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- Kaluza-Klein-Carmeli Metric from Quaternion-Cliord Space, Lorentz’ Force, and Some Observables
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In part 1 of the experiment, we are about to determine the amount of force, power, and

the work done by the fan cart. In reference to trial 1, which serves as our best trial, with a given

displacement (S) which is 0.2m (20 cm) and the amount of force of the fan cart which is 0.294 N

we obtained a time (t) which is 0.2888 sec. After, we computed the value of the work done by the

fan cart which is through multiplying the amount of force of the fan cart and the given

displacement which corresponds to the theory that Work=F S=F S cos . Since the force

applied F acts along the same direction with the displacement, theres an amount of work and

definitely positive in value which in our first trial its value is 0.0588 J. Next, we compute for the

power which is through dividing the computed work and the time obtained which according to

the theory

P=

W

t . Since the rate of work is constant we can compute for its power which in

our first trial is 0.2036 Watts. This part of the experiment somehow had minor errors, particularly

in our 3rd trial. We repeat it because the time obtained is shorter than the 2 nd trial. A possible

source of error may be the inclination of the table, it is not that perfectly flat. To minimize such

error, experimenters must ensure that the surface is flat to avoid additional acceleration factors

on the fan car by using devices.

In part 2 of the experiment, which is the last part, we are tasked to find the value of the

work by a force on a curved path. In trial 1, by the given value of force, we gathered a height h f

0.110m, an angle of

15

W =wL(1cos )

length of the string. Plugging in all the values, we obtained 0.037 J. Next, we computed the

Gravitational Potential Energy (PE) of the mass which is given by the formula

PE=mgh

where m is the mass, g is the acceleration which due to gravity and h is the height of the mass or

object. Plugging in the values, we obtain 0.0294 J. The object had its gravitational potential

energy because it has a height difference from the reference line which agrees with the theory of

gravitational potential energy. This part of the experiment had encounter many errors especially

the 4th trial, this is due to the questionable calibration of the spring balance. We always obtained

an unreasonable value of height thats why we keep on repeating the trial. To minimize such

error, the experimenter pulling the spring balance must ensure that the force exerted is horizontal

to ensure low percentage error.

Conclusion:

Work is defined mathematically by the dot product of the vector Force F and

displacement. Also, Power is defined as the ratio of work and time. In part 1 of the experiment,

the data obtained can show that Work is somehow related to Power. The data obtained shows that

theyre somehow proportional but the amount of increase is not that dramatic like the Work in

every trial. Since power is the ratio of work per time, and as displacement increases thus the time

also increases, which results to the value of power to be somehow constant. To improve the

experiment, the track must be laid properly to a flat surface and the fan cart must properly release

to the starting point to avoid additional time recorded.

Energy is defined as the ability to the work. It has many forms and one would be

Mechanical Energy which is subdivided into two, the gravitational potential energy and kinetic

energy. Kinetic Energy is simply the energy due in motion whilst Gravitational Potential Energy

is the energy at rest at a given height. In part 2 of the experiment, the data shows that Work is

increasing in accordance to the increase of Energy, which concludes that Work done is directly

proportional to the Energy. This agrees to the Work-Energy Principle which states that the work

done is equal to the change in Kinetic Energy. To improve the experiment, the spring balance

must be eye level to the experimenter while pulling the device horizontally to have accurate data.

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