Nakida D. & Kinzia S.
Block 5/6
October 29th 2015
Horizontal Projectile Motion Lab
Objective:
We are trying to find if the model for horizontal projectile motion shows the same horizontal
component of an object's velocity as predicted using other methods.
Nakida Duke
Block 5/6
October 6th 2015
Acceleration Gedanken
Objective:
What is the experimental value for the acceleration due to gravity?
Hypothesis:
The accepted value of the acceleration of gravity is 9.81 m/s 2 but because
this is just a simple grade
Nakida D. & Kinzia S.
Block 1/2
September 24th, 2016
Conservation of Momentum Lab
Objective:
The objective of this lab is to determine if momentum is conserved in both 1-D and
2-D collisions.
Hypothesis:
The law of conservation of momentum states that whe
Nakida D. & Kinzia S.
Block 5/6
November 20th
Coefficient of Friction
Objective:
What is the kinetic coefficient of friction between two forces?
Hypothesis:
We predict that the kinetic coefficient of friction will be very low compared to the force
applied
ARCHBISHOPMACDONALDHIGHSCHOOL
Pendulum
PhysicsIBDesignLab
3/12/2013
Design Lab
Background:
A pendulum is equipment which a bob attached to a string and one of ends of the string is fixed
at a point (Figure 1). The bob swings back and forth assuming withou
ARCHBISHOPMACDONALDHIGHSCHOOL
Light
DesignLab
Irene Sha
4/1/2013
Problem
What is the index of refraction for glass?
Background
The refraction of waves occurs when a wave changes direction when it is moving. This is caused
by the change in speed of a wave
Coulomb'sLawLab
2012
Purpose:
Finding the relationship between the force between two charged objects and the distance
between them.
Hypothesis:
Two pith ballsone attached to a scale and other attached to a ring stand are both
negatively charged pith balls
PHYSICS 20N UNIT 3
PROBLEM REVIEW
NAME:
Be sure to show explicit formulas and substitutions for all questions, where appropriate. Round final
answers correctly; give correct units. Be sure to show your work for all problems. Solar system constants
can be
PHYSICS 20N UNIT 4
REVIEW
NAME:
Be sure to show explicit formulas and substitutions for all calculational questions, where appropriate.
Round final answers correctly; give correct units. Be sure to show your work for all calculational problems.
This unit
Physics 20
Mid-Term Exam
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