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a, Calculate
. rod of uniform linear charge density +9» is bent into a 120° arc of
adius R. The are is placed with its center at the origin of the axes
shown. Set up and evaluate anintegral to determine an expression for
the magnitge of the Wat the center 0 of the arc
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l. A block of mass m is attached to a spring with constant k and is free to oscillate without friction
along a horizontal surface between X = -A and X = +A as shown in the gure below. The spring obeys
Impulse-Momentum Theorem
Purpose of lab: To test the Impulse-Momentum Theorem which states that an impulse delivered
to a particle changes the particles momentum.
J= Favg t
P = mVf-mVi
P = J
Impulse is equal to the momentum after an interaction minus the
Moment of Inertia Lab
Introduction-description of experimental procedure and derivation of equation that
calculates (I) from hanging mass and measured acceleration
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab was to calculate the moment of intertia for the platter, t
Lab Report: Static Friction
Purpose: Our objective was to figure out the static coefficient of friction between a wooden box
[C] and a wooden board. From the book we know that static coefficient of friction of wood on
wood is 0.50.
Procedures:
First, we s