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SM212-Section 3.1. Section 5.1-2 Mass Spring Systems Name:Purpose:To investigate the mass spring systems in Chapter 5. Procedure:Work on the following activity with 2-3 other students during class (but be sure to complete your own copy) and nish the exploration outside of class. Hand in 9/18/2017. THE SPRING CONSTANT2. Hang an approximate 0.100 kg mass to the spring. Remember to include the mass of the hanger and weigh the masses on a balance. Record this mass in column 1 on your data sheet for part I. 3. In column 2 on the data sheet, calculate the weight of the mass using F = mg, where m is in kg The Spring:Hookes Law and OscillationsNov 06, 2014 · 5. Increase the total mass on the end of the spring to 120 g (this includes the mass of the hanger). Measure the height X of the spring and record it in your data sheet. 6. Increase the mass by 10 g increments, making sure to measure and record the height at each step, until you reach 220 g. 7. Calculate m = m mH, X = X X0,and(X X0)=2X0 for
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