Best Balloon Car Design
In creating our balloon car, we used many physics principals to change the designs until we had a well performing car. The different principals helped us to change certain aspects of our car so that every part worked well together. The principal that with every action there is an equal and opposite reaction is what we used for the thrust of our car. We based our wheels on what ones caused the least friction. We used the fact that vertical…...
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Egg Drop Research Paper
egg drop BY alan725 Egg Drop Project There were five forces that where acting on my container there where gravity, inertia, air resistance, shock, and impact. The contraption is trying to lessen the gravity for it would be so light weight that it will glide on the wind and not hit the floor so hard. And it is trying to alter the air resistance force so like I said to try to glide on the wind. Some of the feature…...
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Impulse And Momentum Lab
Background: Momentum is a measure of inertia and can be defined by “mass in motion” ( Stan brought ,) anything with mass that is moving has momentum. Mo momentum can be calculated with p=mass x velocity, there fore momentum is dependent on both mass and velocity. Momentum is similar to energy in that both are always conserved, but energy ha s multiple forms and has to be in the right situation to be conserved. M momentum transferred is the integral…...
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Atwood Machine Lab
Atwood’s Machine Abstract: Ideally, Atwood’s Machine consists of two masses, connected by a massless inelastic string threaded over a frictionless pulley. In this experiment, the dependence of the acceleration on the two masses was investigated. Introduction Atwood’s Machine is represented schematically to the left. Upon inspection, Newton’s Second Law for the system can be derived: For m1: (1) For m2: (2) Solving the (1) for N, followed by substitution into (2), yields the following equation: Rearranging terms and solving for…...
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A. Identification. Identify the law/concept that explains each of the given phenomena. Write only the letter of the correct answer on the space provided. A - Law of Inertia B - Law of Acceleration C - Law of Interaction 1. Recoil off gun when fired 2. Two men find a car harder to push than a tricycle 3. A body moves backward when a motorcycle starts to move forward. Cigarette vendor moves forward after Jumping off from a Jeep. 5.Two…...
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1. Consider the Black Death. What were its causes and why did it spread so quickly throughout Western Europe? Where was it most virulent? What were the results of the Black Death and how important do you think disease is in changing the course of history? The Black Death is considered to be “the most devastating natural disaster in European history, ravaging Europe and causing economic, social, political, and cultural upheaval.” It would demonstrate the havoc that disease can cause…...
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