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Physics Lab Manual LUOA. Contents Welcome to Physics Lab FOLLOW THOSE IN THIS LAB MANUAL. Please refer to this document often; a hard The AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2 courses, equivalent to the first and second semesters of a typical introductory, algebrabased college physics course, emphasize depth of understanding over breadth Welcome to the Physics 1A Lab!

Each lab manual will ask you to read relevant sections in the text. Sometimes the lectures will help you do the lab, Physics Lab Manual 2012 1 Rev. Physics Lab Manual 2012. Welcome to the Physics lab program. The labs youll be doing this year have been designed to teach you good lab lab journal is a legal document; consequently you should never tear pages from it. For this reason, your lab journal must be bound, for example University of Minnesota 2077S, and not of the varieties that allow pages to be easily removed, for example spiral bound notebooks.

2. Bring a" scientific" calculator. 3. Bring this lab manual. 1. Giancoli: Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics VOL II 4th ed with the Mastering Physics Student Access kit. 2. 2. Laboratory textbook: Physics Lab Manual. 3. Free, print only the experiment needed for the day and bring it to class you will not be allowed to 1301 LAB 1 PROBLEM 1a: INTRODUCTION TO MEASUREMENT AND UNCERTAINTY Welcome!

This lab exercise and the one that follows are meant to introduce you to measurement procedures, uncertainties in measurement, and the computer software you will be using throughout this course.

If a science lab report is required then the work will be reassigned if it is not there. A template of a Science Lab Report format can be found in the Appendix at the end of this manual. WELCOME TO THE PHYSICS LABORATORY! Physics is our human attempt to explain the workings of the world. The success of that attempt is evident in the technology of our society. We are surrounded by the products resulting from the application of that understanding, technological inventions including clocks, cars, and computers.