Physics Lab Write-up #9

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Equilibrium and Pulleys: Mass and Motion June 22, 2009 Purpose In this experiment, students will analyze and discuss the relationship between mass,  acceleration, and net force. In addition, they will deduce a formula that describes the  relationship between mass, acceleration, and net force. Hypothesis The more mass something has the less acceleration it has. Mass influences motion  because a greater mass is accelerated less by the same force than if applied to a lesser  mass, and therefore can be said that there is a greater inertia, and motion is directly  related to the object’s mass and velocity.  Materials -two identical mass hangers -5 g and 10 g horseshoe masses -dynamics cart and track -pasco “super” pulley -data studio Procedure 1) The empty cart was held stationary. 2)
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