Purpose:
To investigate and compare the potential energy, kinetic energy and speed of a cart on a hill 1 kg

h
1 m

Materials:
1.
2. Cart & 1 kg mass
3. Board
4. Timer
5. Metre ruler
6. Tape

Data Table:
With 1 kg mass:
Trial #| Distance(m)| Time(s)|
1| 1m| 0.41s|
2| 1m| 0.45s|
3| 1m| 0.44s|

Without 1 kg mass:
Trial #| Distance(m)| Time(s)|
1| 1m| 0.42s|
2| 1m| 0.48s|
3| 1m| 0.45s|

Calculations:

With 1 kg mass:
Average time = 0.4333s
Average velocity = Distance ÷ Average time = 1m ÷ 0.4333s ≈ 2.308m/s Total mass = (7.5N ÷ 9.8N/kg) + 1kg ≈ 1.765kg
Height = 0.33m
Kinetic energy = ½ mv2 = ½ × 1.765kg × (2.308m/s)2 ≈ 4.70J Potential energy = mgh = 1.765kg × 9.8N/kg × 0.33m = 5.71J Without 1 kg mass:
Average time = 0.45s
Average velocity = Distance ÷ Average time = 1m ÷ 0.45s ≈ 2.236m/s Mass = 7.5N ÷ 9.8N/kg ≈ 0.765kg
Height = 0.33m
Kinetic energy = ½ mv2 = ½ × 0.765kg × (2.236/s)2 ≈ 1.91J Potential energy = mgh = 0.765kg × 9.8N/kg × 0.33m = 2.47J

Analysis Questions:

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...conservation of mechanical energy
Section: 8
Name: Ahmed Atari
University ID: 201103848
Instructor: Ahmed Zainelabdin
Submission date: May 1, 2014
Objective: the purpose of this lab is to investigate the law of conservation of energy. This can be achieved by measuring both potential and kineticenergy through the experiment conducted.
Back ground:
Kineticenergy is said to be the energy of motion. Kineticenergy can be defined through this equation:
KE=12mv2 (equation 1)
Where m is the mass of the object in motion, and v is the velocity of the moving object.
Potentialenergy is the energy associated with the forces that depend on the position of the object. However, there are specific types of potentialenergy and in this lab we will consider gravitational potentialenergy. Gravitational potentialenergy is the energy possessed by the objected due to earth's gravity. This can be specifically defined by the equation:
PEgrav=mgy (equation 2)
Where m is the mass of the object, g is the acceleration due to gravity and y is the height of the object.
With...

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PotentialEnergy:
Potentialenergy is the stored energy of position possessed by an object.
PotentialEnergy Formula :
PotentialEnergy: PE = m x g x h
Mass:
Acceleration of Gravity:
Height:
where,
PE = PotentialEnergy,
m = Mass of object,
g = Acceleration of Gravity,
h = Height of object,
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m = 6 kg, h = 20 m, g = 9.8 m/s2(Gravitational Acceleration of the earth)
Step 1: Substitute the values in the below potentialenergy formula:
PotentialEnergy: PE = m x g x h
= 6 x 9.8 x 20
PotentialEnergy: PE = 1176 Joules
2. On a 3m ledge, a rock is laying at the potentialenergy of 120 J. What will be the mass of the rock.
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Step 1: Substitute the values in the below Velocity formula:
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Variables:
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Dependent variable- bounce height
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Procedure-
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⇒
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/2 m u2 ,
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