# PHY 1122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Calipers, Length Measurement, Lab Report

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Laboratory report: Simple measurements & buoyancy force
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Simple measurements & buoyancy force
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graphs at the end. If you forgot to print it before your lab, you can reproduce it by hand but you have to follow the exact
format (same number of pages, same items on each page, same space to answer question).
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Experiment title:
Simple measurements & buoyancy force
Name:
Student number:
Lab group number:
Course code:
PHY
Demonstrator:
Date of the lab session:
Partnerโs name:
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Data sheet
Instructions: Use a pen to complete this section before the end of the lab session. Ask your TA to initialize your
data before you leave the laboratory.
Part 1 โ Length measurement
[1] Measure the mass of the cylinder:
๐cylinder = ( ____________________ ยฑ ____________________ )
[3] Table 1 - Length measurements of a cylinder using various instruments
Instrument
Length of the cylinder
Diameter of the cylinder
โ๐ณ
๐ซ
โ๐ซ
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
meter stick
vernier caliper
Part 2 โ Time measurement
[1] Table 2 - Calculating the period of oscillation of a pendulum
Trial
Time for 10 oscillations
๐
โ๐
(s)
(s)
1
2
3
4
5
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Part 3 โ The buoyancy force
[4] Prepare Graph 1. Print it to a pdf file. Send the file to yourself by email or save it on a USB key. Print the graph and
attach it at the end of your report.
[1] What are the values of ๐ (slope) and ๐ (Y-intercept) in Graph 1? Provide the units.
๐ = ( _________________ ยฑ _________________ )
๐ = ( _________________ ยฑ _________________ )
[1] What is the apparent mass value you recorded with the setup using an electronic balance and a 500 g mass
suspended in water?
๐apparent = ( ____________________ ยฑ ____________________ )
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