Answers to Homework Bungee Jump Data
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Ceiling Height (m)2.69
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Bungee Mass (kg)0.15K5.813559322
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Paper Clip Length (m)0.04Low point2.34m
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Weights Hanging Motionless Weight Falling
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Bungee Distance from the floor (m)Hanging mass (kg)Total Stretch Distance (m)Force of Hanging Mass (N)Work done in previous interval (J)Total work done stretching Bungee (J)Bungee Distance from the floor (m)Distance Fallen (m)Work Done by falling object stretching bungee (J)PE lost by falling object (J)
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1.38000001.381.3102.5676
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1.240.20.141.960.13720.13721.241.450.13722.842
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0.980.30.42.940.6370.77420.981.710.77423.3516
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0.720.40.663.920.89181.6660.721.971.6663.8612
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0.490.50.894.91.01432.68030.492.22.68034.312
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0.20.71.186.861.70524.38550.22.494.38554.8804
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Create scatter plot graphs of: 1) Force vs. Total Stretch Distance [blue] and 2) Work done and PE Lost vs. Distance Fallen [purple]. Find the "distance fallen" at which the bungee jumper will stop descending. Also find an approximate spring constant (k) for the bungee.
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