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Falling Objects and Air ResistanceThe magnitude of that force depends on the objects velocity, increasing with increasing velocity. The underlying law is derived empirically rather than based on theory. For most situations, simple approximations usually suffice; the simplest one of them is the

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Newton's Second LawSince, the acceleration is also correspondingly small in value compared to the true 9.8M/S2 gravitational pull (Wilson & Hernandez 87).
The acceleration value attained in this experiment is smaller than the true or

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Linear Motion In One DimensionAfter collection, the data was loaded to computers for purposes of analysis using DataStudio software.
Every object fall with a similar gravitational acceleration assuming there is no air resistance. An object thrown downward or upward and one released from rest falls

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SERVO MOTORIn AC induction motors, only stator coils are power while rotor has no supplied power. In DC motors, either the stator is made up of permanent magnet or electrically excited magnet. Simple motors are electrical machines that work

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Harmonic Motion-Elastic springConsequently, the study was in 5 runs with each run lasting about 10 oscillations. The analysis of the data involved the drawing of scatter plots

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Projectile MotionFrom the results obtained from the data sheet the muzzle velocity is supposed to represent the initial velocity of the yellow plastic projectile. It is evident that the range depends on the initial velocity i.e. The higher the initial

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North Circumpolar Motion of StarsThis was with keenness to avoid poor observation as indicated by Figure 2.
After setting up the entire experiment and choosing

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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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Rotational MotionFor symmetric objects the moment of inertia I am given by, where β = dimensionless fraction that lies between 0 and 1. For a rectangular block of dimensions, a × b × c has a moment of inertia for a rotation about an axis normal to a × b face and passing through the center of the object. The moment of inertia is affected by the distribution of mass.

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Computational Exercise 3 : Cyclotron motionTry changing the charge strength, particle mass, and field strength one at a time. Do these results agree with the equation you derived for the radius? Try it out and discuss what happened.

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