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PS100 RS 03 Gravity

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Millions saw the apple fall, but Newton asked why. ~ Bernard Baruch Syllabus & Schedule: Syllabus & Schedule: ps100.byu.edu ps100.byu.edu 2 a. Electromagnetic Force b. Strong Force c. Weak Force (also a nuclear force with 1/100th the strength of the Strong Force d. Gravity Quiz: Which of the following keeps you from falling “through” your chair? 3 When dropped two objects of different mass will? a. Fall at different speeds b. Fall at the same speed, not accelerating c. Accelerate the same due to gravity d. I have no idea! Quiz: 4 The Third Law Interactions between two separate objects. Two oppositely directed forces. Equal magnitude. Each of these forces acts on a separate object. Interactions between two separate objects. Two oppositely directed forces. Equal magnitude. Each of these forces acts on a separate object. What is the action-reaction pair here? 5 Gravity experiments Gravity experiments 1. Measure acceleration due to force of gravity 1. Measure acceleration due to force of gravity 2. Vary mass of object and see if 2. Vary mass of object and see if acceleration varies with mass acceleration varies with mass 3. Vary distance from the center 3. Vary distance from the center of the earth and see if acceleration of the earth and see if acceleration varies with distance varies with distance...
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