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## Embroidery Hoops Inertia and First Law Lab

\$3.00
This lab uses embroidery hoops, metal nuts, and Erlenmeyer flasks to demonstrate Newton’s First Law of Motion, also known as the Law of Inertia. Studen

## Embroidery Hoops Inertia and First Law Lab

\$3.00

This lab uses embroidery hoops, metal nuts, and Erlenmeyer flasks to demonstrate Newton’s First Law of Motion, also known as the Law of Inertia. Students will balance as many of the nuts as possible on the hoops and then pull the hoop away fast enough to let inertia take over and fall into the flask. Students will then record the size of the hoop they used, the diameter of the nut used, the number of nuts attempted, and the number of nuts that actually fell into the flask on the data tables on the second page.

## Meterstick Equilibrium Physics Lab

\$3.00
This lab introduces the concept of mechanical equilibrium to beginning physics students. They will come to see how the equilibrium rule applies to all no

## Meterstick Equilibrium Physics Lab

\$3.00

This lab introduces the concept of mechanical equilibrium to beginning physics students. They will come to see how the equilibrium rule applies to all nonmoving objects at rest. Materials needed per group are a meterstick, a 1kg mass, and two digital scales. Two colored pencils are optional, as they will assist in line differentiation for the graph they will construct. If colored pencils are not available, just use a pencil and pen instead. (And pray they do not need to erase the pen lines.)

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