COMPILATION: unit 5 - Newtons 2nd Law lab variations
Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2001
From: John Barrere <forcejb@YAHOO.COM>
Subject: modified Atwood extension
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Experiment #5:
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Newton's Second Law
About the Experiment
A. Background
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ewton's second law relates the acceleration of an object to the force that produces it. This
experiment uses the gravitational force on a falling mass to prop
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Lab #2: Newtons Second Law
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