Interpretation of Results
The objective of the experiment, entitled Newton’s Second Law of Motion, is to verify the direct proportionality of acceleration and net force if the mass of the body is constant and to verify the inverse proportionality of acceleration and mass if the net force is constant. It is now clearly explained and proven that Newton’s second law of motion is true. By experiments, the law is proved. All data produced results parallel to what Newton states. We can say that the acceleration is directly proportional to the net force if the mass of the body is constant. The acceleration increases as the net force increases. The acceleration is inversely proportional to the mass if the net force is constant. The acceleration decreases as the mass of an object increases.

We also found out that the change in net force greatly affects the acceleration than of the change in mass of an object. This is proved by the third part of the experiment. When both the mass of the object and the net force increases, the change in net force will produce greater effect on the acceleration. We can also say that the acceleration will follow the direction of the net force. mass| net force| acceleration|

Newton’s second law of motion, the most important and useful of the three, establishes a relationship between the unbalanced force applied to an object and the resultant acceleration of the object. This relationship states that an unbalanced force acting on an object produces an acceleration that is in direction of the force, and inversely proportional to the mass of the object. In other words, force equals mass times acceleration, or F = ma. Thus, a given force will accelerate an object of small mass more rapidly than it will on object of larger mass. Similarly doubling the applied force produces...

...was primarily about Newton’ssecondlaw of motion. Newton’ssecondlaw of motion states that a net force is required for a body to have acceleration. If a net force is applied on an object, then the object will accelerate with respect to the direction of the said force. The body’s acceleration is directly proportional to the net force and inversely proportional to its mass. The...

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METHODOLOGY
In Part A of the experiment (Constant Mass, Changing Net Force), place the dynamics track on the laboratory table. Make sure that it is horizontal by placing the dynamics cart on the track. If the dynamics cart does not move, then the track is already horizontal. Otherwise, make the necessary adjustments. Get the mass of the dynamics cart. Write this under m1 in Table 1. Set the first...

...NEWTON’SLAWS OF MOTIONNewton's First Law of Motion
An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.
There are two parts to this statement - one that predicts the behavior of stationary objects and the other that predicts the behavior of moving objects. The two parts...

...every 4 seconds of time:
A) 1.25 ft/sec2 B) 2.25 ft/sec2 C) 1.025 ft/sec2 D) 5.10 ft/sec2
____7. What acceleration do you expect to impart to a block of mass 2.5 slugs resting on a frictionless plane if you push it with a force of 20 lb.?
A) 8 ft/sec2 B) 5 ft/sec C) 9 ft/sec2 D) 11 ft/sec2
____ 8. A 50 kilogram mass ball-bearing moves through a mark on the floor with an acceleration of 4 m/sec2. What was the force...

...In 1687, Sir Isaac Newton published what are known today as Newton's three laws of motion. If these laws didn't exist, motion and life would not exist. His three laws are accurately relative to what "normal" speeds are on earth.
Newton's first law is most commonly referred to as the law of inertia. The law states that an object that is at rest will...

...P hysics 2 06 Example P roblems Newton’ s Laws of Motion
Problem 1 . A) What is the direction of the acceleration of an object that is slowing down while heading northward? Answer : The acceleration would be southward since the net force required to cause this acceleration would be southward. The change in velocity is directed southward. B) What is the acceleration of an object thrown straight up in the air, near the surface of the earth, at the very top of its...

...Newton’ssecondlaw of motion (Car vs Suv)
According to newton’ssecondlaw of motion, Acceleration is produced when a force acts on a mass. The greater the mass is, the grater the acceleration is needed to move forward. This law basically states that a force applied to the objects changes its velocity overtime in the direction of the force that is applied, the...

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Bernoulli’s Principle and Newton’sLaws of Motion
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Bernoulli’s Principle and Newton’sLaws of Motion
Bernoulli’s Principle
In fluid dynamics, Bernoulli’s principles states that an increase in the speed of the fluid corresponds to a decrease in pressure of the same fluid. Similarly, the decrease in pressure corresponds to a loss in the...

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