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Spring and Hooke’sLawGeneral Physics I: Calculus Based PHYS 1441 OL69Date of Experiment: October 13, 2021Date of Submission: October 22, 2021Short lab
a.The direction of the applied force is East/right.b.Direction of the spring force is West/left, and the magnitude of the force is 100 N.c.To get a displacement of 0.100 m to the right, a spring constant of 1000 N/m is applied.d.Displacement is not the same as the length of the spring.e.To get a displacement of 0.100 m to the left, the applied force of -100 N with direction tothe left and the spring force is 100 N with the direction to the right is applied.f.When the force applied is 50 N, displacement decreases by a factor of 2. When the forceapplied is 25 N, displacement decreases by factor 4. When the force applied is 20 N,displacement decreases by a factor of 5. When the force applied is 10 N, displacementdecreases by a factor of 10.g.When the applied force is 200 N, placement is 1.000 m. When the applied force is -0.500
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Unformatted text preview: N, the displacement is 0.0025 m.h. The spring constant is 500 N/m. i.The spring constant to get a displacement of 0.400 m is 250 N/m. The spring constant to get a displacement of 0.500 m is 200 N/m. The spring constant to get a displacement of 1.0 m to the left is 100 N/m. j.With the spring constant of 50 N/m, the displacement is 2.0 m. With the spring constant of2000 N/m, the displacement is 0.050 m.2. The relationship between force and displacement is linear. 3. F A =kx 4. F spr =-kxPart II: 1.The displacement is 0.17 m.2. The weight is 0.98 N.3. The spring constant is 5.76 N/m. 4.The spring constants do not match up. 5.The mass of the unknown blue weight is 223.3 kgPart III: 1.The period is 1.005 seconds. 2.The spring constant is 7.43 N/m. 3.The values of k agree with each other. And the values agree with the value obtained previously. It is reasonable to have some disagreement because of human error when handling the timer....
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