” To determine our weight, we simply step on the scale and we take the.

”

To determine our weight, we simply step on the scale and we take the reading on the scale as our weight, worst yet as our mass. In this lab you will tackle the difference between mass, weight, and Normal Force.

Purpose:

To determine the graphical and mathematical relationship between mass, gravitational acceleration near the earth’s surface and the weight of an object. Then, use this results to answer the following question:

What force does the scale read?

Materials:

Computer with Logger Pro

Lab Pro

Force Sensor

Set of Masses

Force Plate

Ring Stand

Ring Holder

Answer the questions:
In your own words explain the difference between weight and mass.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Imagine that you are standing on a bathroom scale in an elevator, would the reading on the scale change as the elevator moves? Explain your reasoning.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Procedure:

Weight vs. Mass

Attach a clamp to the ring stand and to the clamp a rod to hang a force sensor so that he hook hangs vertically down;

Attach the force sensor to rod and connected it to CH1 in the Lab Pro;

Connect the Lab Pro to the computer, make sure that the Lab Pro is on;

Open Logger Pro and proceed to zero the sensor. The force sensor should read zero when no mass is connected to it; Attn: Make sure to zero the force sensor before using it.

Select six different masses, not to exceed 1 kg;

Reduce Data collection time to 3 s, just Click on and set duration to 3 s and click done;

Hang a mass from the sensor, click collect;

Record the corresponding force in Table One by clicking the statistics and recording the value for mean;

Repeat the two previous steps for five more masses;

Elevator Ride:

Disconnect the Force sensor and connect a force plate, change Data Collection time to 100 s

Take the elevator for a ride to the 3rd floor and them back.

Once in the elevator have a team member stand on the Force plate;

Click collect, THEN press the bottom to the 3rd Floor;

Upon arrival to the 3rd Floor, press the bottom to the 1st Floor without stepping off the scale;

Data: Table One Data Table 1.

M[Kg]

F[N]

0.155

1.45

0.268

2.68

0.374

3.72

0.473

4.59

0.572

5.63

0.681

6.76

Insert the force-time graph obtained with Logger Pro and the force plate. Part 2

Data part II.

Trials

Motion

Normal force[N]

Mass

Acceleration mag.

Real mass or apparent mass

1

rest

797

2

up

804

3

down

738

Analysis:

In Part 1.

Graph your results of Force vs. Mass;

Obtain the mathematical regression;

Explain the meaning of the slope and the y-intercept for your graph Force VS -mass .

Write the equation relating the Force with the mass;

Compare your calculated value of the gravitational acceleration with the real value of 9.80m/s2

Calculate the percent error for g.

In Part 2:

Draw a free body diagram for all cases.

Explain why the reading on the force plate changes while you are riding the elevator.

Determine the magnitude of acceleration. Show all formulas and calculations

Can the scale read zero while you are standing on it? Explain.

Are astronauts in the International Space Station weightless?

Definitions: Mass, Forces, Weight, Force of Gravity, and Normal Force

Equations for Force of Gravity and Weight.

Show your formulas, calculations when needed.

Write the goal and conclusions of the lab.

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## Secondly, you can download the images “LabManual1-8” and read them for the lab report.

Secondly, you can download the images “LabManual1-8” and read them for the lab report.

I

also provide a 14 minutes YouTube video that my teacher goes full-on

depth on how the assignment should be. Please make sure you watch this

one specifically.

Additionally, this 1 video below will do the actual lab live on the video and explain how it’s done.

I

need the report to follow the “task” image, video of the lecture, and

the instructions I give below. (they are mostly the same thing)

1) the First page just cover

2)

The second page will be the introduction, All you have to do for this

page is to put the INTRO on the lab manual in your own words. DO NOT

COPY AND PASTE

3) the Third page will be similar to the second

page however you have to put the procedure section in the lab manual in

your own words. DO NOT COPY AND PASTE

4) please follow the “task” image, the part about Data/Analysis, and or the youtube video

5) please follow the “task” image, the part about Conclusion, and or the youtube video

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## Read Sections 13 through 17 (up through “How the Sphere, Having in Vain Tried Words,

Essay Help “>Essay Help you-will-need-to-complete-of-the-following-questions-and-show-all-work-2/”>Physics Assignment Help Read Sections 13 through 17 (up through “How the Sphere, Having in Vain Tried Words, Resorted to Deeds”) and discuss on the Discussion Bulletin Board.

