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Unformatted text preview: grams, or 341.5grams. Then we solved the equation H=Tcos. We found that the H value as a force was 2.898N, which then had to be converted to grams, or 295.7grams. Finally we solved the equation V=mg+kTsin. We found the V value as a force was 3.06005N, which then had to be converted to grams, or 312.25grams. Our experimental values for T, H, and V When I equated our theoretical values and used them in the experiment the bar was stable once we removed the pins. We used T=342g, H=296g, and V=312g. In conclusion, my theoretical values for T, H, and V did match the experimental values I used. We got to see how you can balance a static equilibrium equation with knowledge of just a few things, like the mass of the bar and K. Then you can measure for the angles and after that you just solve for your unknowns....
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