Motion

A Lab Experiment On The Hooke’s Law And Simple Harmonic Motion’s Concept

SHM Lab Write-Up Beginning Ideas: Two concepts that played a major role in this lab were Hooke’s Law and the idea of Simple Harmonic Motion. Hooke’s Law states that the force required to extend or compress a spring is proportional to the distance the spring is extended or compressed. The spring constant depends on how …

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Biomechanics Of A Baseball Bat

Biomechanics examines forces acting on the body, and the effects of these forces CITATION Aus16 l 3081. The materials that make up the perfect baseball bat have been developed quite rapidly over the years dating way back to the very first MLB game early in the 19th century. Throughout my analysis I will be discussing …

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Bioethics as a Motion

Bioethics is a motion. A motion from “doing what we think is right” to “doing what is right”. It is a reflective examination of the ethical issues in the field of healthcare, research, and health policy. These fields have always had the ethical standards, which were meticulously handed down within each profession, but often without …

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A Lab Experiment On Measuring The Movement Of A Pendulum By Determining The Pendulum’s Properties

This pendulum lab’s objective is to describe how the back-and-forth motion of a pendulum can be changed through measuring the properties of a pendulum, as well as determine which properties of a pendulum affects its period. Groups of generally four students created their own pendulum, all materials provided in the classroom, and each group tested …

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