Question 6 does your value of the total mass from the

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Unformatted text preview: maximum) for the mass obtained from your graph and from the balance. Do these ranges overlap? QUESTION 7: Compare the value of the frictional force to the smallest falling weight. Is this expected? Type your names in the lower left corner and select File, Print Screen. Physics 1020 Laboratory #4 Force and Acceleration Part V: Summary and Conclusion What did you actually learn about Newton’s Second Law? Physics 1020 Laboratory #4 Force and Acceleration Summary and Conclusion In summary, consider the main objective of the lab… QUESTION 8: List one possible source of systematic uncertainty in this lab. QUESTION 9: List one possible source of random uncertainty in this lab. QUESTION 10: The equation W B (m A mB )a f was derived from Newton’s Second Law. In this lab you should have obtained a value for the total mass which was in reasonable agreement to the actual total mass. What does this result tell you about Newton’s Second law? Disassemble lab setup. (You will lose marks otherwise!) Close all applications and log out. Submit your laboratory workbook with your graph attached....
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