Man-Made Disasters

There have been many (many) instances of even the simplest concepts of physics being flagrantly ignored in favor of cutting costs or saving labor. This blatant disregard has led to some truly spectacular failures of engineering, some tragically ending in loss of life. Your assignment is to write about a man-made disaster where some law… Continue reading Man-Made Disasters

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Forces and Newton’s Motion Lab

This is a lab about Forces and Newton’s Motion. there is a about 30 questions that need to be answered please answer them in the document attached. to answer then use the link in the top of the document to be able to answer them or usethis https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/forces-and-motion-basics/latest/forces-and-motion-basics_en.html . please add screen shots in the… Continue reading Forces and Newton’s Motion Lab

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Kinetic Theory of Gases

Name of the Chapter Define or describe the main concepts of the sections assigned to you (Including the main equations with their units) Work and explain ONLY 1 math example for EACH section assigned to you Real life examples of the topics of the chapter applicable in your major(civil engineering) Short demo or lab or… Continue reading Kinetic Theory of Gases

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Kinetic Theory of Gases

Name of the Chapter Define or describe the main concepts of the sections assigned to you (Including the main equations with their units) Work and explain ONLY 1 math example for EACH section assigned to you Short demo or lab or activity about the section, 1 in TOTAL for all the sections assigned to you… Continue reading Kinetic Theory of Gases

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Kinetic Theory of Gases

Name of the Chapter Define or describe the main concepts of the sections assigned to you (Including the main equations with their units) Work and explain ONLY 1 math example for EACH section assigned to you Short demo or lab or activity about the section, 1 in TOTAL for all the sections assigned to you… Continue reading Kinetic Theory of Gases

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Rewrite Lab Report Instructions

Rewrite the Lab Report Instructions for the following sections: Learning Goal Equipment Theory (feel free to give back the same formulas and diagrams) Procedure: Resistors in Series and Resustors in Parallel (Write in Past tense) Complete and Graph the results – for table 1, 2 and 3 find the slope of force Fversus I, Magnetic… Continue reading Rewrite Lab Report Instructions

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electric power cost activity

Pick four appliances from within your home: Two (2) used for short durations – i.e. hair dryer, toaster, washer, dryer, coffee maker, etc… Two (2) used for extended periods – air conditioner, fan, refrigerator, light fixtures, TV, etc… For each of the four appliances, determine – (be sure to show all calculations) a. The operating… Continue reading electric power cost activity

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Free Fall (Mini steel ball) (Local Acceleration Of Gravity – Seattle)

Engineering Physics Lab Report 1. Is a descriptive title given, author information provided and a date? (1) Abstract (4/4) Is the aim of the experiment stated clearly and concisely? Are the questions to be answered by the experiment clearly identified? Are the sources of discrepancy clearly stated? Is a quantifying comparison between theoretical expectations and… Continue reading Free Fall (Mini steel ball) (Local Acceleration Of Gravity – Seattle)

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physics lab report

PLZ read through the instructions and finish the lab report Just follow the traditional format of the lab report(including aim, procedure, result conclusion) and includes EVERYTHING indicated by the grading criteria. PLZ include everthing in the grading criteria. PLZ focus on the conclusion part which states you explanation and analyzation of the data PLZ use… Continue reading physics lab report

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Absolute Zero Physics Lab report

Things you have to calculate: 1.Using the linear equation you found in each case, calculate the temperature that should produce zeropressure. This is absolute zero on the Celsius scale. You should now have four calculations of absolute zero. 2. There is more than one way to estimate the uncertainty in your data. Include an uncertainty… Continue reading Absolute Zero Physics Lab report

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