Physics 1 Lab - Section 001 CP1 Lab Report - Projectile Motion October 12, 2009 The purpose of Lab Assignment 1 was to analyze projectile motion. In doing so, we determined the initial velocity of the ball shot horizontally from the spring loaded projectile launcher. Also, we verified the angle at which the projection of the ball would produce a maximum range. Lastly, we predicted the range that a ball would travel at a certain angle, theta. Projectile motion is the motion of objects...
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Title Projectile Motion Abstract A projectile was fired from atop an elevation and an angle. The initial velocity for each firing was likely to be the same. The distance traveled in the horizontal direction was measured for multiple firings of each trial, and the values were averaged. When the initial velocity for each of these averages was calculated it was proved that the initial velocity was relatively constant. These measurements had many possible sources of error including air resistance and ...
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Projectile Motion PHYS111 Formal Report 2 University of Canterbury Campbell Moulder Abstract The force of gravity is said to be a constant of 9.81 ms-2 (3). This can be proved by measuring the projectile motion of a bouncy ball and plotting a ∆Vertical Velocity vs. Time graph, the gradient of which should equal the constant force (acceleration due to) of gravity. Our gradient value of 10.26±0.49 ms-2 is consistent with the actual value of 9.81 ms-2. Introduction A projectile is an...
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Introduction: Good morning friends and classmates. Good morning, Sir. In this report, we will talk about the concept of Projectile Motion. Now, for you to have a clearer concept of what you had in mind about this and before I give you the definition, I want to start with giving you an example. So, I want you guys to help me in this. (Draws on the board as she tells the story) So imagine that there is this tall, crazy guy on jersey no. (insert no. here) who has a ball with him and he happened to...
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Example Projectile Motion Lab Report You may not copy the exact words here in any way on a re-written lab. Determination on the Effect of Angle on the Range of a Projectile Joselyn J. Todd, other science students, and even other science students Sept. 12, 2006 Joselyn J. Todd, Example Lab, 9/12/2006 2 Introduction Parabolic motion has been studied for a long time dating all the way back to the time in which Galileo was conducting experiments. In this lab report, the range a foam...
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Projectile Motion You have probably watched a ball roll off a table and strike the floor. What determines where it will land? Could you predict where it will land? In this experiment, you will roll a ball down a ramp and determine the ball’s velocity with a pair of Photogates. You will use this information and your knowledge of physics to predict where the ball will land when it hits the floor. [pic] Figure 1 objectives * MEASURE THE VELOCITY OF A BALL USING TWO PHOTOGATES AND...
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Name __ Projectile Motion Go to http://phet.colorado.edu/simulations/sims.php?sim=Projectile_Motion and click on Run Now. Pre Lab Reflections: What are the What forces are at play on a body under fall? Gravity plays a part in force on the weight of your body. Make a prediction of which angle results in maximum range. I predict that the 45 degrees will result in max range. Activity: Open the sim, projectile motion. Familiarize yourself with the variables shown there. Ensure...
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Projectile Motion Lab Report Objectives: This laboratory experiment presents the opportunity to study motion in two dimensions, projectile motion, which can be described as accelerated motion in the vertical direction and uniform motion in the horizontal direction. Procedures and Apparatus: |Rubber Ball |White sheets of papers | |Metal Track |Water | |Books |Table | |Meter-stick ...
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Physics 3 . Projectile Motion Objectives: Students will measure the maximum height H and the range R of a projectile motion. They will study the effect of the shooting angle on H and R. Material used: 4 rulers, track, metallic ball, landing track, A4 white paper, red carbon paper, timer + supply, gun + protractor. Theory: A projectile is an object upon which the only force acting is gravity. There are a variety of examples of projectiles: an object dropped from rest is a projectile (provided...
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Abstract In this lab experiment the range equation will be used to calculate range of the launched rocket, initial velocity and distance traveled. Various projectiles will be tested at various angles and table heights for experiment one. Results will be compared to initial calculations. Despite human error and calculation error, the results still correlated with the hypothesis. Introduction Background Acceleration is constant at 9.8 m/s2 because of the force of gravity. For experiment 1 the...
