SC 130 Physci lab syllabus

Lecture topics and corresponding laboratoriess with cross-references to the text section numbers. The three-digit numeric prefixes correspond to the textbook section.

L01MeasuresDensity intro012 Density 📄
L02Motion021 RipStik linear022 Linear motion 📄
L03Motion031 RipStik acceleration032 Acceleration of gravity 📄
L04Motion041 Banana leaf marble ramp042 Conservation of momentum 📄
L05Forces051 Newton's laws052 Friction 📄
L06Heat061 Temperature062 Mathematical models I 📄
L07Earth071 Find Binky072 Latitude & longitude 📄
L08Weather081 Humidity and precipitation082 Clouds 📄
L09Sound091 Waves092 Speed of sound 📄
L10Spectra101 Color102 Colors of light 📄
L11Optics111 Lenses112 Reflection and pparent depth 📄
L12Electricity121 Ohms law122 Ohms law 📄
L13Chemistry131 Introduction to the elements132 Acids & Bases 📄
L14AstronomyPlanetary presentations142 Mathematical models II 📄
L15CosmologyElegant Universe152 Site swap notation

Laboratories have laboratory reports written up each week using Desmos to produce tables and graphs which are then screen captured and integrated into word processing software such as Google Docs. The reports will be submitted via Canvas and marked using rubrics in Canvas. The structure of the reports is detailed in a Google document. Reports are due the evening of the laboratory. Reports can be turned in up to seven days late without penalty after the laboratory session.