Section #004 Experiment #:1 Date performed: 13SEP 2007 Date due: 27 SEP 2007 *Final 19 SEP 2007 *Draft
EXPERIMTENT ONE: Free Fall
Principal investigator: Skeptic: Researcher TA
William "Dan the Man" Thompson Simeon Cherrix
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John Cebak_ Hassa
Multiple Choice Questions [ 5 points each]
1. Which expression is dimensionally consistent with an expression that would yield a value for time1?
(v is velocity, x is distance, and t is time)
a.
b.
c.
d.
v/x
v2/x
x/t
v2t
2. A European sports car dealer cl
III. Discussion and Analysis Part 1: Newtons First Law The velocity of the cart on the way to the barrier will be compared to the velocity of the cart on the return trip to the CBR. First, the velocity of the cart on the way to the barrier was found by in
Section #004 Experiment #:1 Date performed: 13 SEP 2007 Date due: 27 SEP 2007
EXPERIMTENT ONE: Free Fall
Principal investigator: Skeptic: Researcher TA
William Daniel Thompson Simeon Cherrix
_X_
_X_
John Cebak_X_ Hassan_
Role
I
DC
AD
RC
Q
Section #: 402
Group #2
Experiment #: 5
Date performed: 11/07/07 & 11/14/07
Date due: 11/26/07
Rotational Dynamics
Principal investigator:
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Skeptic:
_
Researcher
_
TA
Role
_
I
DC
I introduction
DC data and calculation
AD analysis and discussion
RC result
Multiple Choice Questions [ 5 points each]
1. A bucket filled with water has a mass of 23 kg and is attached to a rope, which in turn, is wound around a
0.050-m radius cylinder at the top of a well. What torque does the weight of water and bucket produce
Introduction
The experiment that was conducted consisted of three major objectives. These objectives
included 1) studying linear motion which had a constant acceleration, 2) studying the motion of
free fall as a linear motion, and 3) measuring acceleratio
Newtons First and Second Laws
Introduction:
The purpose of this experiment was to test Newtons first and second laws to determine their
viability. Through mathematical manipulations of the measurements of time, velocity, and distance,
the weight of an obj
Section #004 Experiment #:1 Date performed: 27 SEP 2007 Date due: 11 OCT 2007
EXPERIMTENT TWO: Projectile Motion
Principal investigator: Skeptic: Researcher TA
William Daniel Thompson Simeon Cherrix
_X_
_X__
John Cebak_X_ Hassan_
Role
I
DC
INTRODUCTION:
For our first experiment we were dealing with gravity and all its related aspects. The objectives
of this lab were to examine the linear motion of a free falling object with constant acceleration and to
measure the acceleration due to gravit
DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS
In this experiment, we had to find the gravitational acceleration of a two different masses. The
masses we used were of specific steel balls, which were 13mm and a 16mm. We weighed the steel balls
on a Triple Beam Balance. The resu
Announcements
HW #6 due Friday at 10:00 a.m.
Quiz #6 on Friday
Exam #2 materials posted on Canvas
Lab #3 report due Monday, October 24 at 11:59 p.m.
(as per the syllabus)
1
Examples of Rotational Motion
Slides 10-14 of biomechanics lecture
2
Math Revi
Announcements
Lab #4 Written Report due Wed Nov 9 at 11:59 p.m.
HW #9 due Friday at 10:00 a.m.
Exam #3 on Wednesday, November 16
7:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m., 153 Chem-Phys
(same time, same location)
Per agreement
Class on Friday, November 18
No Class on Monda
Multiple Choice Questions [ 5 points each]
1. Which expression is dimensionally consistent with an expression that would yield a value for time1?
(v is velocity, x is distance, and t is time)
a. v/x
b. v2/x
c. x/t
d . v 2t
2. A European sports car dealer
Multiple Choice Questions [ 5 points each]
1. A bucket filled with water has a mass of 23 kg and is attached to a rope, which in turn, is wound around a
0.050-m radius cylinder at the top of a well. What torque does the weight of water and bucket produce
Announcements
Exam #2 tonight
7:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m., Room 153 Chem-Phys Bldg
Formula sheet will be provided
Todays material not on the exam
No class on Friday
Lab #3 report due Monday at 11:59 p.m.
HW #7 due next Friday (Oct 28) at 10:00 a.m.
1
Force
Neha Patel
2/17/2017
PHY211-002
Prelab 6: Energy
1.
A) m2gh= Gravitational Potential
B)12 kx2 = Potential energy of the spring
C)KE spring = 12 m2v2
Post-Lab
2. The red spring is easier to stretch. This is shown by it being able to stretch the same distan
Neha Patel
4/1/17
PHY211-002
Prelab 10: Period of a Pendulum
1.
The key assumption this is the consideration of restoring torque. It is assumed that in a simple
pendulum oscillations are due to restoring torque.
Torque= (F) x (length)
2.
L3 > L2 > L1 ther
Announcements
HW #3 now available on WebAssign
Due Friday Sept 16 at 10:00 a.m.
Quiz #2 today, starting at ~1:15 p.m.
Monday: Lab #1
Pre-Lab: due Monday Sept 12 at 11:59 a.m. via Canvas;
only one submission per group required
1
y
v0 : initial velocity
Neha Patel
2/13/17
PHY211-002
Prelab 5: Springs
1.
F
spring
=m g
1
Stretch=(L1 L0)
2. The best fit value for k is 20.1866.
3.
(time at peak 2) (time at peak 1) = (11) (0) = 11 seconds
Announcements
Quiz #8 today at ~11:15 a.m.
HW #9 available, due next Friday at 10:00 a.m.
Lab #4 Written Report due Wed Nov 9 at 11:59 p.m.
1
What is the Universe Made Of ?
Actually, we
have no clue
2
Normal Matter: Four States (Phases)
Solid
Liquid
G
Announcements
Exam #2 materials on Canvas
Exam #2 on Wednesday
7:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m., Room 153 Chem-Phys Bldg
Formula sheet will be provided
No class on Friday
1
Example: Skier Problem, revisited
Recall: Skier starts from a vertical
height of 5.0 m. No
RotationalMotion1
Introduction
In part I of experiment 5 of rotational dynamics, we took everything into
consideration on the rotating aluminum arm to be weighed separately in determining the
total mass of the system. We first labeled and made sure anythi
Lab #3: Pre-Lab Worksheet
Answers to these questions are to be submitted via Canvas. Only one submission per group is required.
Work is to be submitted in PDF format (e.g., from tablet work, scans, photos of work, etc.).
Group Table/Color:
Group Members:
Nemndla Sanwumg
PHY 211 Prelab 5
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. Mob: 'towland thinng physically, they found that the springs were touching and as a result, they
initial themes just neces
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