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“where can you find newton’s laws?

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Newton’s Laws Assignment
Newton’s Laws of Motion are a fundamental part of Physics. His laws of motion explain rest, constant motion, accelerated motion, and describe how balanced and unbalanced forces act to cause these states of motion. You will select ONE of the options below to demonstrate your understanding and application of Newton’s Laws.
Newton’s Law Project (option A)
“Where can you find Newton’s Laws? “
This project allows you find it in magazines and real life.

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Case 1: sun as the sole object.

Instructions
Take two pieces of aluminum foil cut into small 2″x2″ squares. Poke a hole in the center of each square, with one being a small hole and one a large hole. Next, go outside to see what comes out of a pinhole, using a business card or a piece of paper to reflect the light. You will use the foil and card to observe the effects (the spots of light on the card), then make sketches of the setup (with the light pathways, and the light on the screen) on a separate piece of paper.
You will observe two different cases, observing the Sun with your pinhole, and then a shadow from a distant tree.
Case 1: Sun as the sole object.
Put the pinhole about 2 inches (or 3 finger widths) away from the card. Observe, make sketches of the light from the large and small holes, and answer these questions:
Between the large round hole and and small round hole, which makes a brighter spot?
Between the large round hole and and small round hole, which makes a sharper spot?
Put the pinhole about 6 inches (or 1 hand width) away from the card. Observe and answer these questions:
What happened to the brightness of the spots?
What happened to the size of the spots?
Case 2: Sun and tree casting a shadow.
In this case, you want the shadow of a branch of the tree, not the middle of the tree. You need enough light to form spots with the pinhole on your card. Observe, make sketches of the light from the large and small holes, and answer these questions:
Put the pinhole about 2 inches (or 3 finger widths) away from the card. Observe, make sketches of the light from each hole. How do the spots from the original large and small round holes differ from the Sun-only case?
What happens to the spots from your holes as you move your card away from the foil?
Take photos of the sketches with observations.

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Include a graphic, video, or image that helps visualize some aspect of your answer.

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? 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) 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. There is no set minimum word requirement. However, there is a set maximum word requirement – confine your initial post to 500 words. Include a graphic, video, or image that helps visualize some aspect of your answer. ***TEXT BOOK PROVIDED*** Chapter 8

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Complete table 3.2 and 3.4 based on the results from table 3.1 and 3.3 (only 2 trial for each table)

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)

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*provide as many sources and footnotes as possible/appropriate

*PLEASE PROVIDE ALL CITED WORK AND FOOTNOTES!!!
*PAPER INSTRUCTIONS ARE ATTACHED AS PDF
*PLEASE FOLLOW PAPER INSTRUCTIONS!!!
*PROVIDE AS MANY SOURCES AND FOOTNOTES AS POSSIBLE/APPROPRIATE

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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.

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

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Please write a lab report on instantaneous velocity following the (Sample Format

Please write a lab report on instantaneous velocity following the (Sample Format) attached and briefly answer the questions on Page-4. The data sheet and graph is already done. Thank you

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Imagine you are a writer for Physics Today (or insert whatever physics pop journ

Imagine you are a writer for Physics Today (or insert whatever physics pop journal you wish), and you are to create a travel paper for an overseas trip. In your article, your editor wants you to include all relative physics concepts that you encounter in your journey.
For the heart of the article, your editor has deemed it essential to address the following core issues and questions:
Identify physics principles in various real-world examples.
Identify the use of the scientific method in a modern physical problem.
Identify the use of classical physics principles in relation to a real life situation.
Identify physics principles in various real-world examples, and connect to your own experience.
Identify physics principles in various real-world examples and modern technology.
Identify a technology that uses quantum mechanics, and connect to your own experience.

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In a two-page paper, identify the physics principles contained within the follow

In a two-page paper, identify the physics principles contained within the following scenario. Explain how these principals connect to Einstein’s theory of relativity or in modern applications in physics. If you use a GPS option on your car or a mobile device, you are using Einstein’s theory of relativity. Finally, provide another example from your own experience, then compare and contrast your scenario to the provided example below.
Scenario
Mandy took a trip to Rome, Italy. She gazed out over the open ocean 20,000 feet below as her airplane began its descent to her final destination of Rome. It had been a long flight from New York to Rome, but as she stretched, and her bones creaked as though she was old, she knew that in fact, she was a tiny bit younger than her compatriots back home, thanks to traveling at hundreds of miles per hour. In fact, time for her was running slowly compared to her friends in New York for two reasons: the speed at which she had traveled and the height of the airplane above the Earth. Neither, though, were noticeable.

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In this activity, you will be writing and submitting an experiment report (LINK

In this activity, you will be writing and submitting an experiment report (LINK TO EXPERIMENT PROVIDED). https://www.walter-fendt.de/html5/phen/newtonlaw2_en.htm
You will perform the actual physics simulation that was shown in the instruction video in Activity 1. (TRANSCRIPT PROVIDED)
The Experiment Report must be submitted utilizing the following format, based on the results of the assigned module experiment.
Physics Experiment Report Format
Name: Do not expect credit if not included.
Title: The experiment name. Do not include the Module number. Again, do not expect credit if not included.
Hypothesis
A hypothesis is a statement the experiment is designed to test or disprove. Note: experiments are designed to test or disprove, not prove, hypotheses as there are always additional tests that could be performed. Hypotheses should make specific, testable predictions and are often in IF-THEN form, e.g., “if x is changed, then y will occur.” A hypothesis answers the question, “What is the point of the experiment”?
NOT a hypothesis: “to prove Newton’s 2nd law” or “to see what happens if I…”
IS a hypothesis: “if an object moves with constant velocity, then its distance will increase linearly with time.
Overview
The Overview is a paragraph describing the approach or strategy used to test the hypothesis. It should include what was tested and how it was tested.
Procedures
See Experiment Instructions (use this phrase; do not include the actual procedures from the experiment).
Results
State the most important numerical, graphical or qualitative results obtained from performing the experiment. If there is a data table, include it here.
Uncertainty & Error
Discuss sources of uncertainty (due to limited measurement precision, e.g., length measured to the nearest millimeter) and error. Sources of error include modeling errors (differences between the physical system your predictions are based on, and the real system) and experimental errors, both systematic (errors that always shift results in one direction) and random (equally likely to cause overestimates and underestimates). For computer simulations, discuss real-world sources of uncertainty or error that were not simulated.
Conclusion/Summary
Discuss how the experimental results support rejecting or accepting (again, not proving) the hypothesis. Discuss the relevance of uncertainties/errors to these conclusions. Propose experiment improvements and/or future directions for experimentation.
Application
Discuss at least one real-world application of the physics concept(s) tested in the experiment.
Please copy the physics simulation’s data table into your Experiment Report.