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Lab Report 5 - EXPERIMENT M9 SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION V1 We...

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EXPERIMENT M9 SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION V1 We first measured the weights of the holder and the spring individually. = 50 g = 150 g V2 L = 42.7 cm # 1 20 40.1 2.6 20 2 40 37.6 5.1 40 3 60 34.9 7.8 60 4 80 32.4 10.3 80 5 100 29.8 12.9 100 6 150 23.3 19.4 150 7 200 17 25.7 200 8 250 10.4 32.3 250 9 300 3.9 38.8 300 VI 2 From the data obtained, I plotted a graph mass hung vs extension of the string m h m s We then hung different masses from the holder, and measured distance from the  ground to the holder for each mass. m ( g ) l ( cm ) S = (L - l)    ( cm ) 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 f(x) = 7.74x + 0.14 Experiment to find spring constant Column H Linear Regres- sion for Column H Length s (cm) Mass (g)
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Slope = 7.74 (from graph) Spring constant (k) = slope * g = 7583.24 dyne/cm V3 C` N 50 100 136 136 136 136.00 67.50 0.89 0.79 100 150 118 118 119 118.33 58.67 1.02 1.05 150 200 106 106 106 106.00 52.50 1.14 1.31 200 250 96 96 97 96.33 47.67 1.26 1.58 250 300 89 90 89 89.33 44.17 1.36 1.85 VI 3, VI 4 From the data obtained, I plotted the graph time squared vs. total mass hung.
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