Physics II workshop_Part_23

Physics II workshop_Part_23 - In parts a-d the car and...

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48 In parts a-d the car and truck are of equal mass. In parts e and f the truck is much more massive than the car. Force magnitude of car on truck is (>, =, <) the Force magnitude of truck on car. Measurements (later) (e) Very Massive truck moves to the right and rear ends a light car that is also moving right. They separate after the collision. (f) Light car moves to the right and rear ends a massive truck that is also moving right. They separate after the collision. Measurements 2. Get a computer, LabPro, two force sensors with adaptors, and two massive bars. Connect the LabPro to the computer. Use the adaptors at the ends of the force probe cables, and connect the force probes to CH1 and CH2 of the LabPro. The truck is the sensor connected to CH 1, and the car is the sensor connected to CH2. [Note: you do NOT need to use carts and a track for this experiment.] Be sure the slide switch on the force sensors is at 50N. Drag the file F200NewtonsThirdLaw.xmbl to MyDocuments from the server. Calibrate the sensors (see below).
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2011 for the course PHY 2053 taught by Professor Lind during the Fall '09 term at FSU.

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