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Lab Report 10.docx - Fadhil Hussain Partners Max Kaufman...

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Fadhil Hussain Partners: Max Kaufman, Ian Clements, Ryan Korn March 29 th , 2017 Examining how Mass and Radius affect Moment of Inertia Experimental Design Tables: Table 1: Effect of Mass on Moment of Inertia Research Question How does added mass impact the moment of inertia of a rotating rod? Dependent Variable (DV) Moment of Inertia Independent Variable (IV) Mass Control Variables (CV) Radius of the pulley (0.00255m), Distance of mass from axis (0.1m), Force (.882N) Testable Hypothesis Changing the mass will change the moment of inertia Prediction There is a positive linear relationship between Mass and Moment of inertia Table 2: Effect of distance on Moment of Inertia Research Question How does added distance impact the moment of inertia of a rotating rod? Dependent Variable (DV) Moment of Inertia Independent Variable (IV) Distance of mass from axis Control Variables (CV) Radius of the pulley (0.00255m), Added Mass (0.6035kg), Force (.882N) Testable Hypothesis Changing the distance of the mass will change the moment of inertia.
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