## DC Circuits

Students use a voltage sensor, a current sensor, and an AC/DC electronics laboratory to construct simple resistor circuits with resistors in...

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## Resonance and Standing Waves

Students use a resonance air column, tuning forks, and the principles of resonance and standing waves for a pipe with one closed end to experimentally...

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## Simple Pendulum

Students use a photogate and pendulum to determine the physical properties of a simple pendulum that affect its period, and then use their data...

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## Periodic Motion: Mass and Spring

Students use a Smart Cart to determine the physical properties of a vertical mass and spring system that affect its period of oscillation, and...

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## Rotational Statics

Students use the Smart Cart force sensor and tension protractors to demonstrate that the sum of the forces acting on an object in static translational...

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## Rotational Dynamics

Students use a rotary motion sensor to determine the mathematical relationship between torque, rotational inertia, and angular acceleration of...

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## Momentum and Impulse

Students use a Smart Cart and dynamics system to investigate the relationship between the change in momentum of a cart undergoing a collision...

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## Conservation of Momentum

Students use two Smart Carts and a dynamics system to demonstrate that linear momentum and kinetic energy are conserved in an elastic collision,...

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## Work and Kinetic Energy

Students use a Smart Cart and dynamics system to investigate the relationship between the change in kinetic energy of an object experiencing...

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## Conservation of Mechanical Energy

Students use a Smart Cart and dynamics system to explore how the kinetic energy, gravitational potential energy, and total mechanical energy...

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