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Motion on Inclined Surface Virtual Lab Simulation

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Motion on Inclined Surface Virtual Labs

General Aim of Motion on Inclined Surface

Determination of acceleration of gravity (g).

Motion on Inclined Surface Experiment Method

Motion on an inclined surface.

Learning Objectives of Motion on Inclined Surface

  • Analyze the body motion on inclined plane.

  • Determine the acceleration due to gravity.

Theory of Motion on Inclined Surface Simulation

If an object is released from rest down an inclined surface, it will accelerate downward. The acceleration in this case is g sin θ, where θ is the incline angle of the plane. Then the total distance, L, traveled by the object is given by:

Motion on Inclined Surface Principle of Work

Motion on inclined surface experiment depends on measuring the time taken by the ball to move down the inclined plane a certain distance y for a given incline angle ፀ.

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