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4 L A B O R A T O R Y 4 Uniformly Accelerated Motion LABORATORY REPORT Data Table Trial 1 Trial 2 Trial 3 Trial 4 Trial 5 t1 (s) t2 (s) t3 (s) t4 (s) t5 (s) h (m) d (m) COPYRIGHT ª 2008 Thomson Brooks/Cole x (m) Calculations Tables h¼ m sn–1 = m ah = m d¼ m sn–1 = m ad = m sin y ¼ h=d ¼ 49 50 Physics Laboratory Manual n Loyd x (m) t (s) sn–1 (s) at (s) 2 t (s2) a= Slope = m/s2 gexp = m/s2 %Err = r= SAMPLE CALCULATIONS 1.
The displacement is linear with time squared. g sin d g g cos h Figure 4-2 Components of g, the acceleration due to gravity on an air track. Substituting Equation 1 for v in Equation 3 gives x¼ at2 2 ðEq: 4Þ Equation 4 states that if an object is released from rest, its displacement is directly proportional to the square of the elapsed time. Figure 4-1 shows graphs of both x versus t and x versus t2 for uniformly accelerated motion. A cart shown in Figure 4-2 is placed on an air track that is raised at one end to form an inclined plane with an angle of inclination of y.
Date . . . . . . . . Lab Partners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 08 x-component y-component Resultant FR1 PART 1. 08 Resultant FR2 x-component y-component Laboratory 3 n Force Table and Vector Addition of Forces 41 PART 2. ERROR CALCULATIONS Percent Error magnitude Experimental compared to Analytical = __________% Percent Error magnitude Graphical compared to Analytical = __________% Absolute Error in angle Experimental compared to Analytical = __________degrees Absolute Error in angle Graphical compared to Analytical = __________degrees SAMPLE CALCULATIONS 1.