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KAMPUS JENGKAPHY 110MECHANICS (I)LABORATORY REPORTTITLE OF EXPERIMENTLINEAR MOTIONEXP. NO4DATE OF EXPERIMENT7 OCTOBER 2018DATE OF REPORTSUBMISSIONNAMEAIDA MAISARAH BINTI ABD RAHMANMEMBER 1AIDA NAJWA KHADIJAH BINTI MOHAKMEMBER2AFIQAH IZZAH BINTI AZNANNAME OF LECTURERMADAM KHUZAIMAH BINTI NAZIR OBJECTIVE
1.To use linear air track to investigate Newton’s Second Law of Motion 1.Use graphical methods to determine the acceleration of the glider2.Determine the relationship between the glider’s acceleration and the net force applied to itTHEORYIn this experiment, we will use the track to study the motion of a mass under a force to verify Newton’s second law motion. Newton’s first law of motion states that if no net force acts upon object, the velocity of the object remains unchanged. The second law, on the other hand deals with what happens when a net force does not act on an object. This law of motion describes the behaviour of everything that changes its motion due to a net force such as thetrajectory of a baseball or the orbital motion of a planet.While a net force acts on an object, the velocity changes. In other words its accelerates. When more force is applied, the greater force produces a greater acceleration. Newton’s second laws states that, PROCEDURE
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