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monroe17

  • one year ago

trying to figure out the experimental mass of a F vs a graph? how?

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  1. DLBlast
    • one year ago
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    |dw:1360817124576:dw| this is a graph and mass +force

  2. DLBlast
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    it pi is all formal

  3. Mashy
    • one year ago
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    F = ma so if force changes from F1 to F2, then corresponding change in acceleration would be a1 to a2 hence \[\Delta F= m \Delta a \] or\[a = \Delta F/ \Delta a\] = slope of the graph!

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