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Projectile Motion The purpose of this lab is to study the properties of projectile motion. From the motion of a steel ball projected horizontally, the initial velocity of the ball can be determined from the measured range. For a given initial velocity, the projectile range will be measured for various initial angles, and also calculated by applying the theory for motion with constant acceleration. For further background information, refer to the sections in your textbook on projectile motion and...
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Lab Report: Projectile MotionChange Launch Angle 03/05/2012 James Allison section 20362 Group 5 James Allison, Clint Rowe, & William Cochran Objective: In this lab we will compare different parameters of a launched projectile. This includes time of flight, initial velocity, initial vertical velocity, initial horizontal velocity, range, time of max height. All these data points are collected for 30°...
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Introduction In this lab the main focus was projectile motion. A projectile is an object flying through the air that is only under the force of gravity (neglecting air resistance). A projectile moves both horizontally and vertically, which creates a parabolic flight path. In vertical projectile motion there is a constant velocity since there are no forces in the horizontal direction (neglecting drag due to air resistance). Consequently, there is no acceleration in horizontal projectile motion. In vertical...
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Projectile motion into physics Objective: Our purpose for this lab was to observe projectile motion and use the equations of motion to predict the objects location in different instances of time. We used a projectile launcher and a ball to observe these properties of motion. The main equation used in this lab was d=Vit+1/2at^2 where Vit will produce the distance due to constant motion and 1/2at^2 will produce distance traveled due to accelerated motion or gravity in this case. Introduction: ...
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TITLE To investigate the trajectory of a small ball as it rolls off a surface which is inclined to the horizontal. OBJECTIVE To investigate the trajectory of a two dimensional motion APPARATUS & MATERIALS Ramp Wooden block Pendulum bob Plumb line Steel ball Wooden board Carbon paper Meter rule Plasticine SETUP 1. A ramp has been set up at the edge of a bench as shown in the Figure 4-1. 2. Suspend a plum-line from the edge of the bench as shown in Figure 4-2. 3. Mount...
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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 videotape on how to predict the position. Therefore, in order to make the prediction accurate, how the horizontal and vertical components of a ball’s position as it flies through the air should...
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hill. Determine the initial horizontal velocity of the soccer ball. Problem Type 2: A projectile is launched at an angle to the horizontal and rises upwards to a peak while moving horizontally. Upon reaching the peak, the projectile falls with a motion that is symmetrical to its path upwards to the peak. Predictable unknowns include the time of flight, the horizontal range, and the height of the projectile when it is at its peak. Examples of this type of problem are a. A football is kicked...
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Projectile Motion Purpose: An object in a projectile motion move horizontally with no acceleration and vertically with the gravitational acceleration at the same time. This experiment is to investigate projectile motion using experiments, equations and comparing the expected and experimental data. Procedure: Case I: Use formulas to find equation of horizontal Range (R) in a projectile motion. Rearrange equation for Rmax, and find the angle Adjust the launches angle to angle Launch...
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Projectile Motion Objectives: The purpose of this experiment is to examine the projectile motion of a ball launched horizontally. The initial velocity will be calculated. The range of the ball will be measured. Theory: Horizontal launch of the ball allows computing the initial velocity v0 by measuring the height of the launch and the distance traveled by the ball: h=, s=v0 ∙ t Solving these parametric equations for v0 gives us: 0=s Where h and s are defined...
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Assessment Task #1: Part A Open ended investigation By Rex Whiticker Projectile Motion Abstract: The Project motion of a catapult being fired is varied by a range of factors that affect the path of the projectile. In this experiment, the angle of trajectory, mass of the projectile and change in initial velocity of the launch, were all factors considered in the end result to investigate the properties of projectile motion. The purpose of the experiment was to conduct a first-hand investigation...
