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F net = ma \$\$ T m 1 g = \$\$ m 1 a F net = ma \$\$ T m 2 g = \$\$− m 2 a
(i) In what direction will each mass accelerate? up
(h) Use your answers from parts (e), (f), and (g) to find the magnitude of a , the acceleration of the system. (Use the following as necessary: m 1 , m 2 , and g .)
3/27/2019 Lab 3 - Newton's Second Law: PostLab (j) Suppose m 1 = 6 kg and m 2 = 10 kg. What is the tension in the string? T = 73.5 N 73.5 N (k) Suppose m 1 = 6 kg and m 2 = 10 kg. What is the value of the acceleration? a = 2.45 m/s^2 2.45 m/s^2 (l) Suppose that m 2 starts from rest at a height of 13 m. Use the kinematic equations to determine how long it takes for m 2 to hit the ground. 3.26 s 3.26 s Additional Materials Newton's Second Law Appendix 6. 10/10 points | Previous Answers A bullet is shot into a block of plastic. The bullet penetrates the block 0.65 m. The mass of the bullet is 8 g. It is traveling with a speed of 415 m/s before it hits the block. (a) Use kinematic equations to find the magnitude of the acceleration on the bullet as it is penetrating the block (ignore gravity, and assume that the force on the bullet as it penetrates the block is constant).
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(b) Use Newton's Second Law to find the magnitude of the force exerted on the bullet by the plastic block.