For our third discussion, please read sections 13 – 17 of Flatland and discuss your views on the Discussion board as usual under “Flatland Discussion #3”. Try to imagine what we as 3-dimensional creatures might see if we could suddenly see/experience four spacial dimensions (not counting “time” as a dimension). Could we see inside our bodies? What would a “building” be like in four dimensions? How would we move differently? How might our communications systems differ? (I don’t know any of these answers – just trying to get you to think about these things in preparation for the String Theory discussions at the end of the semester.) Once you have contributed to the discussion, please type “completed this assignment” and hit “submit” within this assignment so that I can give you credit

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## ”

To determine our weight, we simply step on the scale and we take the

”

To determine our weight, we simply step on the scale and we take the reading on the scale as our weight, worst yet as our mass. In this lab you will tackle the difference between mass, weight, and Normal Force.

Purpose:

To determine the graphical and mathematical relationship between mass, gravitational acceleration near the earth’s surface and the weight of an object. Then, use this results to answer the following question:

What force does the scale read?

Materials:

Computer with Logger Pro

Lab Pro

Force Sensor

Set of Masses

Force Plate

Ring Stand

Ring Holder

Answer the questions:

In your own words explain the difference between weight and mass.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Imagine that you are standing on a bathroom scale in an elevator, would the reading on the scale change as the elevator moves? Explain your reasoning.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Procedure:

Weight vs. Mass

Attach a clamp to the ring stand and to the clamp a rod to hang a force sensor so that he hook hangs vertically down;

Attach the force sensor to rod and connected it to CH1 in the Lab Pro;

Connect the Lab Pro to the computer, make sure that the Lab Pro is on;

Open Logger Pro and proceed to zero the sensor. The force sensor should read zero when no mass is connected to it; Attn: Make sure to zero the force sensor before using it.

Select six different masses, not to exceed 1 kg;

Reduce Data collection time to 3 s, just Click on and set duration to 3 s and click done;

Hang a mass from the sensor, click collect;

Record the corresponding force in Table One by clicking the statistics and recording the value for mean;

Repeat the two previous steps for five more masses;

Elevator Ride:

Disconnect the Force sensor and connect a force plate, change Data Collection time to 100 s

Take the elevator for a ride to the 3rd floor and them back.

Once in the elevator have a team member stand on the Force plate;

Click collect, THEN press the bottom to the 3rd Floor;

Upon arrival to the 3rd Floor, press the bottom to the 1st Floor without stepping off the scale;

Data: Table One Data Table 1.

M[Kg]

F[N]

0.155

1.45

0.268

2.68

0.374

3.72

0.473

4.59

0.572

5.63

0.681

6.76

Insert the force-time graph obtained with Logger Pro and the force plate. Part 2

Data part II.

Trials

Motion

Normal force[N]

Mass

Acceleration mag.

Real mass or apparent mass

1

rest

797

2

up

804

3

down

738

Analysis:

In Part 1.

Graph your results of Force vs. Mass;

Obtain the mathematical regression;

Explain the meaning of the slope and the y-intercept for your graph Force VS -mass .

Write the equation relating the Force with the mass;

Compare your calculated value of the gravitational acceleration with the real value of 9.80m/s2

Calculate the percent error for g.

In Part 2:

Draw a free body diagram for all cases.

Explain why the reading on the force plate changes while you are riding the elevator.

Determine the magnitude of acceleration. Show all formulas and calculations

Can the scale read zero while you are standing on it? Explain.

Are astronauts in the International Space Station weightless?