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Determining the Maximum Distance Travelled Using Projectile Motion November 05, 2012 Faustin Combe Alex Gazso Maria Henriquez Abstract: This experiment determined the maximum distance a projectile can travel in the best angle range by shooting a projectile at various angles then measuring the distance travelled. This experiment used a toy gun, Nerf N-Strike Jolt Ex-1, which was attached to a wooden structure with a u-hook suspension and protractor. The toy gun was shot in variety of...
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Projectile Motion Experiment # 4 Introduction: Projectile Motion exists commonly in our everyday lives and is particularly evident in the motion or flight of objects which are projected from a particular height. The key to working with projectile motion is recognizing that when an object with mass is flying through the air, its motion is a combination of vertical and horizontal movements. Although the horizontal velocity of the object remains constant throughout the flight, it’s vertical velocity...
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Freefall and Projectile Motion Introduction and Objectives This lab experiment was done to determine the characteristics of free fall and projectile motion in Physics. The motion in which a body is thrown or projected is called Projectile motion while free fall is any motion of a body where gravity is the only force acting upon it, at least initially. In this experiment, a photogate, a chopper, and a Universal Lab Interface were used to determine the free fall motion of the chopper as it was...
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Projectile Motion Lab: Using a Toy Gun Purpose: The purpose of this investigation is to measure the vertical displacement, or height of the launch, and the horizontal displacement, or range, travelled by a projectile (bullet from toy gun). Questions: What is the shape of the actual path travelled by a projectile? How closely does an actual projectile's results follow the theoretical predicted results? Hypothesis: The shape of the path travelled by the projectile, in this case the...
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throw off your calculations for distance. With all the formulas involved, it is possible to type a wrong number into the calculator. I believe our calculations for velocity and distance from the trials at different angles give a good picture projectile motion. If a ball is shot up in the air at an angle 45°, it has a greater distance and velocity than a ball that is being shot horizontally at 0°....
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Name: Lab Group 4 Date: 10/26/2011 Partners: Kayla Stephens, Robin Poole, Megan McIlvoy Grade: Instructor: JPS Name: Lab Group 4 Date: 10/26/2011 Partners: Kayla Stephens, Robin Poole, Megan McIlvoy Grade: Instructor: JPS Physics I Laboratory Worksheet Lab 4: Projectile Motion Objectives: Using a projectile gun on an incline plane, calculate the velocity of the steel ball at ten different distances, then find the average velocity. In order to find the velocity of the steel ball...
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Pre-lab: Newtons Three Laws of Motion: There are three laws of motion that have been stated by Sir Isaac Newton during the sixteenth century that are looked upon even today. The first of these laws states that an object will stay in at rest or in a constant velocity unless a force acts upon it. In simplest terms this means that if u place an apple on the table it isn't just going to roll off. The second of these laws states that when a force acts upon an object it causes it to accelerate...
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this isdissappointing to you hold on Physics Pre-AP Projectile Motion Lab Report Purpose The purpose of this lab was to determine how angle and gravity affects velocity and range. Procedure Materials Projectile launcher Marble Two measuring sticks Tin foil Pencil Procedure Set the angle of the projectile launcher to 30 degrees (make sure that the bottom of the launcher is even with the desk). Put the marble inside the projectile launcher, and using the pencil, push the marble inside...
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Chris Crouse, Juan Agosto, Bianca Butler, Hunter Zaun Feb. 12, 2013 Mrs. Rarig Physics Projectile Range Versus Angle Intro: First off, what projectile motion is motion in two dimensions in both X & Y directions. The only force on the projectile is gravity. With gravity being a presence and a factor in our everyday lives and in this experiment, gravity will push down on the projectile forcing it back down to the ground. For example if someone shot a cannon straight and there was no gravity...
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What is a Projectile? In Unit 1 of the Physics Classroom Tutorial, we learned a variety of means to describe the 1-dimensional motion of objects. In Unit 2 of the Physics Classroom Tutorial, we learned how Newton's laws help to explain the motion (and specifically, the changes in the state of motion) of objects that are either at rest or moving in 1-dimension. Now in this unit we will apply both kinematic principles and Newton's laws of motion to understand and explain the motion of objects moving...
