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September 27 Physics
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In: What is confusing you about Newton’s Laws?
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Objective: To test Newton’s second law Success criteria: To measure the mass of an object using Newton’s second law
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Lab: Newton’s 2 nd Law Problem: to analyze a graph of force vs acceleration and determine the
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Unformatted text preview: relationship between force, mass and acceleration. Calibration Calibration Force probe Low=zero High=4.9 with 500 g Acceleration probe Low=-9.8 High=+9.8 Synthesis I own/ I dont Out: How could you measure mass in space?...
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