Physics I lab Waves

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Course: PHYS202Section: PHY 202Name: John M. Bryant Instructor Name: Professor Pam KhuranaTitle: Waves Experiment Introduction:In this experiment, the utilization of the following equations will be done and the relationship between each element will be analyzed. The equations involving waves are v = ? f , v=(g ?/2pi)^0.5, v=(t/u)^0.5Methods:Part I. In part I of the experiment, we apply and prove the formula f=v/? . We will use simulation for this lab. First, change the setting for the wrench to Oscillate. Keep the amplitude and frequency set to 50, adjust the damping to 0. Make the end of the wave a no end rather than fixed end. Use timer and rulers to measure the wavelength and the time the wave travels. Start the simulation and thus measure the wavelength. The above is a testing before the data record began. Reset the timer to zero, pause the simulation, click on play, at the same time start the timer when the oscillator is at the top of its cycle. Count 30 cycles then click the pause button on the timer. Part II. In this experiment, the relationship between damping and amplitude of the wave is determined. Firstly, start the simulation, se

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