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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 in lab about and the distance of an object thrown. We were given formulas to solve the problems. We had to fill in a chart and do some questions. Procedures: 1. First, my classmates and I were to...
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Title of experiment : To investigate of a small ball as it rolls off a surface which is inclined to the horizontal Objective : To investigate the trajectory of a two dimensional motion. Apparatus and Materials : 1. Ramp 2. Wooden block 3. Pendulum bob 4. Plumb line 5. Steel ball 6. Wooden board 7. Carbon paper 8. Meter rule 9. Plasticine Setup : 1. A ramp has been set up at the edge of a bench as shown in the Figure 4-1. 2. Suspend a plum-line from the edge of the bench as...
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| Projectile Motion Lab | | | | Projectile Motion Lab | | | March 14, 2012 Authored by: Abby Buchanan and Zack Sloope March 14, 2012 Authored by: Abby Buchanan and Zack Sloope Projectile Motion Lab Predictions: Angle: The angle will affect the height. Initial Speed: This will affect the distance and force. Mass of Projectile: It affects how much force is needed. Size and Shape of Projectile: It will affect the distance. Terms: Range: distance an object goes ...
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(Laboratory) “Final Report” Mid-term (Name, Course, Year) (Date Submitted) Experiment No. 4 Group #2, 11:30-2:30, Friday Group No,/Time/Day Engr. Genaro Ortega Instructor I. Title: Projectile Motion II. Objectives:...
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Lab 4 Projectile Motion Sai Moua Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to define what the initial velocity of the ball when it is launched out of the pipe. Our next objective is to determine at what angle that the ball will be ejected at the maximum range. Lastly, we predict and confirm the range before we launch the ball at a certain angle. Theory: Projectile motion according to Dr. James S. Walker is defined as, “the motion of objects that are initially launched –or “projected”- and...
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ACTIVITY: THE CAT'S MEOW / MILK CO-MOTION PURPOSE: To observe the interaction of detergent with the fat of the milk and food color 1. Provide a possible explanation of phenomenon you observed based on the result of your experiment. When food color is added to milk, it floats because it is less dense than milk. The non-polar fat in the milk prevents the food color from spreading, as it cannot participate in hydrogen bonding with water. When detergent is added to milk and the food color, the...
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Damped Harmonic Motion Erica Partner: Steven November 8, 2012 Abstract During this experiment, the effects that the size of an object had on air resistance were observed and determined. To do this, a spring was set up with a circular object hanging at the end. After the spring constant of 9.0312 N/m was measured, equations were used to determine a calculated frequency, that being 7.252 Hz. Four trials—each with a different sized, same massed object—took place where the object was...
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OBJECTIVES 1. To determine the coefficient of friction μ between contact surfaces as one body moves uniform motion. 2. To establish the relationship between angle of repose ∅ and μ METHODOLOGY Determination of the coefficient of Friction. - Place the wooden plane horizontally. Measure the weight of the block. Slowly add weights in the pan until you observe a uniform sliding motion of the black. Records the weight. Calculate μ for each trial and finally determine the average value. Determination...
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Table Of Contents PHS 100-552 Lab Part I: Scenario H Graph……………………………………………… 2 Scenario H Regions and Force Diagrams…………………………….3 Region and Force Diagram Information……………………………...4 Part II: Graph 6 ………………………………………………………….5 Step-By-Step Instruction………………………………………………..6 Regions and Force Diagrams……………………………………………7 Region Information……………………………………………………….8 Newton’s Laws…………………………………………………………… 9 Self-Assessment…………………………………………………..……..10 Scenario H You are...
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Lab #1: Uniformly Accelerated Motion This is an example of a laboratory report. For a detailed description of how to complete a lab report, consult the laboratory manual. When writing your lab reports, use your own words. Do not copy from this sample or from the laboratory manual. Your name: Lab partners’ names: PHYS 1.2 L Section: Instructor: Prof. Gelman Date: Objectives To investigate the properties of a uniformly accelerated cart moving down an inclined plane. To measure the instantaneous...
