• Physics lab report
    ABSTRACT: The lab of one dimensional motion is a series of experiments that deal with different types of motion in a single direction. In the first experiment, one dimensional motion of a small cart on an air track is measured in a one photogate system. The acceleration was calculated by the infr
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  • Investigation 2.5: acceleration due to gravity of different masses
    Investigation 2.5: Acceleration Due to Gravity of Different Masses SPH 4CI-01 Al Einstein, James Maxwell, Isaac Newton, James Watt Mrs. Joldwcks Due Date: July 19, 2008 Cut-Off Date: July 21, 2008 Purpose: To determine if the mass of a falling object affects its accelera
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  • Acceleration due to gravity
    Acceleration Due to Gravity Have you ever wondered why items always speed up when they are falling? Well it all has to do with acceleration due to gravity. Acceleration is the rate at which an object changes its velocity. Acceleration can be calculated by finding the change in velocity and dividin
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  • Acceleration due to gravity
    Determination of the Acceleration Due to Gravity By A Good Student   Abstract   The acceleration due to gravity, g, was determined by dropping a metal bearing and measuring the free-fall time with a pendulum of known period.  The measured value is 9.706 m/s2 with a standard deviation of...
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  • Physics Lab Report
     Physics Lab Report How does the length of a string holding a pendulum affect its oscillation? Method 1. You will need the following apparatus: a pendulum, a piece of string, a clamp, a clamp stand and a timer. 2. Measure out 20cm and attach the metal ball. 3. Establish an...
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  • physics lab report of Circuits
     Lab 3. Dc circuits and Ohm’s law of measurments Helina Wolfe Tannaz Farnoudi and Najah Rouse Physics 246-205 Professor Joe Renaud 09/23/13 Word count:1453 Abstract: The aim of this experiment was to understand the relationship between the variables of Ohm’s...
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    LABORATORY REPORT Acceleration Due to Gravity Table of contents Objective 1 Equipment 1 Procedures 1 Recorded
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  • Free fall and acceleration due to gravity
    Free fall and the acceleration due to gravity Problem/Question: How do you measure the acceleration of a falling object? Hypothesis: by measuring velocities of a falling ball then applying the data into equations numerous times, the results should approach to the acceleration. Variables: A:
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  • Newton’s second law and acceleration due to gravity
    February 24, 2012 Lab #8: Newton’s Second Law and Acceleration Due to Gravity Purpose: To observe a few effects of constant force and varying mass, constant mass and varying force and varying both mass and force and relate them to Newton’s Second Law. Apparatus: Theory and Background:
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  • Physics lab report
    Purpose Determine the acceleration in a quick sprint. Question What would the participant’s acceleration be if he/she sprints forward in a positive direction? Hypothesis/Prediction When a person sprints forward, it means he/she speeds up. Consequently, the acceleration should be positive. Whe
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    AIM: Finding the gravitational field strength by using a simple harmonic motion of a spring and slotted masses. INTRODUCTION: When a mass suspended from a spring is displaced, due to the acceleration, kg s-2, from its equilibrium and released it will oscillate up and down with a kind of...
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  • Lab report friction
    Hypothesis: For an increase in a normal force, there will be a corresponding increase in friction. Introduction: Force is usually connected with a push or pull exerted on an object. In this experiment, I am using a contact force, a force that exists from physical contact between two things. I
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  • Lab report manual
    Sample Lab Report for Physics 210 lab: The Ball-Drop Experiment Wayne Hacker and William Flack Copyright @Wayne Hacker 2009. All rights reserved. May 1, 2009 Hackernotes: Sample Lab Report, ©Wayne Hacker 2009. All rights reserved. 1 Contents 1 Introduction 2 Theory 4 4 5 3
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  • Physics lab
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  • Physic lab report parallel force
    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 ,wir
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  • Ancient weapons - lab report
    Physics Extended Cock Task Ancient Weapons Michael Bennett June 15th 2010 Teacher – Miss Shitcunt [pic] Contents Title 1 Contents 2 Introduction 3 Weapon Analysis 4-5 Weapon Physics 5-10 Calculations 11-20 Discussion 21-22 Bibliogra
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  • Lab report
    Physics for Engineering-I PHY-1421 Lab 08: Conservation of Energy Name__________________________________ ID _______________Sec______ Purpose The purpose of this activity is to investigate the relationship between the change in the gravitational potential energy and the kinetic energy of a f
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  • Physics lab
    Physics Lab PT CRUISING The velocity of one Archibald Gaston McHarg in one extremely suave PT Cruiser, made with love by Chrysler Pre-lab 1. Listen carefully to Mr. McHarg’s explanation of the lab 2. Get into groups 3. Do pre-lab 4. Find materials 5. Listen to the res
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  • Physics lab
    Ticker-Tape Timer: Finding “g” Tricia Mangan, Annie O’Brien, Abby Alexander, Allison Stenko Interpretations: 1. The time required for the objects with different masses to fall equal distances was equal. 2. The average speed of the two different masses was quite similar, within one te
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  • Bernoulli's theorem lab report
    Laboratory Report Bernoulli’s Theorem Lubna Khan, BEng Architectural Engineering Student ID No.: H00113999 Addressed to: Dr. Mehdi Nazirinia Date: 22/12/2012 Lab Experiment held on: 28/11/2012 Table
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