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Friction. Lab reportObjective: To be able to determine the limiting angle of repose and find out the effects of mass and contact surface area of block on frictional force and coefficient of friction

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Hooke's Law LabNaturally, Rubber band fits for this study since it is an elastic object which can stretch and compress upon the effect of a force. This experiment proves whether the characteristics of rubber band make it

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Determining acceleration due to gravity using a simple pendelum However, this force exhibits significant variations based on any given body’s location on earth’s surface besides influenced by both altitude and latitude (Hu?ttl 19). Premise asserting effects due to altitude states g changes inversely relative to the distance from the world’s center; hence, its values are 9.78m/s2 at equator and 9.83m/s2 at poles (Hu?

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The Triangle of forces (Engineering Science)In above diagram (figure 1), actually, the converse of the triangle of forces theorem is investigated, that is “ if three forces P, Q, and R meeting at a point are known to be in equilibrium, then their magnitude and directions can be represented by the sides of a triangle

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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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Electromagnetic: Force on Conductors in Magnetic FieldsMagnetic force acting on a current can be established by adding the magnetic force acting on each charge that contributes to the current. When an electric wire is exposed to a magnet, the current being carried in the wire will be affected by a magnetic field. The consequence often comes in form a force.

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Lab Discussion4. According to Newton’s first law, since the body keeps changing direction, there must be a force acting on it. An object moving around a circular path at a constant velocity experiences an acceleration

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FrictionOn the other hand, it produces wear and tear in the engine parts when they slide over one another. In order to estimate the friction proper mathematical systems are utilized to evaluate the

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Source of error(Browne 58).Generally as the force acting on an object is elevated, the speed of the object increases, and as the mass is elevated, the speed of the object is decreased. Formally, the law argues that the acceleration of an object as a result of net force is absolutely

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Atomic force microscopyThe tip is a few microns in length and of small diameter, about 100A in diameter. This tip is attached to the free end of a

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