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Throughout the semester, students will be explore classic physical systems as a tool to increase their overall laboratory skills (i.e., experimental design, data analysis, collaboration, and scientific communication). In this course, students will be guided and supported through their development of these practices by emphasizing

  1. How to carry out experiments effectively by collecting data while attempting to minimize uncertainty.
  2. How to connect the results obtained experimentally with theoretical models in lecture while recognizing the limitations of each.
  3. How to thoroughly document the experimental design, data collection and analysis, the results, and the discussion/conclusions.
  4. How to report and communicate findings obtained in the laboratory.

Free Fall

Inelastic Collisions

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