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Unformatted text preview: Lab 8 Lab Report (100 pts) Name: PHYS 1214 (£14 Section: “‘3‘ Day and Time: « ‘0
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Raise with Decreasing Speed
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pole down and the graph for the lowering the magnet through the coil with the south pole
down. How do these graphs compare? Brieﬂy explain your reasoning. ‘i a Q.) mixci'lis /A'7 dow m I e [a C “Vt bug”: 6 5:4 r 5,: 7:3 gtnélﬁilg xii A; Ag: wééiam
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