Coefficients of Static and Kinetic Friction

Coefficients of Static and Kinetic Friction - Move the...

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Macroeconomics 4 December 2009 Coefficients of Static and Kinetic Friction Data Collection: Part 1: One Brick Averages Force to  Move the  Brick 11.5 N 11.5 N 11 N 11.5 N 11.5 N 12 N 11.5 N Weight of  Brick 31 N 31 N 30 N 31 N 31 N 32 N 31 N M s = .371 .371 .367 .371 .371 .375 .371 Part 1: Two Bricks Force to  Move the  Bricks 21.0 N 21.0 N 20.0 N 21.0 N 21.0 N 22.0 N 21.0 N Weight of  Bricks 58.0 N 59.5 N 58.0 N 58.0 N 58.0 N 56.5 N 58.0 N M s = .362 .353 .345 .362 .362 .389 .362 Part 2: One Brick Force to 
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Unformatted text preview: Move the Bricks 5.00 N 5.00 N 4.50 N 5.00 N 5.50 N 5.00 N 5.00 N Weight of Bricks 31.0 N 31.0 N 32.0 N 31.0 N 30.0 N 31.0 N 31.0 N M k = .161 .161 .141 .161 .183 .161 .161 Part 2: Two Bricks Averages Force to Move the Bricks 9.50 N 9.50 N 9.00 N 9.50 N 10.0 N 9.50 N 9.50 N Weight of Bricks 58.0 N 58.0 N 57.0 N 58.0 N 59.0 N 58.0 N 58.0 N M k = .164 .164 .158 .164 .170 .164 .164...
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