This week in class you will discuss springs in some detail. You may use any commonly available equipment for this method.
The Slinky Lab Interactive is an adjustable-size file that displays nicely on smart phones, on tablets such as the iPad, on Chromebooks, and on laptops and desktops. The size of the Interactive can be scaled to fit the device that it is displayed on. The compatibility with smart phones, iPads, other tablets, and Chromebooks make it a perfect tool for use in a 1: Teaching Ideas and Suggestions: This Interactive could be suitably used at just about any stage of a learning cycle on vibrations and waves.
The Interactive excels at reinforcing the concept that individual particles of the medium simply vibrate about a fixed position whenever a wave moves through the medium.
Learners can view the motion of a disturbance or wave through the medium while simultaneously concentrating on the back-and-forth vibrational motion of an individual particle. The manner in which changes in frequency, tension, and density affect these back-and-forth vibrations as well as the movement of the disturbance can also be visualized.
Learners can modify properties of the medium and see how such changes affect the speed at which disturbances move along the length of the medium.
Of course a disturbance introduced into a slinky does not continue to move forever. The Slinky lab realistically demonstrates this using the damping control.
Finally, learners can observe the difference between fixed- and free-end reflection.
|Slinky Solenoid Lab 3/21 - AP E-Portfolios||Acceleration-Time Graphs Regents Physics - Motion Graphs Graphs and diagrams are terrific tools for understanding physics, and they are especially helpful for studying motion, a phenomenon that we are used to perceiving visually. We'll explore motion through the study of particle diagrams, displacement-time graphs, velocity-time graphs, and acceleration-time graphs.|
|Objectives||The Physics of a Falling Slinky Shimon Kolkowitz Submitted as coursework for PhysicsStanford University, Autumn Introduction Using a simple household toy it is possible to observe a strange and intriguing physics phenomenon. If a slinky is hung by one end such that its own weight extends it, and that slinky is then released, the lower end of the slinky will not fall or rise, but will remain briefly suspended in air as though levitating.|
|DOLORES GENDE: AP PHYSICS : LAB EXPERIMENTS||Recall that a standing wave is one wherein two waves traveling in opposite directions combine to.|
|Particle Diagrams||Waves on a Slinky Lab Introduction In this lab, you will perform several experiments to help you better understand wave motion and properties of waves. If a slinky is stretched out from end to end, a wave can be introduced into the slinky by either vibrating the first coil up and down vertically or back and forth horizontally.|
|Course Summary:||The slinky consists of a collection of dots to represent its coilds. Any individual dot can be grabbed at one location and shook back and forth to create vibrations.|
The reflection of a wave at a boundary is one of many behaviors that a student of physics should understand in order to generate a complete mental model of wave motion. The Physics Classroom has prepared an activty that provides classrooms a more directed experience.LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS IN AP PHYSICS 1.
All major laboratory reports are to be written in pen in your laboratory notebook.
Reports will be a hybrid of handwritten work and work done. To set up this lab, stretch a long slinky between two seated lab members. The slinky should be resting on the ground.
To send a wave pulse (one single crest), a student holding the end should pluck the slinky with their free hand. Lab III - 1 LABORATORY III WAVES Mechanical waves allow us to transfer energy from one position to another without actually moving an object between those two positions.
AP Physics Slinky Velocity Lab Group: Asaf Yankilevich, Lily Greenwald, Yaeli Eijkenaar, Michal Antonov 2/23/15 Materials Slinky Spring weight Force measurer Measuring Tape Timer Procedure 1. The first slinky’s mass was weighed, using a scale, and its tension was measured using a .
AP PHYSICS 1 INVESTIGATIONS Mechanical Waves 2. Wave interference: Students send simultaneous pulses from the two ends of a Slinky, long coiled spring, or ball-link chain (transverse only) and observe what.
AP’s high school Physics 1: Algebra-Based course is a rigorous, college-level class that provides an opportunity to gain skills colleges recognize.