Experiment 8: Centripetal Acceleration12/5/2020Student Name:DATASection Number:51.86 gA. Variable Mass, Constant RadiusTable 8.1: Variable Mass0.2050.201860.04090.181860.03670.161860.0330.141860.02920.121860.02420.101860.02110.2004% Diff =2.269B. Variable Radius, Constant MassTable 8.2: Variable Radius0.20186r0.2050.04090.1760.03590.160.03180.1430.02950.1230.02460.0970.01940.2005% Diff =0.676mh=r(measured in m)=mr(kg)Slope of F vs ω2 (m*kg)r(calculated in m)=mr(measured in kg)=Slope of F vs ω2mr(calculated) =
Experiment 8: Centripetal AccelerationStudent Name:John Sharp, Claire Minor, Ryan Cramer, Omer MuhammadRSection Number:Instructions1)Follow all of the lab activity steps given in the Lab Procedure.2)3)
4)Attach additional sheets of paper that clearly (NEATLY) show all of your calculations performed during this experiment.Results1)Did your data display the expected relationship between the centripetal force and angularspeed of the rotation? What evidence do you have of this? What changed when you changed either the mass or radius? Write out your answer in a clear and well supported paragraph.