Lab Repor uniform circ. motion

Lab Repor uniform - Lab Report Uniform Circular Motion By Sara Beth Routh Partners Veera Motashaw Sean McGrath and Phillip Foy PY 211 Lab Section

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Lab Report:  Uniform Circular Motion By: Sara Beth Routh Partners: Veera Motashaw, Sean McGrath, and Phillip Foy PY 211 Lab Section 204 TA:  Cochran
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Results: Our rotating mass, M weighed 0.4566 kilograms. Our radius, r, measured out to be .193 m. Shown in the data tables below are different masses that we weighed each time, by which the following were calculated: The gravitational force M*g , time T , uncertainty in time, frequency, f , centripetal acceleration, a c , uncertainty of centripetal acceleration, ∆a c , centripetal force, f c, and percent difference. r (m) ∆r (m) Total M (kg) M*g (N) T (s) 50*T (s) 0.199 m 0.0005 m 0.85 kg 8.3385 N 0.6988 s 34.94 s 0.185 m 0.0005 m 0.7 kg 6.867 N 0.705 s 35.25 s 0.173 m 0.0005 m 0.55 kg 5.3955 N 0.807 s 40.35 s 0.204 m 0.0005 m 0.9 kg 8.829 N 0.6862 s 34.31 s 0.209 m 0.0005 m 1.05 kg 10.3005 N 0.69 s 34.5 s 0.163 m 0.0005 m 0.42 kg 4.1202 N 0.8266 s 41.33 s ∆T (s) f (s^ -1) a c (m/s2) ∆Ac (m/s^2) f c (N) % diff. 0.3 s
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course PHYSICS 211 taught by Professor K during the Fall '06 term at N.C. State.

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Lab Repor uniform - Lab Report Uniform Circular Motion By Sara Beth Routh Partners Veera Motashaw Sean McGrath and Phillip Foy PY 211 Lab Section

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