Definitions: Mass, Forces, Weight, Force of Gravity, and Normal Force

Equations for Force of Gravity and Weight.

Show your formulas, calculations when needed.

Write the goal and conclusions of the lab.

done

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https://anyessayhelp.com/ Read Sections 13 through 17 (up through “How the Sphere, Having in Vain Tried Words, Resorted to Deeds”) and discuss on the Discussion Bulletin Board.

For our third discussion, please read sections 13 – 17 of Flatland and discuss your views on the Discussion board as usual under “Flatland Discussion #3”. Try to imagine what we as 3-dimensional creatures might see if we could suddenly see/experience four spacial dimensions (not counting “time” as a dimension). Could we see inside our bodies? What would a “building” be like in four dimensions? How would we move differently? How might our communications systems differ? (I don’t know any of these answers – just trying to get you to think about these things in preparation for the String Theory discussions at the end of the semester.) Once you have contributed to the discussion, please type “completed this assignment” and hit “submit” within this assignment so that I can give you credit

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## ”

To determine our weight, we simply step on the scale and we take the

”

To determine our weight, we simply step on the scale and we take the reading on the scale as our weight, worst yet as our mass. In this lab you will tackle the difference between mass, weight, and Normal Force.

Purpose:

To determine the graphical and mathematical relationship between mass, gravitational acceleration near the earth’s surface and the weight of an object. Then, use this results to answer the following question:

What force does the scale read?

Materials:

Computer with Logger Pro

Lab Pro

Force Sensor

Set of Masses

Force Plate

Ring Stand

Ring Holder

Answer the questions:

In your own words explain the difference between weight and mass.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Imagine that you are standing on a bathroom scale in an elevator, would the reading on the scale change as the elevator moves? Explain your reasoning.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Procedure:

Weight vs. Mass

Attach a clamp to the ring stand and to the clamp a rod to hang a force sensor so that he hook hangs vertically down;

Attach the force sensor to rod and connected it to CH1 in the Lab Pro;

Connect the Lab Pro to the computer, make sure that the Lab Pro is on;

Open Logger Pro and proceed to zero the sensor. The force sensor should read zero when no mass is connected to it; Attn: Make sure to zero the force sensor before using it.

Select six different masses, not to exceed 1 kg;

Reduce Data collection time to 3 s, just Click on and set duration to 3 s and click done;

Hang a mass from the sensor, click collect;

Record the corresponding force in Table One by clicking the statistics and recording the value for mean;

Repeat the two previous steps for five more masses;

Elevator Ride:

Disconnect the Force sensor and connect a force plate, change Data Collection time to 100 s

Take the elevator for a ride to the 3rd floor and them back.

Once in the elevator have a team member stand on the Force plate;

Click collect, THEN press the bottom to the 3rd Floor;

Upon arrival to the 3rd Floor, press the bottom to the 1st Floor without stepping off the scale;

Data: Table One Data Table 1.

M[Kg]

F[N]

0.155

1.45

0.268

2.68

0.374

3.72

0.473

4.59

0.572

5.63

0.681

6.76

Insert the force-time graph obtained with Logger Pro and the force plate. Part 2

Data part II.

Trials

Motion

Normal force[N]

Mass

Acceleration mag.

Real mass or apparent mass

1

rest

797

2

up

804

3

down

738

Analysis:

In Part 1.

Graph your results of Force vs. Mass;

Obtain the mathematical regression;

Explain the meaning of the slope and the y-intercept for your graph Force VS -mass .

Write the equation relating the Force with the mass;

Compare your calculated value of the gravitational acceleration with the real value of 9.80m/s2

Calculate the percent error for g.

In Part 2:

Draw a free body diagram for all cases.

Explain why the reading on the force plate changes while you are riding the elevator.

Determine the magnitude of acceleration. Show all formulas and calculations

Can the scale read zero while you are standing on it? Explain.

Are astronauts in the International Space Station weightless?

Definitions: Mass, Forces, Weight, Force of Gravity, and Normal Force

Equations for Force of Gravity and Weight.

