P-110, Sec 3 & Sec 4: Fall 2016
Dr. Khatun
Ch-2, Ch-3, and Ch-4
Along the horizontal direction ( x-direction)
Displacement : x =x f x i Average velocity : v av =
Average velocity : v av =
x f x i x
=
t
t
;
vf + vi
2
Average acceleration :aav =
v f v i
t
x
Bethany Buckley and Kelsey Lawson
Physics 110, MWF 2:15 pm
Measurement, Uncertainty, and Experimental Error (Lab #1)
Date conducted: May 18, 2016
Statement of Objectives:
To practice making accurate measurements; observe the relationship between an instru
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Lab Report
Bethany Buckley and Kelsey Lawson
Physics 110, MWF 2:15
Addition and Resolution of Vectors Lab #4
May 27, 2016
Statement of Objectives
The objective of this lab was to examine how vectors are added together and also to fig
Lab Report
Bethany Buckley and Kelsey Lawson
Physics 110, MWF 2:15
Motion in two dimensions Lab #3
May 25, 2016
Statement of Objectives
The objective of this lab was to examine the placement of a bouncing ball by taking snapshots. The
software used allowe
New Format 20Mar97
C:\WIM_3_0\WORLD95\wim\2dcollision.dat
World-in-Motion-2dcollision
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Mass 2
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Inertia 1
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Inertia 2
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Frame Step
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Minimum F
20
Maximum F
49
Scale
604.3956
x origin
0
y_origin
0
-t(s)
x1(m)
y1(m)
x2(m)
y2(m)
V1xb
V1yb
V
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