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Group 8 2KPh

Tunod, Edmin Christian R.

Ulep, Jant Nicole Joyce U.

Valendez, Charles Louie E.

Villaroza, Hannah Marie S.

Vizcarra, Christian C.

resultant and equilibrant forces by using a force table. The group | |

binded three strings around a pulley that was designed to act as the | |

object forces act on. The force table served as a conduit to measure *| | is the magnitude and is the direction

the exact magnitude and specific direction. Three sets of washers

with different weights gave the group the magnitude of the forces.

The strings holding the washers in place acted as the guide to show Magnitude

the direction of its corresponding magnitude. The primary goal was

to set the washers and strings at specific locations around the table to ( ) ( )

find the center. By the use of trial and error and as well as a basic

understanding of how pulleys act upon an object, the group can find Direction

the equilibrium where the ring is on the center of the board. Another

obstacle the group had to solve is to convert the weight of the | | at Q1 to Q4

washers with its respective hangers from grams to Newtons. After

obtaining all three forces the group derived the experimental resultant Conversion of grams to Newtons

forces by computing for the negative vector of any of the three

forces. With this data the group can solve for the computed resultant N= ( )

forces by using the component method.

Reference Angle

I. INTRODUCTION

In the study of displacement one must first have the

knowledge of what comprises it. The main quantities that can

be measured are the magnitude and direction. These quantities

make up the vector quantity. The main difference between

scalar quantities and vector quantities is the inclusion of III. METHODOLOGY

direction. The direction in the graph shows the angle of where In this experiment, we made use of a force table, a

the object moves from one point to the other. washer, wires, and hangers for the weights to be put on. To

The resultant force is described as the force that would begin the experiment, we tied the strings to the pulley and then

cause the object to start moving with velocity whether it be to the hangers and set it on top of the force table. We then

speeding up or slowing down. To understand this concept, the added weights and kept on recalibrating until the weights were

component method is used given two or more forces. If an pulling each other equally, and to determine if we have done

object moves as a result of the resultant forces, then a force so, the washer had to be exactly in the center of the force

moving in the opposite direction with the same magnitude will table. After doing so, we weighed the metal weights and the

bring it to equilibrium. This force is known as the equilibrant corresponding hangers to be able to compute for the force they

force. exerted when we put them on the force table.

II. THEORY

Displacement is a vector quantity that refers to "how far out IV. RESULTS

of place an object is". It is the object's overall change in position. Table IV.1 Individual Forces

Individual Forces

The set of forces which causes the displacement of a body Fi Magnitude Direction

are called resultant or resultant forces. While the set of forces which F1 0.87 N 332

keeps the body at restate or equilibrium are called equilibrant forces.

F2 1.44 N 287

Equilibrium is any situation where the net force acting on F2 1.44 N 287

an object is zero. We call it equilibrium because all the forces acting F3 2.20 N 150

on the object equal out and cancel each other. F1 0.87 N 332

F3 2.20 N 150

Fig 4.1 The magnitude and direction gathered from the force table

F1

= 1.44

= 0.87 = -1.38 N

= 0.77 N F3

= 0.87 = 2.20

= -0.41 N = -1.91 N

F2

= 2.20

= 1.44 = 1.1 N

= 0.42 N

Horizontal Vertical

Magnitude Direction Resultant Force

component x component y

F1 0.87 N 332 0.77 N -0.41 N Magnitude Direction

F2 1.44 N 287 0.42 N -1.38 N 2.15 N 303.62

=1.19 N = -1.79N

Resultant Force

=

= 2.15 N

| |

= 56.38 (Q4), 360-56.38= 303.62

Horizontal Vertical

Magnitude Direction Resultant Force

component x component y

F1 0.87 N 332 0.79 N -0.41 N Magnitude Direction

F3 2.20 N 150 -1.91 N 1.1 N 1.33 N 148.82

=-1.14 N = 0.69N

Resultant Force

=

= 1.52 N

| |

Table IV.3 Computations for Fc

Horizontal Vertical

Magnitude Direction Resultant Force

component x component y

F2 1.44 N 287 0.42 N -1.38 N Magnitude Direction

F3 2.20 N 150 -1.91 N 1.1 N 1.52 N 190.64

=-1.49 N = -0.28N

Resultant Force

=

=1.33 N

| |

= 31.18 (Q2), 180-31.18= 148.82

Ri Magnitude Direction Ei Magnitude Direction Fi Magnitude Direction

Fa 2.20 N 330 Fa 2.20 N 150 Fa 2.15 N 303.62

Fb 0.87 N 152 Fb 0.87 N 332 Fb 1.52 N 190.64

Fc 1.44 N 107 Fc 1.44 N 287 Fc 1.33 N 148.82

Fig 4.4 This table shows the comparison between the equilibrant and the resultant forces (computed and experimental)

V. DISCUSSION

In the experiment, we used the Component Method to

compare the experimental data we gathered from the factors that affected the accuracy of the measurement during

computed one. Having the metals weights weighed, we the experiment, namely the tension of the wires, rust in the

converted its mass to Newtons to obtain the force exerted by it pulley, and the calibrations in the force table.

then we calculated the individual forces of F1, F2, and F3.

These forces are needed for the computations for Fa, Fb, and Fc VI. CONCLUSION

which is the vector addition. To compute for the resultant We therefore conclude that using the component

forces, we have to compute first the horizontal and vertical method we are able to obtain more accurate results compared

components through the concept of trigonometric functions. to the experimental method. Concepts in vector addition

After obtaining the x and y components, we need to get the helped us arrive with the correct computation and

summation of the forces and substitute it to the given formula interpretation of the data we gathered.

which will yield the magnitude of the forces. To compute for

its direction, we made use of the inverse tangent of the vertical

component divided by the horizontal component; at quadrants References

one to four. We obtained the equilibrant forces by tracing

exactly the opposite of the resultant forces, same magnitude [1] Barwad, R. (2014, August 4). Difference between

but opposite in direction, we added and subtracted 180 and resultant and equilibrants. Retrieved from

360 degrees from the experimental resultant forces. http://www.polytechnichub.com/difference-between-resultant-

Completing the table, we compared the data we obtained. and-equilibrants/

There is an obvious discrepancy with the computed and

experimental resultant forces. This is due to the external

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