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Paul Gonzales Impulse-Momentum Theorem Ru n t(s) Fmax(N) Favg(N) v0 (m/s) v (m/s) m ( k g ) 1 1.72 -1.964 - 0.114360465 0.4971 -0.4541 0 . 2 0 9 2 1.16 -1.38 - 0.237931034 0.6958 -0.6354 0 . 2 0 9 3 1.11 -3.045 - 0.258738739 0.7116 -0.6521 0 . 2 0 9 4 1.38 -2.267 -0.16115942 0.5563 -0.5122 0 . 2 0 9 5 1.31 -2.368 - 0.176412214 0.5758 -0.5284 0 . 2 0 9 6 1.57 -1.963 - 0.124522293 0.4891 -0.4515 0 . 2 0 9 Ru n p0 (kg*m/ s) p (kg*m/s) Δp (kg*m/s) Jnet (Ns) %Diff 1 0.1038939 - 0.0949069 -0.1988008 -0.1967 - 1.068022369 2 0.1454222 - 0.1327986 -0.2782208 -0.276 - 0.804637681 3 0.1487244 - 0.1362889 -0.2850133 -0.2872 0.761385794 4 0.1162667 - 0.1070498 -0.2233165 -0.2224 - 0.412095324 5 0.1203422 - -0.2307778 -0.2311 0.139420164
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Paul Gonzales 0.1104356 6 0.1022219 - 0.0943635 -0.1965854 -0.1955 - 0.555191816 slope y-int value 1.019456049 0.005216741 unc 0.01944802 0.004629117 % uncertainty = uncertainty * 100 / slope = 0.01944802* 100 /1.0195= 1.907686 % Error Analysis: Our slope of Impulse versus Change in Momentum gives us a slope of 1.0195, which is close to the expected value of 1. A slope of 1.0195 is actually acceptable because the accepted value is 1 and falls within one standard deviation of the experimental slope value. Our experimental value had a percent uncertainty of 1.907686%, which is acceptable, and preferred. This experiment would probably be repeated without
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