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### lab6 vectors---jiajie huo

Course: PHYSICS 1A+1B, Fall 2010
School: Laney College
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Mohebi Jiajie Lab6 Vectors Instructor: Dr. Huo(Jacky) Member: Tran, Tran Trum Nguyen Sean Clough Anhuang Herncnlz Dana Feuiez 2. introduction. In this experiment, we are generally focusing on exploring the combination or separation of the vectors and trying to confirm it by experiment. 3. Procedure. a. First, we set three different vectors and load different kinds of mass into it, the angle between any two of...

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Mohebi Jiajie Lab6 Vectors Instructor: Dr. Huo(Jacky) Member: Tran, Tran Trum Nguyen Sean Clough Anhuang Herncnlz Dana Feuiez 2. introduction. In this experiment, we are generally focusing on exploring the combination or separation of the vectors and trying to confirm it by experiment. 3. Procedure. a. First, we set three different vectors and load different kinds of mass into it, the angle between any two of then would not equal to 90, 180 or 270, then we made the prediction of what the fourth vector would be in order for the entire system become even, and we made the prediction graphically and algebraically. b. Second, we use the results we get from graphing and calculating, and try to confirm whether the result would work. 4. Date sheets, spread sheets. Vector F1 F2 F3 F4 R kg 0.2 0.16 0.13 0.25 EX TH ANGLE(de Mag(N) g) 1.96 130 1.57 200 1.27 280 2.54 6 2.55 7.5 2.54 6 6. and Discussion conclusion. X-comp(N) -1.26 -1.48 0.221 -2.52 2.53 -2.53 Y-comp(N) %Diff 1.5 -0.537 -1.25 -2.9 0.355 -0.29 In this experiment, we use almost most of our time calculating and graphing the magnitude and angle of the forth vector, because the equipment is not very precise, so that the angle and magnitude of the forth vector may vary, but the system would still be even, all the group of our people got the approximately answers and they approached the experimental result, so that we think this experiment is successful. This experiment is much easier compared with other experiments, so that the report would be much shorter.
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