Phys 0174 - CEx _4 Solution

Phys 0174 - CEx _4 Solution - COMPUTEREXERCISE#4Solution:...

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COMPUTER EXERCISE #4 Solution: Phys 0174 Fall 2008 P. Koehler   Names of team members: P. Koehler Date completed: 10-Sep-08 Score: (Max. = 60) Answers to Problem 1: a=0 a=1.35 m/s^2 magnitude magnitude unit T1= 250 284 N T2= 186 211 N T3= 284 323 N M= 29.0 29.0 kg Answers to Problem 2: magnitude unit N= 47.0 N T= 32.9 N a= 5.62 m/s^2 v= 3.67 m/s Answers to Problem 3: magnitude unit T @ 12 = 3.17 N T @ 6 = 5.04 N Will T ever be zero? Yes Yes or No In which position? 12 o'clock 12 or 6 T will be zero at v= 2.62 m/s Instructions:   Do all 3 problems that are given in the sheets that follow this TOP SHEET and the EQUATIONS sheet.  Try to figure things  out by yourself before asking for help.  If you get stuck, ask your instructor or use the  Help file  (for Excel related  problems). Your answers to the problems will be automatically copied into the indicated cells on this  TOP SHEET .  Do not try to enter  them yourself.  If you manage to corrupt your copy of this file, don't get upset; just  reload the original file.  If you do not complete this exercise during the class time, save your work on a flash drive and finish the assignment during  the week with your team members.  When your team is done,  print out just this TOP SHEET and give it to me.   Make sure the names of all members of  your team are shown, including yourself.   Please submit only one print-out per team. Your work on this Computer Exercise must be turned in prior to the end of your next Computer Exercise Session  during the week of September 22nd.       S Free-body force diagrams for Problem 3: 12 o'clock position 6 o'clock position m*g T12 T6 m*g
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The magnitude of the acceleration of gravity near the earth's surface is 9.80 m/s
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