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Introduction:
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Alejandra Castillejos Longoria
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ID: 1663878
Abstract
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How does the length of a string holding a pendulum affect its oscillation?
Method
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2. Measure out 20cm and attach the metal ball.
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Group : A
Date : 20 June 2013
Matrix no : CPM 17/12C
Lecturer’s name : Mr. Zikri
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Name______________________ Group_____
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plate
(reference 5)
6. Laboratory balance
(reference 6)
7. Two kinds of metal
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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 3, 2013
Sir Bernard Aguirre
Instructor
GRAPH AND CALCULATIONS
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DAS 12603
SECTION 4
*LAB*** REPORT**
EXPERIMENT 5 :
SPECIFIC HEAT, LATENT HEAT OF VAPORISATION & LATENT HEAT OF FUSION
GROUP 26
NAME
MATRIX NU.
MUHAMMAD SULHI BIN ABDUL SAMAD
AA 131262
MUHAMMAD SYUKRI BIN KASSIM
AA 131264
NUR HUSNA QADIRAH BINTI ZULHASRI
AA 130022
NURUL IZZATY NATASYA BINTI ALI
AA 130988
DATE OF EXPERIMENT : 11/10/2013
INSTRUCTOR : CIK NORBAIZURA NORDIN
Name
NUR HUSNA QADIRAH BINTI ZULHASRI
Date
11 / 10 / 2013

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Post ** lab**
4. If we increase the temperature of a conductor, its resistance will increase. In a semiconductor, resistance will decrease as temperature increases.
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