FancartEnergy_analysis

FancartEnergy_analysis - W by air change in position yields...

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Fill in all colored fields. Bright yellow: original data; Pale yellow: calculated values (and graphs) Names of lab group members: Lab Section: Last name First name Date: Parker Michael Read the instructions before proceding. READ DATA ACCURATELY! A Data at two instants Initial Final Final-Initial time 0.4482 2.3870 1.9388 x 0.2440 0.9990 0.7550 vx 0.1400 0.6100 0.4700 px 0.1120 0.4880 0.3760 K 0.0078 0.1488 0.1410 units mass of fancart 0.8000 kg 0.1410 J W by air 0.1410 J Fx on fancart 0.1868 N use the Energy Principle here Brief explanation (in words and/or and equations) of how you calculated the force on the fancart by the air, using
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Unformatted text preview: W by air / change in position yields the force in the x direction. B In the same time interval units dvx/dt 0.2240 m/s^2 fit selected region of graph with linear dpx/dt 0.1792 Kg*m/s^2 Fx on fancart 0.1792 N use Momentum Principle here Brief explanation (in words and/or equations) of how you calculated the force on the fancart by the air, using the Fnet = dp/dt therefore Fx = dpx/dt ∆ K of fancart units s m m/s kg*m/s J g the Energy Principle: r fit in Data Studio e Momentum Principle:...
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