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You will need to use kinematics!
You may use the uncertainty equation "v "R 1 "h
R 2h Determine the energy of the mass at the top of the
track (just before it is released).
You may use your results from Question 2. !
QUESTION 5: Determine the energy of the mass as it emerges
from the bottom of the track. Physics 1050
Experiment 4 Part IV: Projectile Motion
QUESTION 6: Using these results, determine the work due
to friction. QUESTION 7: Given that the track has a length of 0.438 m,
determine the average frictional force between the
track and the mass. Physics 1050
Experiment 4 Part V: Summary
QUESTION 8(a): Assuming friction to be negligible, determine the
theoretical velocity with which the mass would emerge
from the bottom of the track. Include uncertainty...
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