Lab results in the data table below. Section Date 3. Use your scale to convert the magnitude of REPORT ON EXPERIMENT 4 the vector in centimeters to a force in units of g Addition and Resolution of Vectors: The dynes. Force Table Insert Graph (label all magnitudes and /_ s on the drawings and list the scale used) Forces (g-dynes) Displacement (cm) Table 4-1. Addition of Two Forces on the Force Table and Graphical Method of Vector Addition Parts A: Addition F1 = 250, Ø, = 60° A. Graphical Method of Vector Addition (On graph paper) F2 = 250, Ø2 = 150° Displacement Force cm / ° g-dynes /° Resultant/Component Vector (magnitude and Given two vectors F1 = 250 g-dynes at 60° and F2 = 250 g-dynes at 150°, find their vector sum or direction) resultant FR = F1 + F2 by the following B. Experimental: Addition of two procedures. vectors on the Force Table 1. Using the head-to-tail method of vector Simulation: https://www.desmos.com- /calculator/v8aqlonljg addition, draw a vector diagram for Part A. Use a scale Use the same scale as Part A. for which the finished vector diagram fills about half a sheet of graph paper. Procedure: a. Adjust force value for F1 2. Measure the magnitude and direction of the resultant with a ruler and protractor; record b. Adjust force value for F2 the

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results in the data table below.
Section
Date
3. Use your scale to convert the magnitude of
REPORT ON EXPERIMENT 4
the vector in centimeters to a force in units of g
Addition and Resolution of Vectors: The
dynes.
Force Table
Insert Graph (label all magnitudes and /_
s on the drawings and list the scale used)
Forces (g-dynes) Displacement (cm)
Table 4-1. Addition of Two Forces on the
Force Table and Graphical Method of Vector
Addition
Parts A: Addition F1
= 250, Ø, = 60°
A. Graphical Method of Vector Addition
(On graph paper)
F2 = 250, Ø2 = 150°
Displacement Force cm / ° g-dynes /°
Resultant/Component Vector (magnitude and
Given two vectors F1 = 250 g-dynes at 60° and F2
= 250 g-dynes at 150°, find their vector sum or
direction)
resultant FR
= F1 + F2 by the following
B. Experimental: Addition
of
two
procedures.
vectors on the Force Table
1. Using the head-to-tail method of vector
Simulation: https://www.desmos.com-
/calculator/v8aqlonljg
addition, draw a vector diagram for Part A. Use
a scale
Use the same scale as Part A.
for which the finished vector diagram fills
about half a sheet of graph paper.
Procedure:
a. Adjust force value for F1
2. Measure the magnitude and direction of the
resultant with a ruler and protractor; record
b. Adjust force value for F2
the
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Lab results in the data table below. Section Date 3. Use your scale to convert the magnitude of REPORT ON EXPERIMENT 4 the vector in centimeters to a force in units of g Addition and Resolution of Vectors: The dynes. Force Table Insert Graph (label all magnitudes and /_ s on the drawings and list the scale used) Forces (g-dynes) Displacement (cm) Table 4-1. Addition of Two Forces on the Force Table and Graphical Method of Vector Addition Parts A: Addition F1 = 250, Ø, = 60° A. Graphical Method of Vector Addition (On graph paper) F2 = 250, Ø2 = 150° Displacement Force cm / ° g-dynes /° Resultant/Component Vector (magnitude and Given two vectors F1 = 250 g-dynes at 60° and F2 = 250 g-dynes at 150°, find their vector sum or direction) resultant FR = F1 + F2 by the following B. Experimental: Addition of two procedures. vectors on the Force Table 1. Using the head-to-tail method of vector Simulation: https://www.desmos.com- /calculator/v8aqlonljg addition, draw a vector diagram for Part A. Use a scale Use the same scale as Part A. for which the finished vector diagram fills about half a sheet of graph paper. Procedure: a. Adjust force value for F1 2. Measure the magnitude and direction of the resultant with a ruler and protractor; record b. Adjust force value for F2 the