Uniform Circular Motion Lab Report Essays and Term Papers

  • Uniform Circular Motion Report

    Uniform Circular Motion PES 115 Report Objective The purpose of this experiment is to determine the relationships between radiuses, mass, velocity and centripetal force of a spinning body. We used logger pro to accurately measure the orbital period of the spinning mass and used these measurements to...

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  • Reviewer for Uniform Circular Motion

    Uniform Circular Motion – a constant motion along a circle; the unfirom motion of a body along a circle Frequency (f) – the number of cycles or revolutions completed by the same object in a given time; may be expressed as per second, per minute, per hour, per year, etc.; standard unit is revolutions...

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  • Uniform Circular Motion

    Title: Uniform Circular Motion Objective: To investigate the relationship between FnetT² and radius Proposed Hypothesis: FnetT² is directly proportional to the radius Manipulated variable: Radius of the circular motion Responding variable: The time taken for 20 rotations Controlled variables: The...

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  • Uniform Circular Motion.

    Objective: The object of this lab was to experimentally analyze the uniform circular motion by its centripetal acceleration and force and then comparing it to the theoretical value. Theory: An object moving in a uniform circular motion has a centripetal acceleration that when multiplied by the mass...

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  • Gizmo: Uniform Circular Motion

    Exploration Guide: Uniform Circular Motion Go to www.explorelearning.com and login. Please type or write your answers on a separate sheet of paper, not squished in the spaces on these pages. When relevant, data collected should be presented in a table. Objective: To explore the acceleration and...

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  • Circular Motion Lab

    Emmanuel Adepoju AP Physics 10/2/12 Title: Circular Motion Lab Objective: To show that a tangential speed and a centripetal force are needed for circular motion. Materials: • Circular motion set • A timer • Weights Procedure: As given in class… Data: ac Mass (Stopper) Mass...

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  • Physics Lab Circular Motion

    I. TITLE: Investigating Circular Motion II. Objective: To find the mass of an object through the use of formulas and concepts known in relation to circular motion III. DATA: * Radius (r): 29.00cm .29m + 0.05 * Cork: 12.55g 0.012kg + 0.001 Data Table 1: | Trials | Time (s)+ 0.01...

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  • Uniform Motion Lab

    Controlled variables: 1. The lighting was kept constant during the complete test. No additional light sources were added throughout the experiment, nor were any light sources removed throughout the experiment. This minimized the errors involved with trying to read and record the indicated measurements...

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  • Applications of Uniform Circular Motion - Foucault's Pendulum -

    wire that was over 200 feet long. The ball was used as a pendulum, and it could swing more than 12 feet back and forth. Beneath the ball he placed a circular ring with sand on top of it. Attached to the bottom of the ball was a pin, which scraped away the sand in its path each time the ball went by. To...

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  • Projectile Motion Lab Report

    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...

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  • Projectile Motion Lab Report

    Keith Beachy College 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...

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  • Physics lab report-motion

    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...

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  • Projectile Motion Lab Report

    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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  • Simple Harmonic Motion Lab Report

    Harmonic Motion Lab Report Introduction Simple harmonic motion is the motion of a mass on a spring when it is subject to the linear elastic restoring force given by Hooke’s Law. In this lab, we will observe simple harmonic motion by studying masses on springs. In the first part of this lab, you will...

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  • Lab Report on milk co-motion.

    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...

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  • Damped Harmonic Motion Lab Report

    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...

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  • Lab 5 - Projectile Motion Lab Report

    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...

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  • Circular Motion

    constantly changing. Because the direction is changing, there is a ∆v and ∆v = vf - vi , and since velocity is changing, circular motion must also be accelerated motion. vi ∆v vf -vi vf2 If the ∆t in-between initial velocity and final velocity is small, the direction of ∆v is nearly radial...

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  • Circular Motions

    Name __________________ Circular Motions Go to http://phet.colorado.edu/simulations/sims.php?sim=Ladybug_Motion_2D and click on Run Now. Directions: 1. A Labybug was crawling in a circle around a flower like in the picture below. a. Sketch what...

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  • Circular Motion

    4.4, 4.5 HW MS 1. (i) 1 (ii) 1 (iii) CH3CH=CHCOOH 1 [3] 2. (a) (i) propyl methanoate (1) not propanyl • A wrong reagent or no reagent scores zero • An incomplete reagent such as silver nitrate for Tollens, or potassium dichromate loses the reagent mark, but can get both observation...

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