Lab 5 exp 1

Lab 5 exp 1 - 6.08 0.608 3.69664 15 6.08 0.912 2.464427 25...

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Visual Physics218-lab - Technical Memo To: Tristian Leggett (Physics TA) From: Diego Hernando (Student) Date: Friday, April 25, 2008 Subject: Lab 5 exp 1: Angular and linear velocity This experiment was easily done. This experiment shows the relationship between angular velocity with linear velocity. We determined that at a constant angular velocity the greater the radius the greater the linear velocity. Experimental results and analysis Raius (cm) angular velocity (rad/s) linear velocity (m/s) centripetal acceleration (m/s 2 ) 5 7.04 0.352 0.099123 10
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Unformatted text preview: 6.08 0.608 3.69664 15 6.08 0.912 2.464427 25 5.94 1.485 1.411344 30 5.99 1.797 1.196003 We took data points from a bar spinning, at five different radii (all in centimeters): 5, 10, 15, 25, and 30. These radii are shown in the table below with their respective angular velocities, linear velocities, and centripetal acceleration. The angular velocities I got from the graphs trend lines that are below: And I just used the formula: v=wr to get the linear velocity, and a=v^2/r to get the centripetal acceleration....
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Lab 5 exp 1 - 6.08 0.608 3.69664 15 6.08 0.912 2.464427 25...

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