Lab 3 - (delete were it says 345g at angle 245) after we...

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(delete were it says 345g at angle 245) after we place both of the weights, then we had to find the angle and how much weight we need in order for the ring in the middle to center itself and find the equilibrium. Once we find the angle and the weight that we need in order to have it equilibrium, we change the second string at angle 120˚ and not change the mass. Again we had to find the angle and how much mass we had to add on the third string in order for it to be equilibrium. For the third run, we had to draw out a quadrilateral were the vectors, if added up would make it equilibrium. When making the quadrilateral we had to make it to scale and the lengths of the sides would equal a certain mass. We later tested out drawing on the force table to make sure that it did work and that it was an equilibrium vectors. Apparatus: RUN 1 RUN 2 RUN 3 150g at 0˚ 150g at 0˚ 300g at 0˚ 300g at 90˚ 300g at 120˚ 150g at 45˚ 345g at 245˚ 250g at 270˚ 300g at 156˚ 250g at 240˚
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2010 for the course PHYS PHYS 112 taught by Professor Asad during the Fall '08 term at Hartford.

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Lab 3 - (delete were it says 345g at angle 245) after we...

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