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Lab #3: VectorsData table #1: Forces in 1-DTotal massAngleForce(weight)x-compy-comp⃗F1150 g0º1.47 N1.470⃗F2150 g180º1.47 N-1.470Sum ofcomponents:00Resultant:Natfrom +x-axis0 N at No angleObservations on Step 5:The weights are pulling each other at the same force and cancelseach other out. The middle washer does not move from the middle.Data table #2: Equal Forces in 2-DTotal massAngleForce(weight)x-compy-comp⃗F1150 g0º1.47 N1.470⃗F2150 g120º1.47 N-0.7351.27⃗F3predicted150 g240º1.47 N-0.735-1.27⃗F3measured150 g238º1.47 N-0.779-1.25% Error in Angle:0.833%Data table #3: Unequal Forces in 2-D
Total massAngleForce(weight)x-compy-comp⃗F1150 g0º1.47 N1.470⃗F2250 g105º2.45 N-0.6342.37⃗F3predicted255 g250.45º2.50 N-0.837-2.37⃗F3measured254 g253.5º2.49 N-0.707-2.39% Error in Angle:1.40%Data table #4: Change of coordinatesTotal massAngleForce(weight)x-compy-comp⃗F1150 g45º1.47 N1.041.04⃗F2250 g150º2.45 N-2.121.23⃗F3predicted256 g296º2.51 N1.08-2.26⃗F3measured252 g298 º2.47 N1.16-2.18% Error in Angle:0.676%
REFLECTIONEqual Forces in 1-D1. Were the two forces involved in balancing the washer in the center of the table truly equal? Ifyou had to use a “correction mass,” offer an explanation of why “unbalanced” forces resulted ina net force of zero.