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Lab 1: Force Table: Vectors-Components and Resultants Weight: 3 % Part A: Components Purpose To demonstrate, using equilibrium, that the components ot a force vector add up to the origina vector. Procedure 1. Draw an accurate vector to scale with a magnitude equal to 200 units and a direction of e 30 measured using the positive x-axis equal to o Use a scale and protractor 2. Draw the x and y components of your 200 unit vector, to scale on the same diagram. 40 3. Calculate the magnitudes of the two components. Check the measurement of the two components to ensure your calculations are correct. 4. Draw and label the equilibrant (the vector of equal magnitude but opposite direction) of the 200 unit vector. 5. Determine the angle of the equilibrant (6 180°) measured from the x-axis (0) 6. Level the force table. 7. Clamp pulleys at 0° and 90 on the force table. 8. Suspend a total mass equal to the number of grams of the x-component (over the pulley positioned at 0°). Note this suspended mass now creates a force equal to mass x 9. Suspend a total mass equal to the number of grams of the y-component over the pulley 10. Clamp a pulley to the force table at the angle of the equilibrant (measured from the x- 11. Make sure the strings are all pointing at the centre of the pin. Remove the centre pin 12. Take a birds eye view photo of the set-up. gravity. Be sure to include the mass of the hanger as part of the total mass positioned at 90°. This suspended mass also creates a force equal to mass x gravity. axis) and suspend a mass of 200g over this pulley. from the force table. What happens? Is the system of forces in equilibrium?

Part 81: Resultants Purpose To demonstrat forces can be determined analytically 1. Dra e, using equilibrium, that the magnitude and direction of the resultant of two w an accurate diagram (to scale) showing the two vectors described originating (or applied) at the same point. Vector A 100 units at an angle a-20° from the positive x axis (0) Vector B 200 units at an angle B-140 trom the positive x-axis ( 8 2. Determine the resultant of the two vectors graphically and add it to your diagram. Calculate the magnitude of the resultant of the two vectors and determine its angle measured from the positive x-axis (0). Check your resultant from your drawing to make sure it is close to the calculated value. Redraw the diagram of step 1 adding the equilibrant determined from the resultant determined in step 2. (Omit the resuitant vector from this diagram.) Show the angle Y for the equilibrant measured from the positive x axis (0°). 3. 8 E釴.libr4h+

Part B2: Resultants Repeat all steps A and B vectors too large of part B1 to create a new resultant force system using two new initial vectors t your creation. Keep in mind the limits of the masses so dont make your two new

can somebody please post answers for all these lab questions

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