Drag Force Lab
Jack Sard
Jss3896
Lab partner: Jackson Tiller
Introduction:
The focus of this lab is on analyzing the drag force on a cart on a track with different sized sails
attached to the cart. In the lab we used DataStudio to analyze the motion of th
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4. 4 + 10 k
Explanation:
= 0 and = k , so
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While John is traveling along a straight int
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Initially (at time t = 0) a particle is moving vertically
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exerted by the sphere and spherical shell on
a particle of mass 2 kg loc
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The suspended m1 mass on the right is
moving up, the m2 ma
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The horizontal surface on which the objects
slide is friction
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correct
2a.
2. The force goes to zero as r .
3. The force is zero at the two values of r
that satisfy a r 2 b r + c = 0 .
1. The force is zero only at r =
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In a certain region of space, a force
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A uniform rod of mass 4.2 kg is 5 m long. The
rod is pivoted
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Explanation:
All forces acting on the platform must be
represented. No f
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(2700 kg)(2.8 m/s)2
2(1150 N 925 N)
= 47.04 m
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A 2.7 103 kg ca
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You do a certain amount of work on an
object initially at
Conlcusion
Summary
This lab used the concept of random motion to learn about using the Guassian
probability distribution as a way to help find where a marble will end up when dropped
down an inclined board of nails. By using our data to calculate a Guassi
Mechanical Oscillator Lab
Jack Sard
Jss3896
Lab partner: Jackson Tiller
Introduction:
The focus of this lab is on analyzing the oscillation of a puck connected to two springs on an air
track. In the lab we used a stopwatch in order to find the frequency o
Conlcusion
Summary
This lab used the concept of random motion to learn about using the Guassian
probability distribution as a way to help find where a marble will end up when dropped
down an inclined board of nails. By using our data to calculate a Guassi
Conservation of Energy Lab
Jack Sard
Jss3896
Conclusion
Summary:
In this lab we calculated the momentum and kinetic energy with the use of an air track and a
glider with different materials on the end for each collision. After the trials we calculated the
Motion Under a Central Force Lab
Jack Sard
Jss3896
Introduction
In this lab we will use the positions of a puck spinning around a fixed point
to determine what it implies about its angular momentum. The results of the lab
should prove that there is a cons
Conclusion
Summary
The purpose of this lab was to find the acceleration of a glider moving down
an incline without any friction. This was done by measuring the time for a glider to
travel five different distances. We then graphed the velocity vs. time for
Standing Wave Lab
Jack Sard
Jss3896
Lab partner: Jackson Tiller
Introduction:
The focus of this lab is on analyzing the oscillation of a standing wave on a string. In the lab we
used DataStudio, along with a microphone and a sonometer to find the fundamen
Force and Potential Energy Lab
Jack Sard
Jss3896
Conclusion
Summary:
In this lab we calculated magnetic potential through the use of an air track and a glider-pulley
system. We then compared this value to a predicted potential using the equation F=-dU/dx.
Introduction:
In this experiment, we explored the conservation of energy and of momentum. We want to prove that
energy is conserved during the collision of two gliders when there is no energy being released to the
surroundings. In this report, I will expl
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A fluid flows in a horizontal pipe as shown.
At P1 the pressur