
Kamyar Maghazehe
Lab9 investigating waves
Objective: Explore and understand relationship between period and the wavelength. Also, investigate
relationship between length and the wavelength that will conclude to a clear formation of the resonant
frequency
Kamyar Maghazehe
Lab 8 Density & Buoyancy
Objective: There are several objectives with this lab which includes understanding of the relationship between mass and
volume, variation of buoyancy force with respect to volume of displaced water and how does th
Kamyar Maghazehe
lab partners: Victoria Mirrer, Josh Stoltzfus
Lab 7
Hookes Law and Torque
Objective  Understand & investigate effect of the load on the extension of a spring. Investigate and confirm
whether other material follow the same extension and l
Lab 6: Momentum Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
By: Kamyar Maghazehe
Partners: Victoria Mirrer and Josh Stoltzfus
October 2015
Objective To analyze what happens to two objective when they collide. They will either stick
together or bounce and separate ap
Kamyar Maghazehe
lab partners: Victoria Mirrer, Josh Stoltzfus
Lab 5
Conservation of Energy
Objective  To Investigate & determine the relationship between velocity and height of an object traveling
down a frictionless inclined track. Also, we will invest
By: Kamyar Maghazehe
Partners: Victoria Mirrer and Josh Stolzfus
Lab 10 Thermal expansion and The Ideal Gas Law
Objective:

To explore the relationship between change in length with change in temperature
To investigate whether absolute zero is the lowes
Vertical Position vs Time (medium range)
V
0.17
0.165
Vertical Position (m)
f(x) =  10x^2 + 4.8x  0.386
R = 1
0.16
Vertical Position (m)
0.155
0.15
0.145
0.14
0.135
0.13
0.125
0.165
0.17
0.175
0.18
0.185
0.19
0.195
Time (s)
Ho
Horizontal Position vs Tim
Lab 4: The Pendulum
By: Kamyar Maghazehe
October 2015
Objective  we are to measure and record the period of a Pendulum. We will also study effect of
change in length, mass and amplitude on pendulum period.
Data Table 1
Table 2
Table 3
Length
(cm)
Period
By: Kamyar Maghazehe
Lab Partners: Josh Stolzfus and Victoria Mirrer
Lab 11 Latent Heat and Thermal Equilibrium
Objective:

To explore and understand how does amount of heat lost by the hot sample relates to amount of heat
gained by the cold sample.
To