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Lab Title: Vectors and Statics Name: Yong Seop Shim Group members name: Tyler Deuty Group Number: 8 Class Number: 70155 Day and Time: Monday 09-14-2015 10:00AM
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Objective: To determine the actual mass (takes in count for the friction) that the system feels on the ramp; to determine the gravitational acceleration that is pulling the cart along the ramp. Data: mass of the cart = 0.506 kg mass of the hook = 0.0051 kg experiment # 1 Mtot = 0.5611 ± 0.00005 kg slope = 1.698 ± 0.1949 m/(s^2*N) or 1/kg
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experiment # 2 g = 10.01 ± 0.154 m/s^2
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Data analysis: Results: Expected Experimental Mass of the system (Mtot) 0.5611 ± 0.00005 kg 0.59 ± 0.07 kg Acceleration due to gravity (g) 9.8 ± 0.0 m/s^2 10.01 ± 0.154 m/s^2
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Discussion and Conclusion: The objectives of this lab were to determine the experimental mass (takes in count for the friction) that the system feels on the ramp and the experimental gravitational acceleration that is pulling the cart along the ramp. First, the mass of the entire system (cart and the hanger) on the scale. Then, one 10 gram
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