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  • 11 Pages Collisions Lab Report
    Collisions Lab Report

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: PHYSICS 111

    Collisions & Conservation of Momentum PreLab Exercises 1. Using laws of conservation of energy and momentum, solve for the ratio of final velocities. Work: Pi = P , Law of Conservation of Momentum ...

  • 12 Pages Hitting a Target Lab Report
    Hitting a Target Lab Report

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: PHYSICS 111

    Projectile Motion: Hitting a Target PreLab Exercises 1. If ten shots are fired, while assuming that the spread in distances (the standard deviation) of shots fired from a projectile launcher ...

  • 9 Pages Calibrating a Cannon Lab Report
    Calibrating a Cannon Lab Report

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: PHYSICS 111

    Projectile Motion: Calibrating a Cannon PreLab Exercises 1. Work: Projectile Motion Kinematic Equations: t = 0 + 0t yt = y0 + 0t − 2 gt2 Information given: t = ± Hits ...

  • 11 Pages What’s Inside Lab Report
    What’s Inside Lab Report

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: PHYSICS 111

    What's Inside? PreLab Exercises 1. Obtain an expression for the dimensionless quantity C. What observable quantities are eliminated when the equation is written this way? What might ...

  • 8 Pages Engineering An Arm Lab Report
    Engineering An Arm Lab Report

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: PHYSICS 111

    Engineering an Arm PreLab Exercises 1. The force (Fi) that the wire exerts to keep the rod horizontal is calculated by doing the following: Work: where, F0 = m0g and since it stays horizontal, rotational equilibrium is achieved: ...

  • 2 Pages Spreadsheet Tutorial (Questions) Lab Report
    Spreadsheet Tutorial (Questions) Lab Report

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: PHYSICS 111

    Data Analysis with Spreadsheets Questions 1) • Possible systematic (hypothetical) errors in the measured values of v and h include the difference in uncertainty ranges reached at higher velocities and thus larger heights. The ...

  • 3 Pages Introduction to Measurements Lab Report
    Introduction to Measurements Lab Report

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: PHYSICS 111

    Introduction to Measurements 1. Measure the diameter of a lacrosse ball with a ruler. • 6.4 cm ± .1 cm 2. Measure the diameter of a lacrosse ball using a Vernier caliper. Compare this measurement to your result from Exercise 1. ...

  • 3 Pages Lab 10 Report
    Lab 10 Report

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: PHYSICS 102

    4/30/15. Physics 2 lab. Lab 10: When Approximations Fail. Prelab Questions: Calculating the expected frequency of oscillation: Observed amplitude: .07882 ± .000184 rad. Angular frequency: 3.501 ± .0004038 rad/sec. ...

  • 4 Pages Lab 9 Report
    Lab 9 Report

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: PHYSICS 102

    4/7/15. Lab 9. Prelab Questions: Inline Questions: The chime ball was more solid like. No we were not able to statistically distinguish the moment of inertia between the various balls (the error bars overlap). Conclusion: ...

  • 3 Pages Lab 11 Report
    Lab 11 Report

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: PHYSICS 102

    4/21/15. Lab 11: Ballistic Pendulum. Prelab: The period will be the one to contribute the most because everything else is a constant. Because the period is what we are measuring each time, this ...

  • 4 Pages Lab 4 Report
    Lab 4 Report

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: PHYSICS 102

    2/26/15. Lab 4: Distraction and Reaction Time. 3.5 PRELAB EXERCISES. 1. Assume that a ruler is initially suspended such that its lower end is at height, h = 0. The ruler is then dropped and allowed ...

  • 4 Pages Lab 7 Report
    Lab 7 Report

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: PHYSICS 102

    3/24/15. Lab 7: Arm Model. Prelab: Sum of the torques will equal zero therefore Tau_i will be equal to the neg value of Tau_o. Tau_i= 20cm*Fi and Tau_o=100cm*Fo. MA=(-rin/rout), Tau_out=-Tau_in. Characterizing the Spring: Procedure ...

  • 3 Pages Lab 3 Report
    Lab 3 Report

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: PHYSICS 102

    2/10/15. Lab 3: The Nature Of Statistical Processes. In-line questions: 6. Mean: 105.0±13.8ct/sec. 7. 1/100 th of a second because in one second, 100 events occur. Therefore if we want to isolate ...

  • 2 Pages Lab 1 Report
    Lab 1 Report

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: PHYSICS 102

    Lab 1: Introduction to Measurements 1. 6.5± .1cm 2. 63.41± .01mm, This measurement seems more accurate than the result from exercise 1. It is also smaller than the value from exercise 1 but it is close in value. ...

  • 3 Pages Lab 2 Reaction Time Report
    Lab 2 Reaction Time Report

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: PHYSICS 102

    9/23/2013. Lab 2-Reaction Time: What effect does talking or texting really have? 1. Procedure: Not Distracted Procedure: Place a ruler in the aluminum shield. Have the experimenter hold the ruler in place. ...

  • 4 Pages Lab 8 Report
    Lab 8 Report

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: PHYSICS 102

    3/31/15. Physics 2 Lab. Lab 8: Conservation of Momentum. Prelab: 2.5 EXERCISES: 1. Through the laws of conservation of energy and momentum we derive the following equations: Equation 1 can be rearranged to give rise to: Eq. ...