24) 2 * (3/.5) = 12m/s2
25) Fgrav = m g = (0.500 kg)(9.8 m/s/s) = 4.90 N.
The Fnet is the vector sum of all the forces: 2.45 N, right plus 0.62 N, left = 1.83 N, right.
a = Fnet / m = (1.83. N) / (0.500 kg) = 3.66 m/s/s
26) Ffrict=-3.92 N
Fnorm= 39.2 N
Fg
Number of Pennies Mass (g)
1
2.5
2
5.01
3
7.5
4
9.99
The Mass (g) of Varying number of
12
10
slope
slope uncer
2.496
0.003
0.01 y
0.01 x
f(x) = 2.4993333333x
R = 0.9999990039
8
Mass (g)
6
4
2
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
Number of Pennies
Varying number of Pennies
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Force Table and Vector Addition of Forces
Shadyn Swope
Kayla Grasso and Connor Witman
Morgan Whited
Performed: 9/27/16
Due: 10/4/16
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ABSTRACT
In this experiment, there was two parts. Part 1 involved two applied forces and part 2 involved 3
ap
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Momentum in Collisions/Impulse and Change in Momentum
Shadyn Swope
Kayla Grasso and Connor Witman
Professor Morgan Whited
Perfromed: 11/01/16
Due: 11/08/16
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Introduction
The purpose of this experiment was to determine and compare the momentum
Force & Motion:
Newton's First and Second Law
Investigate the relationship between force, mass, and
acceleration.
Theory
Newton's 2nd states that acceleration is directly proportional to the force applied and inversely
proportional to the object's mass. B
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Graphing with Excel
Shadyn Swope
Kayla Grasso, Lucy Wagner, Connor Witman
Professor Morgan Whited
Performed 9/6/16
Due 9/13/16
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Introduction
The idea of this lab were to become familiar with the program, Microsoft Excel. The purpose
behind th
Measurement and Density
Shadyn Swope
Kayla Grasso, Connor Witman, Lucy Wagner
Morgan Whited
Performed: August 30, 2016
Due: September 6, 2016
Introduction Lab 1
In this lab, we did measurement and density calculations. For the measurement portion of this
Prelab Assignment
Shadyn Swope
Lab 1
1. A) 4
B) 3
C) 2
D) 5
2. A) 46.3
B) 1.3
C) 42.2
3. The accuracy of a measurement is the closeness to the actual measurement. Abe has the most
accurate measurements because he came the closest to the actual measurement
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Experimental Uncertainty and Errors
Shadyn Swope
Professor Morgan Whited
Performed: August 23, 2016
Due: August 30, 2016
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INTRODUCTION
In this lab we studied uncertainty and errors in the lab. Error in the lab could be made by a
number of dif
Shadyn Swope
Pre-Lab Assignment
1. Scalars are physical quantities that can be completed specified by their magnitude.
2. A vector quantity is one that has both magnitude and direction.
3. Classify each of the following physical quantities as a vector or
Shadyn Swope
Pre-lab 7A
1. A
2. D
3. Static friction is a force that keeps a stationary object at rest. Kinetic friction is the force that
slows a moving object down. Static friction is almost always the greater out of the two.
4. A) N=mg
N= .220(25.0)(9.
Florida State University
Department of Physics
PHY 5246
Assignment # 6 (Due Friday, 20th November, 2009)
(1) (15 points) Fetter and Walecka 4.9. If you show that the secular equation has three
degenerate modes at 2 = 0 using Mathematica, Maple, or similar
& Coordinate of Center mass : ( x, y ) Velocity of CM ( x, y ) & Acceleration ( &, &) xy Lagrangian (Rotation w.r.t. CM frame) : L= 1 1 1& & & Mx 2 + My 2 + I 2 Mgy 2 2 2
L 2
L x 2 cos = 0 with constraints : L y sin = 0 2
I=
2 x dx = L 2
x 3
3
L 2 L 2
=
Florida State University
Department of Physics
PHY 5246
Assignment # 5 (Due Wednesday, 4th November, 2009)
(1) (10 points) (a) A block sits on a frictionless plane inclined at an angle with the
horizontal. The block is free to slide down the plane. Using
Florida State University
Department of Physics
PHY 5246
Assignment # 4 (Due Friday, 23rd October, 2009)
(1) (10 points) If L is a Lagrangian for a system of n degrees of freedom satisfying Lagranges
equations, show by direct substitution that
L = L +
dF (
Florida State University
Department of Physics
PHY 5246
Assignment #3 (Due Monday, October 5th, 2009.)
(1) (10 points) A particle of unit mass is released from rest at a point of latitude , and falls
under gravity in a medium which produces a retardation
Florida State University
Department of Physics
PHY 5246
Assignment # 2 (Due Friday, September 18th, 2009)
(1) (10 points) Fetter and Walecka 1.12
(2) (10 points) Fetter and Walecka 1.14
(3) (10 points) Fetter and Walecka 1.15. Note that parts (c) and (d)
Florida State University
Department of Physics
PHY 5246
Assignment # 1 (Due Wednesday, September 9th, 2009)
(1) (10 points) A massless string is placed over a masssless pulley, and each end is wound
around and fastened to a vertical hoop. The hoops have m
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