Sliding Friction lab report

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Unformatted text preview: Sliding Friction General Physics I I- PHY2424 February 9, 2011 I . To determine the values of the coefficient static friction and the coefficient kinetic friction for leather sliding on wood by two different methods. Afterwards, compare the values to each other from different methods as a % of difference I I. A cart was obtained weighing 120 g. On the fi rst step up 200g was added to the cart. Static and kinetic friction was determined by sliding t he cart on wood. Special software was used to determine the average of the static and kinetic friction. Next 400 g was added. The static and k inetic friction was determined. Afterwards, 600g was added. Static and kinetic friction was determined. Next, 800 grams was added. The s tatic friction and kinetic friction was determined. Afterwards, the f riction of the cart was determined on down in inclined plane. The % was calculated. I I I. In conclusion, the % difference was 257% ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2011 for the course PHYS 2424 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '11 term at Holmes Community College.

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