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If the LogItLab programme is being used for recording the SHM of a mass-spring system using a motion sensor, are there any other settings apart from degrees, and if not
1-where would be the best position in degrees to release the spring from?
2- How many cm s would you pull the spring apart? (ie. would 4cm be sufficient?)
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If the LogItLab programme is being used for recording the SHM of a mass-spring system using a motion sensor, are there any other settings apart from degrees, and if not
1-where would be the best position in degrees to release the spring from?
2- How many cm s would you pull the spring apart? (ie. would 4cm be sufficient?)
No clues??????
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I don't understand how you measure the position of a mass-spring system in degrees; surely you just measure the position below the equilibrium position?
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I don't understand how you measure the position of a mass-spring system in degrees; surely you just measure the position below the equilibrium position?
I don't quite get it myself. I wa sexpecting it to be in mms or cms but when i saw degrees it came across as a shock!!!!
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