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PH1110-Burnham-Exp9-Rotation CD

# PH1110-Burnham-Exp9-Rotation CD - Similarities of...

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Similarities of Translational and Rotational Kinematics 1. Sketch the forces acting on the masses and hanger and cart. Show your coordinate systems. 2. Apply Newton’s Second Law to the diagrams above and solve for the translational acceleration as calculated by Newton, a N . 3. Type the kinematical equations for x, θ, v, and ω. Also type the equations relating x and θ, v and ω, and a and α, given the “no-slip” condition that the string does not slip on the pulley. 4. Copy and paste your raw data here, with the data and data boxes legible. 5. Fill in this table. If you are rushed for time, at least fill the yellow boxes with your raw data. [kg] S [m] n r [m] .735 5 .0300 ] Acceleration results Average: .1965 ] Std Dev: .06891 SD/Ave: .3506 6. Individually report your result for acceleration in standard form. Comment on the equivalence of the different ways of determining acceleration in this experiment. PH 1110 A10, [email protected] b) c) d) Our average acceleration was .1965 + 0.3506. to find the average acceleration, we first

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