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Collisions Lab Report
School: Johns Hopkins
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 ...

Hitting a Target Lab Report
School: Johns Hopkins
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 ...

Calibrating a Cannon Lab Report
School: Johns Hopkins
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 ...

The Nature of Statistical Processes Lab Report
School: Johns Hopkins
Course: PHYSICS 111
The Nature of Statistical Processes Table 1 Table of Average Counts & Standard Deviation Trial Average Counts (Counts Per Interval) Standard Deviation (Counts Per Interval) Fractional ...

When Approximations Fail Lab Report
School: Johns Hopkins
Course: PHYSICS 111
When Approximations Fail PreLab Exercises A mass of 0.250 ± 0.001 kg is connected to the end of a light chord to make a pendulum. The length between the pendulum's axis of rotation ...

What’s Inside Lab Report
School: Johns Hopkins
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 ...

Engineering An Arm Lab Report
School: Johns Hopkins
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: ...

Spreadsheet Tutorial (Questions) Lab Report
School: Johns Hopkins
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 ...

Introduction to Measurements Lab Report
School: Johns Hopkins
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. ...