Based on the graph plotted, we can know that :
* F (centripetal force) is directly proportional to v2 (velocity2) * F (centripetal force) is directly proportional to m (Mass) * F (centripetal force) is inversely proportional to R (Radius)

And so, it is proved that the centripetal force of the uniform circular motion ;
F=mv2R

Discussion

* As for the first experiment ( Force versus velocity²), due to some technical problem all the data that had been obtained from the experiment couldn’t be saved thus all the data are taken with approvement from our friend , Gary Tan ( General Physics and Experiment (I) [PHY 1011-09-00] ).

* According to the Force versus velocity²), graph , as the...

...Title: CentripetalForce
Tools and Equipments: nylon cord, different weighing hanging masses, stopwatch, meter stick.
Purpose: To be able to determine the relationship between centripetalforce, mass, velocity, and the radius of orbit for a body that is undergoing centripetal acceleration. To investigate the dynamics of uniform circular motion. Specifically the relationships among the centripetal...

...Purpose
To be able to understand and verify the relationship centripetalforce, mass, velocity, and the radius of orbit for a body that is undergoing centripetal acceleration.
Background Information
An object moving in the same direction is not necessarily undergoing acceleration. If the object changes speed while moving in the same direction there is acceleration (or deceleration). On the other hand, if the object moves at a constant...

...Title : Centripetalforce
Objective
To measure the centripetalforce for whirling a mass round a horizontal circle and compare the result with the theoretical value given by F = m(2r .
Apparatus
12 slotted weights with hanger (0.02kg each)
1 rubber bung with nylon string about 1.5m
1 glass tube about 20cm long
1 triple beam balance
1 meter rule
1 stop watch
Several small paper markers
Theory
When a mass m attached to...

...Centripetalforce (from Latin centrum "center" and petere "to seek"[1]) is a force that makes a body follow a curved path: its direction is always orthogonal to the velocity of the body, toward the fixed point of the instantaneous center of curvature of the path. Centripetalforce is generally the cause of circular motion.
In simple terms, centripetalforce is defined as a force...

...Physics Lab Report
Experiment M3 CentripetalForce
School: La Salle College
Class: 6G
Group members (Group 7): Carson Ho, Tang Yui Hong, John Yu, Justin Kwong
Date: 1 / 10 / 2014
Report is written by: Tang Yui Hong 6G (27)
Title
CentripetalForce
Objective
To verify the equation for centripetalforce
Apparatus
Instrument
Descriptions
1 rubber bung
circular,...

...Centripetal Acceleration
Experiment # 7
Abstract
In this experiment we studied the centripetal acceleration of an object while it was moving in a constant circular motion.
Introduction
In this experiment we studied the centripetal acceleration of an object at different constant motions. We found that when an object is traveling at a constant circular motion, the object does not stop unless an outside force acts upon it to...

...Centripetalforce
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...AL Physics CentripetalForce(1ST Lab Report)
Objective :
To measure the centripetalforce by whirling it around a horizontal circle, then compare the result with theoretical value FC = m(2r.
Apparatus :
1Rubber bung
1Glass tube (About 15 cm long)
1Slotted weights, with hanger 12 × 0.02 kg
1Nylon thread 1.5 m
1Paper marker
1Adhesive tape
1Metre rule
1Stop watch
1Safety goggles
Set-up:
Procedure:
1. Attach one end...