PHYS 123, Lab 2 Questions
Name:
CWID:
Write your answers on a separate sheet and attach your signed datasheet when turning it in. You must
show all of your work for full credit. Make it clear to me you understand what youre doing. Any graphs
or tables sho
Experiment 8: Mechanical Energy
In this lab we will study and investigate the concepts of potential energy, kinetic energy, conservative
forces and the conservation of energy in more detail. Potential energy is energy that is associated with and
attribute
Name: Rodaina Mohamed
Physics 123-06
Date: 02/04/2016
Density and Hooke's Law Experiment
Objectives:
Experiment 1:
To identify unknown material by calculating the density, to plot the recorded data, and
compare the results.
Experiment 2:
To calculate the
4.905
9.81
14.715
1.93
3.90
5.76
Graph of Applied Force vs Normal Force
7.00
6.00
f(x) = 0.3904179409x + 0.0333333333
5.00
4.00
Fmin(N)
3.00
2.00
1.00
0.00
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
Normal Force(N)
Graph of Force Applied vs Normal force
1.80
1.60
1.40
FN
f(x) = 0
LAB #6
Measuring the coefficient Kinetic Friction of two
surfaces in motion
Name: Christopher Udeh
Experiment Performed: 6th October 2016
Experiment Due: 13th October 2016
TA: Ivan Lepetic
Experiment #1
STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVE
The objective of the experime
LAB #5
Experiment #1
Measuring the Accelerations of the
Masses On the Atwood Machine
Christopher Udeh
Date of Experiment: 29 September 2016
Date Due: 6 September 2016
TA: Ivan Lepetic
STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVE
The objective of the lab was to determine the ac
LAB #7
Experiment #1
Observation of Conversion of Potential
Energy to Kinetic Energy of a Glider on an
Air Track
STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVE
The objective of the lab was to observe the conversion of potential energy of a
spring to kinetic energy of a glider on
Lab #1
Experiment #1
Measuring The Density of Aluminum and
an unknown Substance
Christopher Udeh
Date of Experiment: 1 September 16
Due Date: 8 September 16
TA: Ivan Lepetic
STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVE
The objective of the lab was to determine the density of a
LAB #3
Experiment #1
Newtons Second Law: Experiment to
Determine if Acceleration in Proportional
to Force Applied
Christopher Udeh
Date of Experiment: 15 September 2016
Due Date: 22 September 2016
TA: Ivan Lepetic
STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVE
The objective of t
C) The graph of the horizontal distance Vs the launch angle
300
250
f(x) = - 0.06x^2 + 3.77x + 197.2
R = 0.99
200
The horizontal distance (cm)
150
100
50
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
The Launch angle
D) Equation:
g=
2 y
t2
1st
0.398
0.913
11.57
Time (s)
YO (m
Feb 15, 2017
Lab 3
STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVE
The objective of this lab is to design an experiment
1) To test the relationship between the effective force applied to glider and
the acceleration.
2) To prove that it is not possible to show that the acceleratio
with one cylinder
time
0.15 s
0.14 s
0.15s
0.15 s
0.15s
0.14 s
0.14 s
red box
speed
69.07 m/s
71.00 m/s
68.80 m/s
69.35 m/s
69.57 m/s
70.13 m/s
70.74 m/s
215.8 g base mass
127.5 =x
avg 69.67 v
avg 0.146 t
with two cylinders
0.15 s
0.14 s
0.15s
0.14s
0.15
Experiment 3: Newtons 2nd Law
In 1608, Galileo Galilei wanted to investigate the motion of falling objects. However, the objects fell
too fast making it extremely difficult to measure their velocities and accelerations. His solution was to roll
the object
March 1, 17
Experiment 5: Atwoods Machine
STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVE
The objective of the lab is study Newtons law of motion and to measure the
acceleration using the Atwood machine.
THEORY
Atwoods machine is designed to see the laws of motion when the accele
Projectile Motion
Lab #2
1. (a).
= 0
Time( t )
v 0x
v 0y
vx
vy
x (m)
0.5100 s
4.245
0 m/s
4.245
-5.003
216.5 cm
m/s
m/s
m/s
= 30
0.6619 s
2.840
m/s
1.640
m/s
2.840
m/s
-4.853
m/s
188.0 cm
= 45
0.7570 s
2.378
m/s
2.378
m/s
2.378
m/s
-5.048
m/s
180.0 cm
Newtons 2nd Law
Lab #3
Statement of Objective
This experiment require us to test the Newtons second Law by using computer to
collect the accelerated glider moving along an incline.
Introduction
Newton was a brilliant scientists who lived during the sevent
Measuring the Object's Density and The Hookes Law
Lab #1
Statement of Objective
This lab required us to do two different experiments. The purpose of the first experiment
is to use a correct method to measure the density of an Aluminum cylinder and an
unkn
Experiment 1: Introductory Experiments
Density of Matter
The density of a material is an intrinsic quantity given by = M/V , where M is the mass of the
material and V is the volume of the material. In this exercise you will use vernier calipers and the ba
Sukhdeo, Lorenzo
PHYS 123 Section #01
Lab 5: Atwoods Machine
Introduction
A famous physician George Atwood manufactured a device that could verify the forces on
objects under constant acceleration. In his setup, depicted in Fig. 1, a string with little ma
Sukhdeo, Lorenzo
PHYS 123 Section #01
Lab 6: Friction
1a.
The surface used was like a carpet, which had little pieces of furr protruding out of it. The furr
was very soft.
b. Yes these values make sense. The coefficients of kinetic friction for the same s
Sukhdeo, Lorenzo
PHYS 123 Section #01
Lab 10: Rotational Motion
Introduction
Rotational motion is described using a polar coordinate system and the motion is about a fixed
point. For rotational motion, position, velocity and acceleration are represented b
Sukhdeo, Lorenzo
PHYS 123 Section #01
Lab 5: Atwoods Machine
Introduction
A famous physician George Atwood manufactured a device that could verify the forces on
objects under constant acceleration. In his setup, depicted in Fig. 1, a string with little ma
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