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6:46 LTE Assignment Details 21/FA-PHY-1025L-57062 Fndmntl Physcs Lab and the acceleration, we can calculate the force from the fan using Newton’s Second Law of Motion (F=ma). We will be using three different masses (cart alone, cart with one added mass, cart with two added masses) for each fan speed and measuring the accelerations by reading the slope of the velocity-time graph. We will then multiply each mass by the resulting acceleration to get the force of the fan. For each fan speed, your product of mass x acceleration should be very close for the three different masses (i.e. larger mass -> smaller acceleration). Watch the videos below to familiarize yourself with the apparatus and then record the masses and the accelerations from the videos. Then, calculate F=ma for each trial, fill in the datasheet and write a short paragraph describing your results in terms of Newton’s Second Law. Finally, turn in your work as a file upload. 1025L2ndLawFanCarts Datasheet.docx https://youtu.be/8j5YEOTV101 https://youtu.be/1R680P2WulA https://youtu.be/93z0zz0HZnQ Submit Assignment < Pr…us … 1 Dashboard Calendar To Do Notifications Inbox 6:46 LTE Assignment Details 21/FA-PHY-1025L-57062 Fndmntl Physcs Lab Description In this experiment, we use a cart with a fan that has three speeds. At each speed, the fan provides a constant force. If we know the mass of the cart and the acceleration, we can calculate the force from the fan using Newton’s Second Law of Motion (F=ma). We will be using three different masses (cart alone, cart with one added mass, cart with two added masses) for each fan speed and measuring the accelerations by reading the slope of the velocity-time graph. We will then multiply each mass by the resulting acceleration to get the force of the fan. For each fan speed, your product of mass x acceleration should be very close for the three different masses (i.e. larger mass -> smaller acceleration). Watch the videos below to familiarize yourself with the apparatus and then record the masses and the accelerations from the videos. Then, calculate F=ma for each trial, fill in the datasheet and write a short paragraph describing your results in terms of Newton’s Second Law. Finally, turn in your work as a file upload. 1025L2ndLawFanCarts Datasheet.docx https://youtu.be/8j5YEOTV101 httne unha ULA Submit Assignment < Pr…us … 1 Dashboard Calendar To Do Notifications Inbox

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