Gravitational Forces Lab Activity

Click HERE to download a pdf copy of the Gravitational Forces Worksheet instructions.

Follow the instructions in the document, and answer the questions it contains. You will use the formula shown above when you make your calculations. Note: You may make up a weight if you do not know or do not want to use your own weight. In addition, you can use Google to find the masses of the earth and the mass of a coin to use as the small object.

Finally, click HERE to download Ms. Clanton's solutions to the worksheet. Make sure you understand and can perform the calculations in the worksheet. Note: Ms. Clanton's solutions will likely be different from yours.

Follow the instructions in the document, and answer the questions it contains. You will use the formula shown above when you make your calculations. Note: You may make up a weight if you do not know or do not want to use your own weight. In addition, you can use Google to find the masses of the earth and the mass of a coin to use as the small object.

Finally, click HERE to download Ms. Clanton's solutions to the worksheet. Make sure you understand and can perform the calculations in the worksheet. Note: Ms. Clanton's solutions will likely be different from yours.

The lab quiz below is open-book and open-note, and you may work on it with your classmates. However, you have only TWO chances in which to complete the lab quiz. You are finished with the lab activity when you are finished with the lab quiz. If you do not complete and submit the lab quiz, you will earn 0/50 for the "Gravitational Forces Lab Activity."