Lab Report 5
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i am dividing ws by t prime and still getting v' wrong...whats wrong hereee
num 9 Guest
Re: Lab Report 5
I keep getting some rather large numbers for question 38 and 40. When I enter them, maple TA says the numbers are incorrect.
This is what I did:
KEiKEi'=X
Then
X/sqrt(DeltaKE^2+DeltaKEi^2)= 20 something
What the hell is going on here?????? Why cant I get the answer, what am I doing wrong?!?!?!?!?
This is what I did:
KEiKEi'=X
Then
X/sqrt(DeltaKE^2+DeltaKEi^2)= 20 something
What the hell is going on here?????? Why cant I get the answer, what am I doing wrong?!?!?!?!?
Guesto Guest
Re: Lab Report 5
how do i find the ratios...
also is deltavi/vi the same as delta viprime/viprime?
also is deltavi/vi the same as delta viprime/viprime?
yeahhhh Guest
question1?
DId anyone get number 1 right? ive tried it a few times and plugged numbers into both equations to figure it out and i cant manage to get it right..
guestooo Guest
ratio questions
..could anyone point me in the right direction as to how to get the rations in questions 38 & 40..
38:Use the values of question "Lab 5 Part IV Total Kinetic Energies and Errors in Part II (Elastic)" and calculate the ratio of the magnitude of the difference of the Total Kinetic Energies before and after the elastic collision, divided by the absolute error of the difference
40: Use the values of question "Lab 5 Part IV Inelastic Collisions Table 8b Kinetic Energies" and calculate the difference of the Total Kinetic Energy before minus after the inelastic collision of Part III. Divide this by the error of the difference
also.. im having a problem with parts of questions 32 and 34.. for deltavi^2/vi^2... how do we get these numbers? THANKS!
38:Use the values of question "Lab 5 Part IV Total Kinetic Energies and Errors in Part II (Elastic)" and calculate the ratio of the magnitude of the difference of the Total Kinetic Energies before and after the elastic collision, divided by the absolute error of the difference
40: Use the values of question "Lab 5 Part IV Inelastic Collisions Table 8b Kinetic Energies" and calculate the difference of the Total Kinetic Energy before minus after the inelastic collision of Part III. Divide this by the error of the difference
also.. im having a problem with parts of questions 32 and 34.. for deltavi^2/vi^2... how do we get these numbers? THANKS!
helpmepl Guest
question 11
hey can someone show me how to do number 11?????? i don't think i even understand the question that is how lost i am.
me Guest
Question 24
damn...
i was able to get the first 3 parts in Question 24,
but having trouble getting [b]deltap'.
anyone please?
i was able to get the first 3 parts in Question 24,
but having trouble getting [b]deltap'.
anyone please?
troubled Guest
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question 24
any one have any idea for the Delta p'
i did (deltaw/w)*p' but i keep getting it wrong
any one have any idea for the Delta p'
i did (deltaw/w)*p' but i keep getting it wrong
jsyz Guest
huhh
that should be right.. are you using the right deltaw/w?
.. were all asking the same question.. and im gonna ask it again.. lol does ANYONE know how to find the ratios for 38 and 40? so many people have asked this but no ones given an answer yet
.. were all asking the same question.. and im gonna ask it again.. lol does ANYONE know how to find the ratios for 38 and 40? so many people have asked this but no ones given an answer yet
12345678 Guest
Question 32
to find Deltav_i^2/v_i^2 just multiply Deltav/v by 2 the answer should be 0.0800
heidy Guest
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