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Physics110 Lab #4 Data Sheet

# Physics110 Lab #4 Data Sheet - Unknowns Calculated Rock=...

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Experiment IV: Part B Swati Samtani and George Fountain Physics 110-002 Grams, CM X component (cm) Y component (cm) 150, 6 30 5.196 3.000 120, 4.8 20 4.511 1.642 185,7.4 110 -2.531 6.954 135.7, 5.4 210 -2.71 4.68 (Rock) 99.4, 4.0 290 -3.76 1.37 (Gold) 1cm = 25 gm Magnitude: 1.980 8.595 77.031 Part C 1. 50.0 grams each 2. 150 grams 5. 220 grams
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Unformatted text preview: Unknowns Calculated: Rock= 135.7 grams (5.4 cm); Gold= 99.4 grams (4.0 cm) Percent Difference: 0.3% Degrees ° Angle Sum (°): 3. 0° = 130 grams; 90° = 80 grams 4. 77° + 180° = 257° 6. 0° = unknown (rock); 90° = 70 grams; 210° = 120 grams 7. 0°= 90 grams; 90°= 155 grams...
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