Experiment 4

Experiment 4 - Babalola, Ayotomiwa PHYS 218-510 Data Trial...

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Babalola, Ayotomiwa PHYS 218-510 Data 2cm Trial 1 Trial 2 Trial 3 Slope St Dev. Slop e Slop e St Dev. Slop e Slop e St Dev. Slop e UH 0.212 .009 .160 .002 .549 .043 DH 0.183 .009 .093 .002 .090 .003 3cm Trial 1 Trail 2 Trial 3 Slop e Standard Dev. Slope Slope Standard Dev. Slope Slop e Standard Dev. Slope UH .649 .115 1.207 .219 .460 .027 DH .089 .012 .170 .009 .169 .016 Accele ration Time .025 2.075 .010 2.175 .111 2.201 .010 2.275 .001 2.301 .013 2.401 .012 2.500 .008 2.525 Acceleration vs. Time Trial 1 Trial 2 Trial 3 Slop e Standard Dev. Slope Slop e Standard Dev. Slope Slop e Standard Dev. Slope Towards Detector .345 .002 .370 .019 .371 .006 Away .763 .005 .246 .011 .258 .009
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from Detector f f2 - tan (.013/1.2)= .0062 Experiment 4: Acceleration due to gravity Intro Newton’s second law of motion is used to the acceleration of an object. The key to the law is that the net applied forces on the object are not balanced. To study this law of motion and fully understand it we conducted an experiment. In this experiment we were
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2010 for the course ARTS 150 taught by Professor Caffey during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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