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PHYS 102 January 2020 Online, section Wicker (0005), Spring 2020

Module 2 – Experiment – Newton’s
Second Law (Lab)

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Katharine Wicker
Embry Riddle Aeronautical

University, FL

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Newton’s Second Law, Step 2

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Complete Table 1. Record all data to three decimal places (e.g., 4.000 or 6.325 or 0.000). Do not
include units in your answer.
Table 1

Cart Mass (M) Mass (m) Distance (s) Time (t)

(M = 100 g, m = 1.0 g)

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Newton’s Second Law, Step 3

(g) (g) (m) (s)

100 1.0 0.000 0.000

100 1.0 0.100

100 1.0 0.200

100 1.0 0.300

100 1.0 0.400

100 1.0 0.500

100 1.0 0.600

100 1.0 0.700

100 1.0 0.800

100 1.0 0.900

100 1.0 1.000

If the data points of distance and time were connected smoothly on a graph, the curve would be a
—Select— .

The line or curve formed is —Select— because the object is —Select— .

Complete Table 2. Record all data to three decimal places (e.g., 4.000 or 6.325 or 0.000). Do not
include units in your answer.
Table 2

Cart Mass (M)
(g)

Mass (m)
(g)

Distance (s)
(m)

Time (t)
(s)

250 1.0 0.000 0.000

250 1.0 0.100

250 1.0 0.200

250 1.0 0.300

250 1.0 0.400

250 1.0 0.500

250 1.0 0.600

250 1.0 0.700

250 1.0 0.800

(M = 250 g, m = 1.0 g)

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Newton’s Second Law, Step 4

Newton’s Second Law, Step 5

250 1.0 0.900

250 1.0 1.000

If the data points of distance and time were connected smoothly on a graph, the curve would be a
—Select— .
The line or curve formed is —Select— because the object is —Select— .

Complete Table 3. Record all data to three decimal places (e.g., 4.000 or 6.325 or 0.000). Do not
include units in your answer.
Table 3

Cart Mass (M)
(g)
Mass (m)
(g)
Distance (s)
(m)
Time (t)
(s)

100 4.0 0.000 0.000

100 4.0 0.100

100 4.0 0.200

100 4.0 0.300

100 4.0 0.400

100 4.0 0.500

100 4.0 0.600

100 4.0 0.700

100 4.0 0.800

100 4.0 0.900

100 4.0 1.000

If the data points of distance and time were connected smoothly on a graph, the curve would be a
—Select— .
The line or curve formed is —Select— because the object is —Select— .

(M = 100 g, m = 4.0 g)

If you increase the mass of the cart, while leaving the hanging mass unchanged, the
acceleration of the system will —Select— .

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Newton’s Second Law, Step 6

Show My Work (Optional)

Please include units in your answer.

• Use the correct unit abbreviation.

• Include a space between the value and the unit.

• To express exponents in your units, use a ^. For example, m/s2 would
be m/s^2.

What is the magnitude of the acceleration of a modified Atwood machine if the mass of the cart is 9 kg

and the hanging mass is 3 kg? (Use Express your answer to one decimal point.)

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If you increase the mass of the hanging weight, while leaving the mass of the cart
unchanged, the acceleration of the system will —Select— .

Was there any change in the acceleration value or the time to fall any particular distance when
changing the hanging mass? —Select—

What does this say about the acceleration of gravity on a free falling body?
—Select—

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g = 9.8 m/s2.

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