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Fadhil Hussain Partners: Max Kaufman, Ian Clements, Ryan Korn February 15 th and 22 nd , 2017 Examining How Force and Acceleration of a System are Related Experimental Design Tables: Table 1: Effect of Applied Force on Acceleration Research Question How does the acceleration of a system change when the applied force changes? Dependent Variable (DV) Acceleration Independent Variable (IV) Applied Force via a hanging mass Control Variables (CV) Mass of 1 bob (5g), Mass of Cart (147.5g), Total Mass of the System (187.5g) Testable Hypothesis When the applied force on the system is increased, the acceleration of the system will also increase. Prediction Force and Acceleration have a positive linear relationship. Tables and Graphs: Hanging Mass (g) Acceleration (m/s 2 ) 5 0.195 ± .001 10 0.430 ± .001 15 0.711 ± .0018 20 0.977 ± .0030 25 1.23 ± .0027 30 1.53 ± .0018 35 1.73 ± .0082 40 1.94 ± .012 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 1.4 1.6 1.8 2 Hanging Mass vs Acceleration Hanging Mass (g) Acceleration (m/s2) Note: Error Bars are too small to be seen, but uncertainties are as indicated in the table above.
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