Hi, Can you please check questions 1-3, to ensure they're the correct and include the answer for number 4? Much appreciated.
Hi, Can you please check questions 1-3, to ensure they're the correct and include the answer...
please answer all prelab questions, 1-4. This is the prelab manual, just in case you need background information to answer the questions. The prelab questions are in the 3rd photo. this where we put in the answers, just to give you an idea. Lab Manual Lab 9: Simple Harmonic Oscillation Before the lab, read the theory in Sections 1-3 and answer questions on Pre-lab Submit your Pre-lab at the beginning of the lab. During the lab, read Section 4 and...
Hi, Can you check my answers? If they're incorrect, please include a picture of the correct answer written out on a peice of paper. Thanks!! c. When a spherical object of radius r moves at velocity v in a viscous liquid, the object experi- ences a drag force given by Stokes' Law (Fd = 6πrv. η). Given the apparent weight of the object above, under what condition would the object be falling at "terminal velocity"? State the equation for this...
Please answer the following physics questions: 1.) Consider a simple pendulum (no friction). Does the angular acceleration of the mass remain constant during its motion? If not, then how does the angular acceleration change? In which part of the motion, the angular acceleration of the pendulum would be equal to zero? 2.) A pendulum has th period equal to 1,000 s on the Earth. What would be the period of the same pendulum when measured on the surface of the...
would you please solve as much as you can since their short questions? 22. Four identical balls of mass 0.6 kg are fastened to a massless rod whose total length is 1 m. The rod spins at 8 rad/s. The moment of inertia of this system, in units of kg m', is A) 0.61 D) 0.93 C) 1.81 B) 0.72 E) 1.22 A meter stick on a horizontal frictionless table top can rotate about the 80-cm mark. A 10 N...
can someone please help me answer these questions? A simple harmonic oscillator consists of a 10 kg mass attached to a spring with a spring constant of 120 N/m. The mass is displaced 20.37 m from the equilibrium position, held motionless, and then released. (a) Calculate the angular frequency and the period. For radians, enterrad" as the unit. For a full list of accepted units, use the "Units Help" link below. Number Units T Number Units (b) Calculate the maximum...
could you help me with g-j please? This scenario is for questions 1-2 A simple harmonic oscillator at the position x-generates a wave on a string. The oscillator moves up and down at a frequency of 40.0 Hz and with an amplitude of 3.00 cm. At time t=0, the oscillator is passing through the origin and moving down. The string has a linear mass density of 50,0 g/m and Is stretched with a tension of 5.00 N. a) Find the...
please answer as many questions as possible. I will “thumb up” the answers. Thanks! 1. You are on a boat, which is bobbing up and down. The boat's vertical displacement y is given by y 1.2 cos(t). Find the amplitude, angular frequency, phase constant, frequency, and period of the motion. (b) Where is the boat at t 1 s? (c) Find the velocity and acceleration as functions of time t. (d) Find the initial values of the position, velocity, and...
i have some physics questions. hopefully you can answer these all please. A block with mass m = 2.0-kg attached to the end of a spring undergoes simple harmonic motion on a horizontal frictionless surface. The oscillation period is T = 5.5-s and the oscillation amplitude is A = 13.8-cm. When the spring is unstretched the block sits at a distance L = 2.2-m from a wall. Suppose we snap the spring at the very moment the block passes through...
please answer all pre-lab questions 1 through 5. THANK YOU!!! this is the manual to give you some background. the pre-lab questions.. the pre-lab sheet. Lab Manual Lab 10: String Waves & Resonance Before the lab, read the theory in Sections 1-3 and answer questions on Pre-lab Submit your Pre-lab at the beginning of the lab. During the lab, read Section 4 and follow the procedure to do the experiment. You will record data sets, perform analyses, answer questions, and...
can you help with a-f please This scenario is for questions 1-2 A simple harmonic oscillator at the position x-Ogenerates a wave on a string. The oscillator moves up and down at a frequency of 40.0 Hz and with an amplitude of 3.00 cm. At time t = 0, the oscillator is passing through the origin and moving down. The string has a linear mass density of 50,0 g/m and is stretched with a tension of 5.00 N. a) Find...