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Simple Harmonic MotoionFor any vibration to occur, a restoring force must be in existence. In this respect, a restoring force is identified in a pendulum. The restoring force is applied by the springs as long as Hooke’s law is observed. The restoring force, therefore, is

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Acceleration - Mass over a pulleyThe results of this lab experiment conformed to Newton’s second Laws of Motion which can expressed mathematically as F=ma.
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Simple staining and Gram stainingIt was done through gram staining and simple staining procedures. These two procedures branded us with the ability to comprehensively distinguish the distinct nature of bacteria based on the gram

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The Simple PendulumAfter changing the mass of the bob and repeat the same process (i.e. table 2), the comparison of “T” values of 81cm and 64 cm long simple pendulums reflect similar results as in table 1. This means that the 81cm long pendulum had a

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MOTION: GRAVITATIONAL ACCELERATIONIt is well known that every object on the earth’s surface experiences a downward force due to the earth’s gravitational field. Due to this force of gravity, all objects above the earth’s surface will

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Determining the density of an irregular solidChallenge to the determination of the density of an irregular solid is poised to its non-conformity to the any three-dimensional object that are used in the functional determination of the volume of natural and synthetic three dimensional objects. An irregular object falls outside the circular, ellipse, triangular, square, and rectangular or sphere basic units used in the mathematical computation of object.

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