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Investigation 3: Coefficient of Static Friction

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The aim of this experiment is to calculate the coefficient of static friction between the surface of one specific object and the slope by measuring the angle at which the object begins to move down. Newton’s second law and separation of forces into components will be applied.

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Physics Inclined plane Friction Mu Mass Mechanical engineering
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Newton’s second law and separation of forces into components will be applied. Equipment How I can measure the angle as accurately as possible: 1. Place the set of equipment on a preferably hard and flat surface, such as floor or table, not carpet. 2. Make sure the protractor is perpendicular to the table and in line with the slop. ________________ 3. Slowly adjust the slop until reaching the angle at which the object begins to move. 4. Instantaneously stop raising the plank when the box starts to move and record the measured value. 5. Re...
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