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answer to Question 3? Explain. Physics 1020 Laboratory #5 Momentum and Impulse Part IV: Impulse - Momentum not
A single cart system. Physics 1020 Laboratory #5 Momentum and Impulse The System
You will be using the same data from the experiment you have already
carried out except you will consider a different system. This time you will
use one cart, Cart 1, as your system as illustrated in the diagram.
system=cart 1 v1i
initial position system=cart 1 vf
final position QUESTION 9: Will there be an external force on this system (as
illustrated in the diagram) at any point between the initial position (the
cart has already been set in motion) and the final position? If so, where
will it come from? (Assume friction is negligible.) Physics 1020 Laboratory #5 Momentum and Impulse Considering Impulse QUESTION 10: Using the momentum of this system (Cart 1) before and
after the collision, is momentum conserved for this system within
experimental uncertainty? QUESTION 11: Calculate the impulse of this system. (Calculate the
experimental uncertainty and write the impulse in the form J J.) Is it
equal to zero within experimental uncertainty? QUESTION 12: Assuming the collision happens over a time interval
roughly equal to 0.1s, calculate the average force applied during the collision. (The experimental uncertainty is not required here.) QUESTION 13: Are the answers to Question 10 and Question 11
consistent with the answer from Question 9? Briefly explain. Physics 1020 Laboratory #5 Momentum and Impulse Part V:
Summary and Conclusion
Concepts of impulse and momentum collide. Physics 1020 Laboratory #5 Momentum and Impulse Summary QUESTION 14: Give at least one source of random uncertainty. QUESTION 15: Give at least one source of systematic uncertainty. QUESTION 16: Briefly summarize the connection you observed in this
experiment between external force and impulse and between external
force and conservation of momentum? Close all applications and log out. Put away all lab equipment and return your chairs/lab stools. Submit your laboratory workbook with the graph attached....
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