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PhysSept28 - attraction between masses. Measured with the...

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September 28 Physics
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In: Draw a free-body diagram of a car slowing down to a stop.
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Objective: To test Newton’s 2 nd law. Success criteria: Complete the lab and conclusion
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Newton’s second law: F=ma
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Lab: Newton’s 2 nd Law What is the relationship between the force an object receives and the acceleration of the object?
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Mass of cart: .775 kg
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Mass of cart: 1.275 kg
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Finish lab
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Two definitions of mass Inertial mass F=ma Measured by the force it takes to change motion
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Gravitational mass: measures the force of
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Unformatted text preview: attraction between masses. Measured with the force of gravity on a scale They appear to be the same thing This is why all objects fall at the same rate. Einstein put them together in the General Theory of Relativity Synthesis I own/ I dont Out: A shopping cart slams into your car. It has a mass of 20 kg, and decelerates at 200 m/s 2 as it hits your car. How much force does it give to your car door?...
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