You have probably watched a ball roll off a table and strike the floor. What determines where it
will land? Could you predict where it will land? In this experiment, you will roll a ball down a
ramp and determine the balls veloci
Before I talk about the physics behind elevators, I want to go in to detail about how
elevators work. The most popular design for elevators would be the roped elevator
design. (Used in apartments, malls and corporate buildings). A roped elevator
Ford Motor Company
CEO: Mark Fields
Canada CEO: Dianne Craig
Chairman of the board: William Clay Ford Jr.
The Ford Company is an international automaker. Their headquarters is located Detroit, Michigan. The
company was founded on June 16, 1903 by Henry fo
Daniel, Uzair, Suha
Electrostatic Force- Balloon Lab
November 11 2016
Purpose: To determine the number of excess or missing electrons the balloons will have after being
Description: Tie balloons, (blown to equal size), to
Friction Experiment Report
Aninda Das, Ismum Seum
October 12, 2016
The purpose of the experiment was to find the coefficient of friction between
a wooden ramp and different objects. Objects were released from a ramp fix
1-D Elastic Collisions
The following carts are moving on a level frictionless surface
and when they collide they collide through perfectly elastic
For the following conditions find the unknown variables.
MA (kg) MB (kg)
VA (m/s) VB
Vector Analysis of Uniform Circular Motion
Level the table.
Set the timer at 100 ms.
Place the paper over the post on the suction cup, try to make the hole as small as
possible as this will be the center of your motion and reference poi
Introduction: In studies of projectile motion students often question the reality of whether or not
horizontal and vertical motions are independent of each other. Students should recall
the demonstration of the two balls, one drop
Kinematics Problems 1
Acceleration Due to Gravity
Ignore air resistance unless otherwise stated. Use a = g = 10 m/s 2.
1. How long will take for a bomb to hit the ground if it is released
from 500 m above the ground?
2. A ball is thrown upwards at
Kinematics Problems 2
1. A car accelerates from rest at 2.5 m/s2 [ S]. After the car
travels 40.0 m what is the cars velocity?
2. A motorcycle travelling at 50.0 km/h pulls out to pass a car.
The bike reaches a speed of 90.0 km/h and 5.0 s later p
Projectile Motion 3
Introduction: The initial velocity of a projectile can be broken into a component in the y-direction and a
component in the x-direction. On the other hand if the two components are known then
the initial velocity can be found b
Writing Lab Reports
A complete should contain the following:
Hypothesis ( when possible)
Title correct title and reference for the lab
Vector Problems 1
1. A bus is travelling along a road at 60.0 km/h [W]. Inside a passenger
is walking up the aisle to talk to the driver. If the passenger walks at
her normal speed of 5.0 km/h what is her velocity:
a) Relative to the other passeng
REVIEW TEST UNIT 3
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1. a) Find the equations (sine and cosine) of the following graph and state the amplitude, the period, the horizontal
expansion/compression, the phase shift (the horizontal translation) the vertical translati