C4WebLab2 - 6 Describe a situation in which there is...

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Name: ___________________________ Chapter 4 WebLab#1 “Motion on an Inclined Plane” * Go to the following website: http://lectureonline.cl.msu.edu/~mmp/kap4/cd095a.htm * Questions: 1) In a frictionless system (where the friction coefficient is zero), what happens to the acceleration of the system as you increase the angle of the inclined plane? 2) In a frictionless system, what happens to the acceleration of the system as you decrease the value of the hanging mass, M2? 3) If there is friction (where the friction coefficient is greater than zero), what happens to the acceleration of the system as you decrease the value of the hanging mass, M2? 4) If the incline makes an angle of 14º, and the friction coefficients are 0.1 and 0.12, what is the smallest mass M2 that will result in motion up the ramp? 5) If the incline makes an angle of 30º, and the friction coefficients are 0.1 and 0.12, what is the smallest mass M2 that will result in motion up the ramp?
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Unformatted text preview: 6) Describe a situation in which there is friction and the mass M1 moves down the ramp. What is the angle? The friction coefficients? The value of M2? Name: ___________________________ Chapter 4 WebLab#2 “AstroPitch: Newton’s Third Law” * Go to the following website: http://blue.utb.edu/pdukes/PhysApplets/AstroPitch/TabbedastroPitch.html Questions: 1) How does the motion of the astronaut depend on the speed at which he throws the ball? 2) How is the motion of the astronaut similar to the motion of the ball he throws? 3) How is the motion of the astronaut different than the motion of the ball he throws? 4) Why does the ball move? 5) Why does the astronaut move? 6) When does the ball accelerate? In what direction does it accelerate? Why does it do so? 7) When does the astronaut accelerate? In what direction does it accelerate? Why does it do so?...
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