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Inclined Planes and Friction

Inclined Planes and Friction
Inclined Planes and Friction
Inclined Planes and Friction
Inclined Planes and Friction
Inclined Planes and Friction
Inclined Planes and Friction
Inclined Planes and Friction
Inclined Planes and Friction
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Now that students have been introduced to free-body diagrams on an inclined plane, it’s time to put that knowledge to use with some mathematics! In this lab students will use the acceleration of a ball bearing down an inclined track and the appropriate free-body diagram to calculate the amount of frictional force that is retarding the ball bearing as it rolls down the track. For extra practice, students will change the angle of inclination and see if that has any relationship with frictional force. This lab doesn’t have toys, but it does have really good results!
Total Pages
17 pages
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