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MEC 325/580 Lab Report CNC Machining Lab Report Date: March 18, 2013 Group Leader: Jian Wu Team Members: Group Number: G4 Regment No.: D Insturctor: CONTENTS 1.Objective and introduction. 2.Principles and practice. 3.Design and result. 4.Conclusion and recommendations. Appendices 1. Objective and introduction * Objectives Operate the CNC milling machine using G-codes, M-codes in a CNC program. * Equipment: Minitech CNC machine (Series 2) * Machine...
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Chem 105 Guide to the Formal Laboratory Report The purpose of a formal report is to communicate effectively to another person the goal, procedure, data analysis method, and results of your laboratory work. The report is divided into several well-defined sections. Each section must be present in a complete report. To earn an outcome point for the laboratory report, a student must submit a formal lab report that earns a score of at least 90/100. Each error (factual, grammatical, typographical...
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TITLE: Trajectory of a Projectiles PROBLEM STATEMENT: A spherical ball was projected from a fixed point ,O, with a speed ,u, angels of elevation : 0, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 to the horizontal ground surface. Find the value of maximum height travelled by the ball for which the horizontal range, R, greatest for the same value of u. AIM: To investigate: 1)Range of projected ball. 2)Time of flight for corresponding angel of projection METHODOLOGY: APPARATUS...
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Institute Physics Course 2014 - Rocket Lab Report Title: RockSim and Electronic Altimeter Measurement Techniques Name: Scarlet Henriquez Email: scarletpatricia94@aol.com LAB SESSION ___8____Assignment _____7_____ Due Date: ___7/8/14______ Objective: Launch a smaller rocket to learn how to compare RockSim predictions (computer based) to an actual instrument measurement carried by the rocket (Electronic Altimeter). This Lab shows how better the electronic measurement...
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Writing Laboratory Reports Lab reports for Biology may seem different than other classes you have taken. As you progress further in science, you will see variations in styles of lab reports, though they all contain the same basic principles. Lab report sections are as follows: Cover Page Introduction Objective Materials and Procedures Results/Data Conclusions Works Cited **Not every lab report will contain every section. I will give you specific instructions for each lab write-up** ...
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basic mechanisms which from the basic for many more complicated motions. (The others are the four Bar Chain, Scoth Yoke or Chebyshev linkage of which over 800 forms are known). It transforms linear motion to circular motion or vice versa. A crank is an arm attached at right angles to a rotating shaft by which reciprocating motion is imparted to or received from the shaft. It is used to convert circular motion into reciprocating motion, or vice-versa. The arm may be a bent portion of the shaft, or...
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the acceleration is constant, thus we can use: Xf = Xi + 0.5*(Vi + Vf)*T Xf = 2 + 0.5*(0.8 – 1.0)*9 Xf = 1.1 m d. On the axes below, sketch the acceleration a versus time t graph for the motion of the cart from t = 0 to t = 25 s. Part e not included in assignment. We’ll get to that with Projectile Motion. ...
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Engineering Laboratory (Lab) Report Department of Engineering Faculty of Engineering and Science, University Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) 1. Introduction Laboratory (Lab) reports are the most frequent document written by engineering student. These reports can contribute a significant amount of marks and yet little time or attention is devoted in understanding on how to write them well. The aim of this document is to provide a general guideline on writing a lab report. A lab report should not be...
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AN INVESTIGATION OF PROJECTILE MOTION Designing a Projectile Launcher: An Investigation Of Projectile Motion Mark Clubine KitchenerWaterloo Collegiate Institute and Vocational School 1 AN INVESTIGATION OF PROJECTILE MOTION 2 Introduction Projectile motion is a form of motion where an object (called a projectile) is thrown near the earth’s surface, following a parabolic path being influenced only by gravity (Science Clarified...
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CHM1032L pre/post lab instructions Preparation is a key to success in this lab. For this reason, you are required to thoroughly read through the experiment information presented in the lab manual, and complete a pre-lab for each experiment you do. The prelab must be completed prior to the day of the experiment. Each Friday I will ask to see your completed prelab before I allow you to enter the lab. If you have not finished the pre-lab, I will not allow you to enter the lab and you will receive...
