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lab03_nonuniform - Laboratory 3 Motion with Nonuni Physics...

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Laboratory 3: Motion Physics 12 → Replace with both your names, current date and section number ← Experiment 1: Motion of a Spherical Object with Air Resistance Trial 1 Graph Trial 3 Graph Please name your file uniqname.xlsx, and save one copy for each student
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Mass (kg) Terminal Ve Trial 1 Trial 2 Trial 3 Trial 4 Experiment 2: Motion of a Conical Object with Air Resistance Trial 1 Graph Trial 3 Graph
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Mass (kg) Terminal Ve Trial 1 Trial 2 Trial 3 Trial 4 Experiment 3: Model Fitting and Statistics ln(mass) vs. ln(v term ) [balloon] (Problem 3.6) Based on your two linear fits for the logarithm What about the balloon? Which one has a higher value for n 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Balloon Column H ln(terminal velocity) ln(mass)
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Other groups' data (Problem 3.7) The balloon is approximately spherical. Using approximate (order of magnitude) estimate for the Reynolds experience laminar or turbulent air resistance under these c (Problem 3.8) Suppose a sphere travels at the same speed t likely to be laminar? Why?
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