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Lab Title: Vectors and Statics Name: Yong Seop Shim Group members name: Tyler Deuty, Bill Selby Group Number: 8 Class Number: 70155 Day and Time: Monday 09-14-2015 10:00AM 1
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Objective: (3 points) The objective of this lab was to verify the condition of translational equilibrium, which is the basis for the design of static structures such as cranes and buildings. Experimental data (3 points): Pulley #1 Pulley #2 Pulley #3 mass(kg) 0.05 0.1 0.124 angle(degrees) 30 130 275 Mass of the hanger = 0.05 kg Error in mass = 0.002 kg Error in angle = 2 degrees Data analysis: 2
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Cartesian coordinates: 4
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Polar Coordinates: Results: X component of the net force Tnet,x±Δ Tnet,x 0.05 ± 0.06 N Y component of the net force Tnet,y± Δ Tnet,y -0.08 ± 0.02 N Net force (Tnet± Δ Tnet, Angle) (0.10 ± 0.07 N, 122.39°) Discussion and Conclusion: The objective of this lab was to verify the equilibrium of the system that was set up. Newton’s first law states that an object at rest or constant motion will retain its state (stay at its initial motion) unless there is an unbalanced force acting upon it. In other words, an object
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