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In the FlinnPREP™ Inquiry Lab for AP® Physics 1:Rotational Motion and Angular Momentum, students study the rates of falling masses and use this knowledge in a two-part experiment.
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AP Physics 1, Big Ideas 3 4, Investigation 11
From spinning ice skaters to gears to tires to the huge Ferris wheels at amusement parks, rotational motion and angular momentum are all around us. What equations define the relationship of these properties of motion?
In this advanced-inquiry lab, students first conduct a series of experiments designed to investigate the connections between rotational motion and angular momentum. By studying the rates of falling masses connected to a multi-pulley coaxial wheel and axle, these relationships are revealed. In part two, the students use this knowledge in a guided-inquiry challenge lab. They must select the proper pulley and hanging mass combination that results in the hanging mass taking exactly 4.00 seconds to strike the ground!
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Complete for 24 students working in groups of four. Support stands, clamps and weights are required and available separately. All materials are reusable.