Kassidy Myers
PHY 211-002
PHY 211
Prelab 1
1) Read Lab 1 Manual.
2) What does the symbol mean? For example if they symbol represents length, what does
the symbol represent?
The d represents displacement, meaning there is some amount of uncert
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Introduction
The objective of this experiment is to find the moment of inertia of a rigid rotor from the
geometry and masses of its parts and by application of Newtons second law for rotational motion (Ellis,
43).
Experimental Log
Before beginning the e
Analysis and Discussion
In all experiments, there is a large chance of error entering the experiment. There are both systematic
and random errors in this experiment. Systematic errors are those caused by measurement tools
themselves and affect the experim
Introduction:
The purpose of this experiment is to experiment using Newtons laws of motion through viewing the
relationships of distance, time, velocity, and acceleration of a cart. (Ellis, 21)
To complete the necessary tasks for this assignment, group me
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Introduction
The objective of this experiment is to demonstrate and understand motion in two
dimensions under the influence of a single constant acceleration (Ellis, 11).
Experimental Log:
Prior to beginning this experiment, all materials needed were co
Results and Conclusions
The purpose of the projectile motion lab is to demonstrate two dimensional motion under the influence
of a single constant acceleration (Ellis, p. 11). In the experiment, a ball was first launched horizontally at
a short range to o
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Lab Report 1
Discussion and Analysis
Error enters all experiments in many ways. This experiment required the group to record the free fall
time of two balls of different sizes. The free fall times of the two balls should
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Pre Lab 5 Answers
1. To calculate the force and stretch of the spring, the equation below would be used.
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k = spring constant
The force exerted by mass is equal to
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The stretch of the spring
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Force
Lab #2: Acceleration Due to Friction
PI: Kristen Hale
DA: Kassidy Myers
Researcher: Barkley Bowling
Introduction - by Kassidy
The purpose for doing this lab was to determine how much friction effects the speed of
acceleration on a car on a flat track. Thi
PHY 211
Prelab 2
Read Lab 2. Study the Analysis section to make sure you have a firm
grasp of what is required for this lab.
.
1) A car is travelling with constant acceleration along a straight tract.
You measure the speed of the car to be 3.3 m/s an
Kassidy Myers
PHY211-004
5 February 2017
Pre Lab 3: Incline Track
Question 2: To calculate the angle opposite of the height of the triangle pictured, one would
take the sin(height/length).
Question 3:
Tan-1(6/82) = 4.18
Tan-1(4/78) = 2.93
Maxim
Pre Lab 7 Answers
Kassidy Myers
PHY211-004
19 March 2017
1. KE = 1/2*m*v^2
M = mass of the object
V = velocity of the object
Momentum of the object = P=m*v
KE = *m*v^2
KE = *(m^2*v^2)/m
KE = (1/2m)*P^2
KE = P^2/2m
2. An inelastic collision i
Lab: Free Fall
Section #: 005
Group #: 04
Experiment #: 1
Date : 2/16/14
Experiment One: Free Fall
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