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Unformatted text preview: b U s = ky t U s = ky m U s = ky b K = 0 K = (mv m 2 ) / 2 K = 0 E top = (mgy t )+(ky t ) E middle = (mgy m )+( ky m )+( mv m 2 ) / 2) E bottom = (mgy b )+(ky b ) 4. Insert into this box the annotated y(t) graph from Logger Pro, with data and boxes legible. 5. Insert into this box the E(t) graph from the spreadsheet. WPI Physics Department 2 PH 1110 A10, firstname.lastname@example.org 6. Individually report your result for E(t) in standard form. State whether or not mechanical energy is conserved and how the E(t) graph supports your conclusion. Describe how energy is converted from one form to another. WPI Physics Department 3 PH 1110 A10, email@example.com The linear fit of the graph, is a straight line. This shows that the summation of energy is constant. The energy is being conserved because it is being converted from potential energy to mechanical energy during different points of oscillation....
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