Addition Of Vectors Lab Report

Write a lab report for Addition of Vectors following the sample outline and briefly answer the 4 questions( graphs and sample calculations are not necessary). Complete table 3.2 and 3.4 based on the results from table 3.1 and 3.3 (only 2 trial for each table)

Wave on a String

***LINK TO SIMULATION https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/wave-on-a-string/latest/wave-on-a-string_en.html ***
How can we determine the speed of the wave? Come up with two ways (i.e., each with their own equation) to measure the speed of the wave. Do you predict that both methods will give the same result?
The first method we will test for measuring the speed of the wave is speed = distance/time, i.e., v = d/t.
Select Oscillate in the green box and select No End in the other green box.
Select Rulers and Timer in the wide green box.
Instead of continuous motion, single-step the wave by selecting the smaller of the two blue imagesThe advance button on the physics simulation.. Each time you select that image the wave advances. Select it many times (around 21 times) so that the peak of the wave is centered on 0 cm of the ruler. Now select the triangle to activate the timer. The timer will advance with each step of the wave.
Single-step the wave many times until the peak of the wave has moved from 0cm to 3cm and record the time on the timer (it will be in units of seconds). Divide the distance traveled (3cm) by the time shown on the timer and record the result as the speed of the wave.
Did you come up with a second way to measure the speed of the wave? You can use the fundamental wave equation, frequency x wavelength = speed, i.e. f λ = v
Move the ruler so that you can measure the separation between two wave peaks (in cm). That will be the wavelength. Read the frequency from the frequency meter in the wide green box. Multiply the wavelength and frequency to calculate the speed.
How did the two estimates of speed (the first using v = d/t and the second using f λ = v) compare? If you find a large discrepancy, please retry the measurements. If you find a small discrepancy, please explain it in your experiment report.
In the short video clip (https://youtu.be/T9QwiBFN9gI), a stone is tossed into a pond, and ripples are seen. What moves from one side of the pond to the other, water or energy? How about the vertical motion? Is it the water (i.e., medium) that moves up and down or the wave?
To explore this, turn off the Timer and select Slow Motion.
Select the main image (Pause/Play button) The stop/play button on the physics simulation. to start continuous wave motion and move the vertical ruler so it is adjacent to the 2nd green bead. Do you notice that the green bead (representing a portion of the medium) just moves up and down while the wave crest moves to the right? You can single-step the wave motion as you did in Activity 2 if it helps to see this.
What do you conclude moves vertically and what moves horizontally in the water ripple?
Use the simulation to make one observation about wave motion that you can’t yet explain.
One possibility is to select Pulse in the green box and Fixed End in the other green box. Then, select the triangle wave image The triangular wave pulse button on the physics simulation. on the wave generator and watch as the triangular wave pulse propagates to the right and is reflected. How does the reflected wave pulse compare to the original wave pulse?

Acceleration Due to Gravity Lab report

Please write a lab report following the sample outline, complete the data sheets (results are written, only need some computations) and graph a linear scatter plot. Also answer the 5 questions. Thank you so much

Writer’s Choice

Choose a discussion topic that uses physics topics covered in this module. Consider one of the following as good topic “starters” for discussion: (i) What were your “Aha!” moments as you worked through the material? (ii) How does this module’s content relate to your professional career? Personal life? (iii) How does this module’s content relate to current events? (iv) Did you more deeply explore a topic only covered lightly in the course materials? What did you discover? (v) What concepts (learning objectives) did you struggle with? What resources helped you overcome this hurdle? Do not post homework problems.
Create an engaging 3-paragraph initial post that ties one or more of the module’s concepts to the real world. The paragraphs should address the following points:
Paragraph 1: Describe the physics concepts/topics you have chosen to discuss from this week’s module, including, as appropriate, a reference to this week’s readings on the topics, terminology with definitions, units, conventions, etc.
Paragraph 2: Summarize one or more impacts of the physics concepts to everyday life or aviation.
Paragraph 3: Either: (i) provide a real example, e.g., from an article or documented report of the aviation impact of this physics concept, or, (ii) give “your take” on the relevance and importance of this topic from your own perspective, by providing personal points of view or related experiences.
Length. Because your initial post will be scored on the degree to which you meet these standards, there is no set minimum word requirement. However, there is a set maximum word requirement – confine your initial post to 500 words. Remember we are all reading each other’s posts, and a succinctly written post is more likely to be read and responded to, thus furthering our discussion on that topic.
Graphics. Include a graphic, video, or image
(Textbook chapter included)

Writer’s Choice

Choose a discussion topic that uses physics topics covered in this module. Consider one of the following as good topic “starters” for discussion: (i) What were your “Aha!” moments as you worked through the material? (ii) How does this module’s content relate to your professional career? Personal life? (iii) How does this module’s content relate to current events? (iv) Did you more deeply explore a topic only covered lightly in the course materials? What did you discover? (v) What concepts (learning objectives) did you struggle with? What resources helped you overcome this hurdle? Do not post homework problems.
Create an engaging 3-paragraph initial post that ties one or more of the module’s concepts to the real world. The paragraphs should address the following points:
Paragraph 1: Describe the physics concepts/topics you have chosen to discuss from this week’s module, including, as appropriate, a reference to this week’s readings on the topics, terminology with definitions, units, conventions, etc.
Paragraph 2: Summarize one or more impacts of the physics concepts to everyday life or aviation.
Paragraph 3: Either: (i) provide a real example, e.g., from an article or documented report of the aviation impact of this physics concept, or, (ii) give “your take” on the relevance and importance of this topic from your own perspective, by providing personal points of view or related experiences.
Length. Because your initial post will be scored on the degree to which you meet these standards, there is no set minimum word requirement. However, there is a set maximum word requirement – confine your initial post to 500 words. Remember we are all reading each other’s posts, and a succinctly written post is more likely to be read and responded to, thus furthering our discussion on that topic.
Graphics. Include a graphic, video, or image
(Textbook chapter included)

The physics report is worth 10% of your final grade. The marking scheme is as fo

The physics report is worth 10% of your final grade. The marking scheme is as follows:
• 3% for conveying subject knowledge/understanding
• 3% for structure/readability
• 2% for relevancy to module material
• 2% for creativity/engagement
The reports should be written at a level that your classmates would be able to understand
but do try to include more complex topics. The report should have an introduction, a main
body, and conclusions. Any figures should have a caption and include the source of the image
All of your references should be listed in a bibliography at the end of your report. There is no
specific format required for your references – references can be web pages, books, or
academic papers.
references should be in Harvard style

Please answer the questions below: 1. Write down at LEAST FIVE (5) descriptions

Please answer the questions below:
1. Write down at LEAST FIVE (5) descriptions (or quotations) of the speed of light from the beginning of the documentary.
2. Why was the unit of a light-year introduced? Is it a unit of time or distance?
3. How does the speed of light limit our observation of the universe? How does it limit communication in outer space?
4. How do scientists use light speed to travel back into the past?
5. What did you learn from this documentary (3-5 sentences)
link to youtube episode: https://play.history.com/shows/the-universe/season-3/episode-3