Show your formulas, calculations when needed.

Write the goal and conclusions of the lab.

done

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https://anyessayhelp.com/ Read Sections 13 through 17 (up through “How the Sphere, Having in Vain Tried Words, Resorted to Deeds”) and discuss on the Discussion Bulletin Board.

For our third discussion, please read sections 13 – 17 of Flatland and discuss your views on the Discussion board as usual under “Flatland Discussion #3”. Try to imagine what we as 3-dimensional creatures might see if we could suddenly see/experience four spacial dimensions (not counting “time” as a dimension). Could we see inside our bodies? What would a “building” be like in four dimensions? How would we move differently? How might our communications systems differ? (I don’t know any of these answers – just trying to get you to think about these things in preparation for the String Theory discussions at the end of the semester.) Once you have contributed to the discussion, please type “completed this assignment” and hit “submit” within this assignment so that I can give you credit

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## ”

To determine our weight, we simply step on the scale and we take the

”

To determine our weight, we simply step on the scale and we take the reading on the scale as our weight, worst yet as our mass. In this lab you will tackle the difference between mass, weight, and Normal Force.

Purpose:

To determine the graphical and mathematical relationship between mass, gravitational acceleration near the earth’s surface and the weight of an object. Then, use this results to answer the following question:

What force does the scale read?

Materials:

Computer with Logger Pro

Lab Pro

Force Sensor

Set of Masses

Force Plate

Ring Stand

Ring Holder

Answer the questions:

In your own words explain the difference between weight and mass.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Imagine that you are standing on a bathroom scale in an elevator, would the reading on the scale change as the elevator moves? Explain your reasoning.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Procedure:

Weight vs. Mass

Attach a clamp to the ring stand and to the clamp a rod to hang a force sensor so that he hook hangs vertically down;

Attach the force sensor to rod and connected it to CH1 in the Lab Pro;

Connect the Lab Pro to the computer, make sure that the Lab Pro is on;

Open Logger Pro and proceed to zero the sensor. The force sensor should read zero when no mass is connected to it; Attn: Make sure to zero the force sensor before using it.

Select six different masses, not to exceed 1 kg;

Reduce Data collection time to 3 s, just Click on and set duration to 3 s and click done;

Hang a mass from the sensor, click collect;

Record the corresponding force in Table One by clicking the statistics and recording the value for mean;

Repeat the two previous steps for five more masses;

Elevator Ride:

Disconnect the Force sensor and connect a force plate, change Data Collection time to 100 s

Take the elevator for a ride to the 3rd floor and them back.

Once in the elevator have a team member stand on the Force plate;

Click collect, THEN press the bottom to the 3rd Floor;

Upon arrival to the 3rd Floor, press the bottom to the 1st Floor without stepping off the scale;

Data: Table One Data Table 1.

M[Kg]

F[N]

0.155

1.45

0.268

2.68

0.374

3.72

0.473

4.59

0.572

5.63

0.681

6.76

Insert the force-time graph obtained with Logger Pro and the force plate. Part 2

Data part II.

Trials

Motion

Normal force[N]

Mass

Acceleration mag.

Real mass or apparent mass

1

rest

797

2

up

804

3

down

738

Analysis:

In Part 1.

Graph your results of Force vs. Mass;

Obtain the mathematical regression;

Explain the meaning of the slope and the y-intercept for your graph Force VS -mass .

Write the equation relating the Force with the mass;

Compare your calculated value of the gravitational acceleration with the real value of 9.80m/s2

Calculate the percent error for g.

In Part 2:

Draw a free body diagram for all cases.

Explain why the reading on the force plate changes while you are riding the elevator.

Determine the magnitude of acceleration. Show all formulas and calculations

Can the scale read zero while you are standing on it? Explain.

Are astronauts in the International Space Station weightless?

Definitions: Mass, Forces, Weight, Force of Gravity, and Normal Force

Equations for Force of Gravity and Weight.

Show your formulas, calculations when needed.

