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Unformatted text preview: The following report is written to help students in compiling their own reports for labor class of the course Physics I. Note that this report does not represent a real experiment and thus should be used only as an example of style and form. The actual experiment reports will usually be longer as there is more material to cover. Lab No.2: Study of kinematics and d ynamics on the Atwood’s machine Yultuz Omarbakiyeva IT department, International IT university, Dzhandosov str. 8a, 050040, Almaty Abstract We used the Atwood ’ s machine to study uniformly and uniformly accelerated motion of the loads. The Newton ’ s second law was proved in the third task of the experiment. We calculated the uncertainties using the Student ’ s method. Introduction Newton’s second law ( F net = m a ) can be experimentally tested with an apparatus known as an “Atwood’s Machine” . The Atwood ’ s machine was constructed by R.G. Atwood in 1784. He used this machine to verify the mechanical laws of motion with constant acceleration. In the Fig.1 the Atwoodmechanical laws of motion with constant acceleration....
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This note was uploaded on 10/15/2011 for the course PHYSICS 0207239 taught by Professor Mamar during the Spring '09 term at Jordan University of Science & Tech.
- Spring '09