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Coefficient of FrictionBy: Natalie Taylor Partner: Alli Bryant
ResultsFriction Coeff.Pulling Method Sliding Method% DifferenceStatic0.370.370Kinetic0.200.2729.8The static friction for the pulling and sliding method turned out to have the same result, showing that both methods are accurate. The kinetic friction for the pulling and sliding method was off but only by 0.07.Sample CalculationsLab Questions1.
2. When the mass of the block was doubled the angle of repose increased. The results that were collected were expected. For static, the angle of repose, when the mass of the block was normal, was 19 degrees and the angle of repose, when the mass was doubled, was 22 degrees. This is because there is more force on the block, due to the higher mass, causing a higher angle to make

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