# PHYS 1 SUNY Empire State College Physics Circular Motion Lab Report

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I was wondering if someone would be able to help me with my Physics I lab. This lab involves circular motion. Abstract and Intro, materials and methods used, a short data table, and a conclusion. The lab also includes 7 questions. The assignment is attached. Thank you!

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Lab Assignment 7: Circular Motion
Instructor’s Overview
Circular motion is an integral part of our everyday lives. We experience circular motion
when we leave highways on cloverleaf exits and on amusement park rides. Countless
systems and devices leverage circular motion. We will discuss real-world applications in
this module's discussion. In this lab, you will directly experiment with uniform circular
motion and quantify the behavior of a simple system. To execute the lab, you'll
synthesize your knowledge and experience with free-body diagrams and Newton's
second law.
In this lab, you will create a simple system of two different masses connected by a piece
of fishing line. Here's the twist: The fishing line is threaded through a tube. You will
rotate the tube and achieve an equilibrium situation where the lower mass is vertically
stationary. You will then use your knowledge of circular motion to analyze the situation.
This activity is based on Lab 8 of the eScience Lab kit.
Take detailed notes as you perform the experiment and fill out the sections below. This
document serves as your lab report. Please include detailed descriptions of your
experimental methods and observations.
Experiment Tips:
• Make sure you use fishing line instead of string for the experiment. Can you
guess why?

• Be careful when you rotate the mass. Be aware of your surroundings so
nothing is inadvertently hit by the rotating mass.

• Enlist the aid of a partner to time your experiments.
Date:
Student:

Abstract:
The circular movement is a type of movement that is very daily in day-to-day activities,
for example in an amusement park, it can be seen on a carousel, or on the Ferris wheel,
the representation of circular movement. A body is called a constant circular motion if the
speed of the body...

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