In this lab we studied and explored Newtons second law using capstones and
dynamics tracks. In this research we discuss the relationship between the hanging
mass and the acceleration is proportional to each other as seen in our data and
graphs. As the han
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Introduction:
Within this lab there will be two parts that show how to determine energy thats conserved within a
system. Through Part I, you will measure the velocity and position of a cart that is sitting on top of an
inclined track in its path as it goe
Introduction:
Throughout Part I, you will horizontally hang a meter stick and determine the static equilibrium. For Part
II, you need to balance a black PVC cylinder on an incline to determine the rotational balance of the
object. The hanging mass will ne
Introduction:
Within this experiment we are instructed to observe the impact that a constant torque places on
a symmetrical body. For Part I, you are instructed to ascertain the angular acceleration of a disk while
applying a constant torque on the disk.
Conclusion:
This lab served to teach us about Newtons Second Law (F=ma) through the applications of concepts
using Data Studio and Dynamics Track. We learned how to predict how an external force will impact the
velocity of an objects motion, how to measur
Conclusion: This lab helped us to hone our introductory skills using Data Studio and Excel, and also solidified our understanding of free fall motion. We used data
analysis tools of Data Studio Motion Sensor to observe the relationship between the positio
Free Fall
This experiment is designed to study the motion of an object with constant acceleration. In a free fall the
acceleration is known to be equal to 9.8 m/s2. The objective if this lab is to determine gravitational acceleration, g,
from your own mea
Static Quilibrium
Sameer Ahmadieh
11/18/2015
1. Introduction:
Prier to discussing about what is going in the lab, let us give our undivided attention to, what
is static equilibrium and why on earth does it exist? So, static equilibrium is an action when
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Conservation of Energy
Sameer Ahmadieh
10/21/2015
No lab partners
1. Introduction:
Before the lab is discussed, lets give everybody an idea for, what is the conservation of
energy? In the physics world, the conservation of energy is a primary concept alon
Introduction:
In this lab, you can use the tools of Data Studio and Dynamics Track to ascertain more knowledge and
application of Newtons Second Law. There will be two parts. For Part I, you will need to suspend weights
in the air to accelerate a cart awa