Physics Lab Report: Parallel Force Aim: To test the principle of moments. Apparatus: Metre rule with holes drilled at the 25cm, 50cm and 75cm mark, 50g masses 50mm long bolt with a diameter of approximately 5mm, retort stand, boss head and clamp, 0-10 N spring balance, electronic pan balance ,wire...
Physics Lab Report Experiment M3 Centripetal Force School: La Salle College Class: 6G Group members (Group 7): Carson Ho, Tang Yui Hong, John Yu, Justin Kwong Date: 1 / 10 / 2014 Report is written by: Tang Yui Hong 6G (27) Title Centripetal Force Objective...
Track is positioned along the edge of the table. It is a long straight metal beam with many small holes that are roughly each 2mm in diameter. It is positioned at an angle to allow the gliders to glide down the slope. A blower pump is placed under the table, and it is connected to the beam, which allows...
Parallel Forces Objective: Find FA and FB on the apparatus which are parallel to both Fulcrum A and B. Calculations: Theoretical FB Στ = 0 +FB 0.5 - (0.1kg x g x 0.1m) - (0.2kg x g x 0.4m) - (0.05kg x g x 0.7m) - (0.1kg x g x 0.3m) = 0 -[{(0.1kg x 0.1m) + (0.2kg x 0.4m) + (0.05kg x 0.7m)...
Lab 1- Measurements of a Table ABSTRACT: The purpose of this experiment was to determine the value of the acceleration of a free falling object and to describe the range of experimental values. Within the experiment the items used to help provide the conclusion that 2/3 or our values...
Lab 1- Measurements of a Table ABSTRACT: The purpose of this experiment was to determine the value of the acceleration of a free falling object and to describe the range of experimental values. Within the experiment the items used to help provide the conclusion that 2/3 or our values...
Purpose The reason for this experiment is to prove that objects of different masses, when dropped from the same height, fall at the same velocity. Apparatus - 2 Marbles of different mass, one steel and one nylon - Dropping Mechanism with a lever to hold the marble and pull for drop - Bee Spi (measures...
Experiment 7: Relative Density Laboratory Report Marella Dela Cruz, Janrho Dellosa, Arran Enriquez, Alyssa Estrella, Zacharie Fuentes Department of Math and Physics College of Science, University of Santo Tomas España, Manila Philippines Abstract The experiment was conducted to show the different...
Lab: Constant Velocity Motion in One Dimension Objective The objective of this lab is to demonstrate the idea of velocity, position, distance, and displacement of a moving object in one dimension at a constant velocity. Also to be able to model a cart’s...
Kevin Zhen Using a ‘Force wheel’ To Determine Vector Quantities 11/18/10 Thursday 8-9 Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to represent vector quantities in graphic form and to determine the resultant of two or more vectors graphically. Introduction: My Classmates and...
Lab II, Problem 3: Projectile Motion and Velocity Oct. 06, 2013 Physics 1301W, Professor: Hanany, TA: Vladimir Abstract A ball is tossed obliquely. The vectors of position and velocity are measured. The acceleration is calculated. Introduction A toy company is now making an instructional...
Physics Lab Report#3 “Determining the period of a pendulum” Name: Fei Huo Date performed: October 1st, 2014 Period 5 Teacher: Mr. Glasel Purpose: The Purpose of this Lab was so that my classmates and I can examine what kind of factors affect the period of a pendulum...
oscillating system k/Nm−1 = force constant of the spring. Hooke’s Law tells that the force acting on the spring is proportional to the extension of the spring; ...
Grade 11 physics: SPH3U1-01 | Physics Lab Report | Specific Heat Capacity of Brass | | Jin Jin Shi | 2012/12/6 | Instructor: Mr. Nailer | I. Introduction The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of a solid body depends on its change in temperature (ΔT), its mass...
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS EXPERIMENT 201 WORK, ENERGY AND POWER GRADE GRADE Name: CAYETANO, Ma. Frederiza Anne M. Program/Year: MSE-2 Course Code/Section: PHY11/B2 Student number: 2010102844 Group number: 2 Date of Performance: July 27, 2013 Date of Submission: August...
of momentum is P=m*v, where P=Momentum, m=Mass of the object, and v=Velocity of the object. Impulse can be defined as the product of the average net force and the time interval over which it acts. The mathematical equation of impulse isAnother thing that one must know is the impulse momentum theorem. The...
Physics Lab Report #7 “Analyzing a Projectile’s Motion” Name: Fei Huo Date performed: October 22st, 2014 Period 5 Teacher: Mr. Glasel Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to examine the behavior of a projectile’s motion Introduction: My Classmates and I were doing experiments...
Thursday Pd. 8-9 Purpose: To find the velocity or speed of the object that is increasing by the same amount each second. Introduction: In this lab my classmates and I were to use a mini cart and see the acceleration of velocity of it from a tilted rail. We had a tick timer that makes little dots...
mass and volume both increase as the size of a sample of matter increases. How will density vary if we change the size of a sample of matter? In this lab we will find out. Objectives: - To determine the mathematical and graphical relationship between the mass and volume of several samples of matter...
Post lab 4. If we increase the temperature of a conductor, its resistance will increase. In a semiconductor, resistance will decrease as temperature increases. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_effect_of_increasing_temperature_on_resistance#ixzz1u3megHV5 1. Resistors Resistors...