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September 29 Physics
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IN: Two elephants run into each other. The first has a mass of 1000 kg and got an acceleration of 2 m/s 2 . The second has a mass of 50 m/s 2 . What was it’s acceleration?
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Objective: To test Newton’s 2 nd law. Success criteria: Complete the lab and conclusion
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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 attraction between masses. Measured with the force of gravity on a
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Unformatted text preview: 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 Mass warps the space time grid. Objects accelerate like a penny toy Synthesis I own/ I dont Out: A shopping cart slams into your car. It has a mass of 30 kg, and decelerates at 60 m/s 2 as it hits your car. How much force does it give to your car door?...
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