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Procedure: 1) Set up the force table. Mount the first pulley on the 10 degree mark and hang the 200 g the mass of the hanger. then mount the second pulley on the 100 degree mark and hang the 270 g. including the weight of the hanger.Determine the resultan graphically.

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  1. It looks like you are being asked to perform a force table experiment. We can't do that for you. Somewhat more detialed etter instructions on how to proceed can be found at:
    http://tigre.ucr.edu/dipen/phy4a/force_table.htm

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