Analysis of Lab B1.pdf - Amparo 1 Analysis of Lab B1 Simple Harmonic Motion Gabby Amparo Group 1 Opyrchal Physics 103A section 101 Lab Partners Noah

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Amparo 1Analysis of Lab B1: Simple Harmonic Motion Gabby Amparo Group 1 Opyrchal- Physics 103A- section 101 Lab Partners: Noah Benipayo, Alex Radcliffe, Kevin Roberton, and Mark Usigan
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Amparo 2ObjectivesThe objective of this lab experiment was to determine the spring constant kby stretching the spring and applying Hooke’s Law. By doing this we would be able to verify that period of vibration of a body on a spring is independent of the amplitude. We also measured the period T of a simple pendulum as a function of the length L of the pendulum. Data Table I Mass of total weight m (kg) Weight of total mass w (N) = mg Position y1(m) Displacement y = y1-y0(m) k = F / S (Nm-1) 0.05+0.20 2.45 0.715 0.235 3.42 0.05+0.30 3.43 0.755 0.275 4.54 0.05+0.40 4.41 0.795 0.315 5.55 Table II Mass of total weight m (kg) Time for 20 cycles for 1cm amplitude (s) Time for 1 Period (s) k = 4࠵?2m/T2(Nm-1) 0.05+0.30 14.61 0.73 0.811 Table III Mass of total weight m (kg) Time for 20 vibrations (s) Average time for 20 oscillations (s) Oscillation period T (s) T2(s2) k = 4࠵?
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