Question: How does the make and model of a shoe influence the m of the shoe?
The weight of the four Shoes
Ryan’s 4 newtons
Will’s 4.5 newtons
Bassel’s 4 newtons
Behdad’s 5 newtons
The pulling force of each force
Ryan’s 140 grams
Will’s 240 grams
Bassel’s 230 grams
Behdad’s 400 grams
The Calculations of weight and pulling force
Equation m= F pulling
Ryan’s shoe= 140 grams = .140 newtons times gravity of 10 = 1.4 newtons= .35 newtons
Other Shoe Answers
Will’s shoe =.53 newtons
Bassel’s shoe = .575 newtons
Behdad’s shoe = .8 newtons
The main errors of our experiment
· Not having an exact point of when it was moving
· We didn’t have small weights so we could become more accurate
· The surface we did the experiment was too smooth
· On the weight of the shoe the scale doesn’t start at exactly 0 and I rounded up and down.
What I would do differently if I did this experiment again
· I would come up with an amount of movement for when it was at its pulling force.
· I would get smaller amount of weight to make it more accurate.
· I would find the pulling force on different surfaces and find the average amount of pulling force.
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