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Sample Short Lab Report By Charles M Borener Jr April 24, 2009 Kinetic Friction Experiment #13 Joe Solution E00123456 Partner - Jane Answers PHY 221 Lab Instructor – Chuck Borener Thursday, 11 AM – 1 PM Lecture Instructor – Dr. Jacobs Abstract In this experiment, we test factors which effect friction. We pulled a wood block across a surface to determine whether the surface area of the block or the type of surface effects friction. We found that the surface area of the block did not change...
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Period 6 Physics Kinematics Lab Report Kinematics is the study of the motion of bodies without reference to mass or force. This lab aided students in observing kinematics by giving them a visual graph to look at from experiments previously performed. Variables used in this lab were “x” for position of the object, “v” for velocity of the object, and “a” for acceleration of the object. Understanding the graphical representation of motion was important in helping students understand...
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Year 11 Lab Report Template Experiment – Modelling A. Title • A brief concise descriptive title B. Aim • What are you trying to find out? • What do you want to learn? C. Hypothesis • Write a possible solution to the problem. • If ………………………………………………………………………………………….then ………………………………………………………………………………………………………. • Make sure the above statement is testable. • The Independent variable is …………………………………………………….. ...
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Lab 2 Problem 3: Projectile Motion and Velocity Abstract An experiment to determine how the horizontal and vertical velocity components of an object change as a ball flies through the air was carried out. To simulate projectile motion, a ball was tossed in the air and analyzed using video software. Upon analysis, it was determined that there was an absence of a horizontal acceleration, but there was constant vertical acceleration due to the presence of gravity. Thus, it was observed that an object’s...
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Projectile Motion Purpose: Apply the concepts of two-dimensional kinematics (projectile motion) to predict the impact point of an object as its velocity increases. Introduction: The most common example of an object that is moving in two dimensions is a projectile. A projectile is an object upon which the only force acting is gravity. That is to say a projectile is any object that once projected or dropped continues in motion by its own, and is influenced only by the downward force...
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INTRODUCTION: In this laboratory exercise explore the differences of microorganism and continue our use of specialized media and use some biochemical testing.This report discloses the basic laboratory instruments will be used in each of our practices .It is of great importance to recognize and identify the different instruments and laboratory tools, because in this way will we be able to use them properly and also to call them by name and know why. Listen Read phonetically Dictionary - View...
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Student's Name Date of Experiment- 11/27/12 Date Report Submitted 11/27/12 Title: Caloric Content of Food Purpose: to be able to measure the energy content of foods Procedure: We are going to take food items and burn them to heat water to be able to determine the amount of “energy” a food source can emit. Data Tables: |Data Table 1: Food Item - Observations ...
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Lab Report: Stoichiometry Lab Oct. 27, 2011 Claire Elizabeth Lab Partners: Hannah Signature:___________________ Introduction- Baking soda and vinegar are two common materials found in almost every household. That, plus the fact that all the starting and finishing materials are non hazardous and safe, is why this is one of the first chemical reactions that many people are exposed to The purpose of this experiment tests which of the two reactants (vinegar and baking soda) is the limited...
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and hard to be explained from the outside. Only way to understand the structure of our eyes is to dissect it. However, you don’t want to lose an eye for that, do you? The human eye structure is the same as the structure of a sheep’s eye. In this lab report, we will discuss: 1. The equipment used 2. Procedure 3. Definition of the terms used Sheep eyes are removed at the time the animal is slaughtered and then preserved for later use. The Sheep eye was made available for us without its preservative...
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Title Cricket Chirp Rate Lab The Effects of Atmospheric Pressure By Abigail Charpentier E Block Date October 2, 2013 Objective The objective of this study is to determine which environmental factors influence the rate of how fast a cricket chirps, to review and practice the steps of the scientific method, to learn how to use an online computer simulation https://www.gc.maricopa.edu/biology/glacier/scientific_method/ to review and practice constructing data charts and graphs...
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