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Unformatted text preview: Lab 10 The Simple Pendulum Lab Report (100 pts) Name: "—— xJ' PHYS 1114 5201 Section: Day and Time: J/f 4 f ’2 330 m2: Station Check: PART I: I According to the theoretical relationship, the period of the pendulum is independent
of the mass of the pendulum. Based on your data in part I, is this true? Explain. (7 ts) . .\ . .
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TABLE 2: Period vs. Anle Data M = 200 g and L = 50cm) (20 pts) I According to the theoretical relationship (equation 2), the period of the pendulum is
independent of the angle of the pendulum swing. Does our data in part 11 support this relationship? (7 pts) ' ,0 n
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‘ 99 Lab 10 The Simple Pendulum PART III: Length1/2(mm) : Period (8) Use the following pages to plot Period vs. Length 1/1 for the 200 g pendulum. Be sure to
label axes and the scales used. (10 pts) lOO Lab 10 The Simple Pendulum Period vs. Len th“2 3 93.50” : 3 — Lab l0 The Simple Pendulum I Follow proper slope procedures to obtain the slope of the graph. (10 pts) 5 I. h _. ' I Using your graph (not using equation 2), ﬁnd the experimental acceleration due to
gravity, gex, for the 200 g pendulum. (Show work for one).(3 pts) '1!" ﬂ 1%
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