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(d) A normal force.(e) The gravitational force (FG) is the only force.Explain the reason for your choice.5.Centripetal force is simply a special name that we give to the net force that producesa centripetal acceleration.In each case listed below, identify the force, forcecomponent, or combination of forces that provides the centripetal force.Draw aforce diagram for each case and discuss it.a.A child on a swing travels in a circular arc.Analyze the situation at the bottomof the swing.b.A car travels around a circular, flat, horizontal curve.c.A person stands on the equator of the earth, traveling in an earth-sized circle asthe earth rotates.d. A car travels in a circular curve that is banked inward.e.A ball rolls inside a circular hoop that is placed on a horizontal table.f.A car drives over the top of a circular hill.g.A tennis ball rolls without slipping over the top of a basketballsunFG108
Physics Lab Report RubricName:ID#:Course, Lab Sequence, and Problem Number:Date Performed:Lab Partners’ Names:PossibleEarnedWarm-Up QuestionsPossibleEarnedLaboratory NotebookEarns No PointsEarns Full PointsPossibleEarnedArgumentno clear argumentlogic does not flowgaps in contentleaves reader with questionscomplete, cogent, flowing argumentcontext, execution, analysis, conclu-sion all presentleaves reader satisfiedTechnical Stylevocabulary, syntax, etc.inappropri-ate for scientific writingnecessary nonverbal media absent orpoorly constructedsubjective, fanciful, or appealing toemotionsjarringly inconsistentlanguage is appropriatenonverbal media present where ap-propriate, well constructed, well in-corporatedobjective, indicative, logical styleconsistent styledivision into sections is helpfulUse of Physicspredictions with no or with unphysi-cal justificationexperiment physically unjustifiedexperiment tests wrong phenomenontheory absent from consideration ofpremise, predictions, and resultspredictions are justified with physicaltheoryexperiment is physically sound andactually tests phenomenon in ques-tionresultsinterpretedwiththeorytoclear, appropriate conclusionQuantitativenessstatements are vague or arbitraryanalysis is inappropriately qualitativeerror analysis not used to evaluateprediction or find resultnumbers, equations, units, uncertain-ties missing or inappropriateconsistently quantitativeequations, numbers with units, uncer-tainties throughoutprediction confirmed or denied, resultfound by error analysisresults, conclusions based on dataTotal109
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LABORATORY VSPRING FORCESMost of the laboratory problems so far have involved constant force being independent of bothtime and position. In this laboratory, you will explore force that is dependent on its position.

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