AS and A Level: Fields & Forces
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An Experiment to Evaluate the Acceleration due to Gravity using a Spiral Spring
8.28 8.33 8.53 8.32 0.11675 8.336 0.174 1.0 9.25 9.26 9.19 9.12 9.28 0.06519 9.22 0.213 1.2 9.95 10.19 9.88 10.03 10.29 0.16947 10.068 0.253 Figure 3 Figure 4 Load On Spring (kg) g (ms2) 0.2 2.73 0.4 5.69 0.6 7.58 0.8 7.73 1.0 8.18 1.2 8.34 The mean value for g is calculated as 6.71 ms2 with the standard deviation calculated as 2.17 Calculations Calculating the extension of the spring or b b=(ll0) b is the extension on the spring when a mass is loaded, l is the total length of the spring with the mass attached and l0
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The physics of riding a bicycle entails many different properties.
A bicycle was at one point the epitome of modern moving conveyance. The invention of the wheel allowed this. Previously, everyone had to walk everywhere they had to go. In the rain, sleet and snow, walking was the main mode of getting from ?here? to ?there?. The bicycle has taken different forms. There have been tricycles, a bike with three wheels, and a unicycle, which was used in circuses that had a rider on one wheel. When I first learned how to ride a bike, I fell a lot.
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