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You know which labs are done

lab 8, lab 9 and lab 7 are done (well lab 7 almost)

and which labs need to be done

lab 1 lab 2 lab 11, and I think another one

Please get them done and please send it to me here.

in order

I also attached the file, remember the one that says what I’m missing or not.

General Physics Lab
College of Natural and Physical Sciences
Catalog Number: PY 201L.003
Instructor: James Smith
Learning objectives: The objectives of this course are to install in students an appreciation for
the forces and phenomena that shape the world and to present these concepts in a precise and
unified way. Students will be able to apply the principles of physics, to the solution of problems
that affect other sciences. In order to meet these objectives, the following learning goals will be
I. To demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental principles of physics and its supporting
II. To formulate conclusions from scientific data
III. To properly use scientific terminology and laboratory procedures
Note – A laboratory class incorporates all three goals (1, 2 and 3)
Students with disability policy:
Any student who has a documented disability and is in need of academic
accommodation on must contact the Office of Disability Services and notify the
Professor of this course. Students are required to provide written documentation of their
disability in order to be eligible for accommodation. Accommodations are individualised
and in accordance with Sec on 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the American
with Disabilities Act of 1992.
Methods of conducting class:
Class will be conducted via laboratory experiments in a virtual, or remote, mode.
Methods of student evaluation:
Evaluation will be based on completed laboratory reports plus demonstrated laboratory skills for
PY 201L. Evaluations may be changed at the discretion of the instructor.
Instructor Contact Information:
Name:James Smith
Email: jssmith@caldwell.edu
Remind: Text Code “@dck232” to 81010. Feel free to contact me through Remind or via
email with any questions.
Course Content:
Class Meeting
Lab Report Due Date
3 September 2020
Syllabus; Uncertainty in
10 September 2020
9 September 2020
Exploring Motion Graphs
16 September 2020
16 September 2020
Motion Man
23 September 2020
23 September 2020
Disk Down an Incline
30 September 2020
30 September 2020
Scientific Method:
Simple Pendulum
7 October 2020
7 October 2020
Gravity Force Lab
14 October 2020
14 October 2020
Forces Virtual Lab
21 October 2020
21 October 2020
Motion in Two
28 October 2019
28 October 2020
Maze Vector Game
4 November 2020
4 November 2020
Conservation of Linear
11 November 2020
11 November 2020
Projectile Motion
18 November 2020
18 November 2020
Centripetal Force
25 December 2020
25 November 2020
2 December 2020
2 December 2020
9 December 2020
Required Texts
None, excepting what lab modules I place in Google Classroom. The working lab area will be found on
the PhET website (https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulations/filter?
Lab Graphing Format:
All graphs should have a title.
No writing should appear in the margin.
III. Axes should be numbered on the dark lines only.
Graphs should be created via Excel; Numbers, or Google Sheets.
Data points should be circled and the curve should not pass through the circles.
VI. Axes labels should be printed in caps and units must be included.
Lab Reports:
Lab reports are due one week after the lab only. Every day the lab is late, there will be a 10
point penalty assigned.
Lab reports will usually be evaluated on a 100 point scale. Each student must turn in their
own report with the following sections:
COMPLETION OF QUESTIONS 20 PTS.: You may add a sketch if you think it might help.
OBSERVATIONS AND DATA 20 PTS.: Good laboratory work dictates that measurements
and observations be recorded as the experiment is being performed. Written
observations will usually be a list of brief statements. Measurements are best recorded in
a table.
ANALYSIS AND CALCULATIONS 20 PTS.: Include the computations, graphs, and any
outside reference information that was required to complete the laboratory work.
CONCLUSIONS 20 PTS.: Answer these questions:
Was the purpose of this experiment achieved?
If so how do you know?
If not, why or what could have been done differently?
III. Lab partners are permitted, however, submission of a lab report is your responsibility.
IV. It is your responsibility that you have all the necessary data in your possession.
Attendance will be recorded when your lab report is submitted. Failure to submit a lab report will
result in you being marked absent for class as well as a zero for the lab.
Academic Integrity Policy:
The policy outlined in the Caldwell University Catalog will be strictly adhered to.

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