Your film speed can be found on your film box, for example my film speed is 400. To set this on to my camera, I need to lift this ring up and turn it until it reaches 400. This is very important because if you don’t do this your pictures are going to come out blurry. Next you need to know how to work you’re aperture ring. This is found on the lens of your camera, and it will be the ring that is the closest to the camera.
The materials needed for this experiment will be a ball, a meter long ramp, tape, a protractor, and stopwatch. For the first step you will set up the incline of the ramp at a 10° angle. Then you will mark, with tape, six points on the one meter ramp that are equidistant from one another. Next, using a stopwatch, you will roll the ball from each point three times each. After all the trials are completed for the six distances, find the average time it took the ball to reach the end from each point.
Then use the Meter stick to measure the center distance of the back wheels to the front wheels. You must be capable to measure this detach to a 0.01 cm. (Record this measurement in data) Draw a plan of a boxcar in the reflection section and demonstrate how the measurement in procedure 5 was made. Make sure you have visual proof of what you did. Is really IMPORTANT!
As with splitting any pipework, ensure it is not under pressure before doing so. 2. Describe the importance of wearing appropriate protective clothing and equipment, and keeping the work area safe and tidy Correct protective clothing is essential. It will protect you from any workplace hazard associated with your task. Anything outside of the mandatory site PPE will be detailed on the work permit.
Answer the questions below. When you have finished, submit this assignment to your teacher by the due date for full credit. (5 points) Score 1. How would you describe the movement of the sun over 30 minutes? Answer: The movement of the sun will change the angle it has on the sky in 30 minutes, it is always moving from the east to the west, so in 30 minutes it would move more west, no matter at what time you make the experiment.
Where I come from standard is the prefered name, so that is what I’ll be using. Preview: First I will tell you some technical information about what a standard is, second I’ll talk about shifting gears along with the clutch and how that works. Body: I.What is a standard transmission? A. A transmission transfers the power created by the engine to the wheels through a driveshaft and axle.
Speed is recorded by the distance traveled divided by the time it took for an object to go that distance. Each track was 123 centimeters. Once we had our speeds we can determine if our system is in uniform motion. If the speeds are about the same, (the speeds will be slightly off from one another because of friction) then the system is in uniform motion. Raw data and numerical analysis: After the ball rolled down the ramp and through the course for three different trial, these are the numbers we produced: Track Time (sec) Track Time (sec) Track Time (sec) 1-123cm 1.4 1-123cm 1.29 1-123cm 1.50 2-246cm 3.17 2-246cm 2.86 2-246cm 3.15 3-369cm 5.02 3-369cm 4.7 3-369cm
USING A MULTIMETER Health and Safety When using a multimeter many safety precautions should be took in to consider. Before connecting or disconnecting the multimeter you should deenergize and discharge the circuit completely before disconnecting or connecting the multimeter. Always connect a multimeter in series with the circuit for current measurements and in parallel for voltage measurements. Never apply power to the circuit while measuring resistance with a multimeter. When using a multimeter you will need gloves to protect your hands from any light damage.