Abstract
Not all of the students can afford buying a Physics book to use as their reference material while studying physics, and because we think that I.T can be about Physics in some ways, our group decided to create and design a website that contains stuffs about College Physics which is composed of the following: * History of Physics

* Branches of Physics (Branches of Classical Physics and Modern Physics) * Significance of Physics.
* Tribute to the greatest Physicians and their contributions to advancement of Physics * Deeper explanation and recapitulation on Scientific Method, Significant Digits, Scientific Notation and the four types of variable relationship * Measurement

* Conversion Table
* Definition and examples of Scalar Quantity including the steps to solve it. * Definition and examples Vector Quantity including the steps to solve it. * All about Motion
* Random trivia about Sciences (Social, Natural, and Applied) * Quizzes, exercises, and activities ON EACH of the lessons to test if the students had absorbed and understand the lessons clearly *Further lessons would be added after the group provide a Physics book that would be the reference of this website if the investigatory project would be approved.

The lessons mentioned above would come from a book that we will provide if the project will be approved. We honestly state that the contents of the lessons that would be put on the website can be found somehow on other reference material but the thing that would make our work unique and original is, we would put our own assessment about a certain lesson and add some personal understanding about the topic to spice it up. We aim to make students more interested in Physics, encourage them to like it, and finally diminish their misconception that Physics is a hard subject by making it entertaining to study at the web. This investigatory project will surely satisfy the needs of thrifty students and lessen their...

...raised by physicists precisely and on the achievements of physics.
It's not by chance that for about three centuries were marked by the science. People involved in it, opened and opened the fundamental laws of nature that determine the structure and movement of material objects in a large range of distances, time and mass. Ranges of these great - from the small, atomic and subatomic to the cosmic and universal.
Of course, this is not physics said...

...A ball is thrown upward at time t=0 from the ground with an initial velocity of 18 m/s (~ 40 mph). Assume that g = 10 m/s2.
Time to reach apex 18/10 = 1.8
Time x 2 = 3.6
Great height reached by ball – (Velocity)(time)+(-5)(time^2)
18x1.8+(-5)(1.8^2)=16.2
A model rocket accelerates upward from the ground with a constant acceleration, reaching a height of 63 m in 8 s.
* Speed at height 63 - 2x63/8 = answer What is...

...has mass m and speed v before the collision. After the collision
a. each car has half the momentum.
b. car A stops and car B has momentum mv.
c. car A stops and car B has momentum 2mv.
d. the momentum of car B is four times as great in magnitude as that of car A.
e. each car has half of the kinetic energy.
60. A catapult fires an 800-kg rock with an initial velocity of 100 m/s at a 40° angle to the ground. The magnitude of the vertical...

...1. Alice throws the ball to the +X direction with an initial velocity 10m/s. Time elapsed during the motion is 5s, calculate the height that object is thrown and Vy component of the velocity after it hits the ground.
2. John kicks the ball and ball does projectile motion with an angle of 53º to horizontal. Its initial velocity is 10 m/s, find the maximum height it can reach, horizontal displacement and total time required for this motion. (sin53º=0, 8 and...

...the ball through the platform as many times as desired. Take measurements and find the average distance and the standard deviation and compare to estimated distance. The imperfections in the bounce plate and variations in the release of the ball will cause scatter in the data. A ball released twice from the same height will not hit the paper at the same place
Height (H) variable-
H=1/2g t^2 [ t= sqrt 2H/g) [ calculating the height using gravity and time)...

...Calories rather than in joules. Express the work done in part (a) in terms of nutritional Calories, noting that 1 joule = 2.389 × 10-4 nutritional Calories.
16- You are working out on a rowing machine. Each time you pull the rowing bar toward you, it moves a distance of 1.2 m in a time of 1.5 s. The readout on the display indicates that the average power you are producing is 82 W. What is the magnitude of the force that you exert on the handle...

...is pushing a merry-go-round. The angle through the merry-go-round has turned varies with time according to θ(t) = γt + βt3, where γ = 0.400 rad/s and β = 0.0120 rad/s3.
a. Calculate the angular acceleration as a function of time.
b. What is the initial value of the angular velocity?
c. Calculate the instantaneous value of the angular velocity at t =5.00 s and the average angular velocity for the time interval t = 0 to t = 5.00 s.
2. At t =...

...(CIDEB)
Physics
LAB REPORT
Uniform Rectilinear Motion
Teacher: Patrick Morris
Alejandra Castillejos Longoria
Group: 205
ID: 1663878
Abstract
The purpose of this experiment, was to prove the concept of the uniform linear motion by using an air track. With this, we demonstrated the impulse and change in momentum, the conservation of energy and the linear motion. We basically learnt to calculate the...

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