Write the goal and conclusions of the lab.

done

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https://anyessayhelp.com/ Read Sections 13 through 17 (up through “How the Sphere, Having in Vain Tried Words, Resorted to Deeds”) and discuss on the Discussion Bulletin Board.

For our third discussion, please read sections 13 – 17 of Flatland and discuss your views on the Discussion board as usual under “Flatland Discussion #3”. Try to imagine what we as 3-dimensional creatures might see if we could suddenly see/experience four spacial dimensions (not counting “time” as a dimension). Could we see inside our bodies? What would a “building” be like in four dimensions? How would we move differently? How might our communications systems differ? (I don’t know any of these answers – just trying to get you to think about these things in preparation for the String Theory discussions at the end of the semester.) Once you have contributed to the discussion, please type “completed this assignment” and hit “submit” within this assignment so that I can give you credit

done

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## ”

To determine our weight, we simply step on the scale and we take the

”

To determine our weight, we simply step on the scale and we take the reading on the scale as our weight, worst yet as our mass. In this lab you will tackle the difference between mass, weight, and Normal Force.

Purpose:

To determine the graphical and mathematical relationship between mass, gravitational acceleration near the earth’s surface and the weight of an object. Then, use this results to answer the following question:

What force does the scale read?

Materials:

Computer with Logger Pro

Lab Pro

Force Sensor

Set of Masses

Force Plate

Ring Stand

Ring Holder

Answer the questions:

In your own words explain the difference between weight and mass.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Imagine that you are standing on a bathroom scale in an elevator, would the reading on the scale change as the elevator moves? Explain your reasoning.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Procedure:

Weight vs. Mass

Attach a clamp to the ring stand and to the clamp a rod to hang a force sensor so that he hook hangs vertically down;

Attach the force sensor to rod and connected it to CH1 in the Lab Pro;

Connect the Lab Pro to the computer, make sure that the Lab Pro is on;

Open Logger Pro and proceed to zero the sensor. The force sensor should read zero when no mass is connected to it; Attn: Make sure to zero the force sensor before using it.

Select six different masses, not to exceed 1 kg;

Reduce Data collection time to 3 s, just Click on and set duration to 3 s and click done;

Hang a mass from the sensor, click collect;

Record the corresponding force in Table One by clicking the statistics and recording the value for mean;

Repeat the two previous steps for five more masses;

Elevator Ride:

Disconnect the Force sensor and connect a force plate, change Data Collection time to 100 s

Take the elevator for a ride to the 3rd floor and them back.

Once in the elevator have a team member stand on the Force plate;

Click collect, THEN press the bottom to the 3rd Floor;

Upon arrival to the 3rd Floor, press the bottom to the 1st Floor without stepping off the scale;

Data: Table One Data Table 1.

M[Kg]

F[N]

0.155

1.45

0.268

2.68

0.374

3.72

0.473

4.59

0.572

5.63

0.681

6.76

Insert the force-time graph obtained with Logger Pro and the force plate. Part 2

Data part II.

Trials

Motion

Normal force[N]

Mass

Acceleration mag.

Real mass or apparent mass

1

rest

797

2

up

804

3

down

738

Analysis:

In Part 1.

Graph your results of Force vs. Mass;

Obtain the mathematical regression;

Explain the meaning of the slope and the y-intercept for your graph Force VS -mass .

Write the equation relating the Force with the mass;

Compare your calculated value of the gravitational acceleration with the real value of 9.80m/s2

Calculate the percent error for g.

In Part 2:

Draw a free body diagram for all cases.

Explain why the reading on the force plate changes while you are riding the elevator.

Determine the magnitude of acceleration. Show all formulas and calculations

Can the scale read zero while you are standing on it? Explain.

Are astronauts in the International Space Station weightless?

Definitions: Mass, Forces, Weight, Force of Gravity, and Normal Force

Equations for Force of Gravity and Weight.

Show your formulas, calculations when needed.

Write the goal and conclusions of the lab.

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