## Can anyone live chat help me right now?

I'm working on a crucial huge assignment, and I was wondering if anyone experienced in physics could talk to me one on one asap please? It's beginner AP Physics B homework.
Thank you so much for your help.
My lab is the first AP Physics lab we've gotten.
We have two spring scales measuring a mass and we are to measure the force on the scales as the angle of it increases. The question is titled:

The measurements are:
15 degrees - 5 N
30 degrees- 5 N
45 degrees- 5.1 N
60 degrees- 5.5 N
75 degrees - 5.6 N
90 degrees- 6.5 N
105- 7.5 N
120 degrees - 9 N

 Quote by 123lar I'm working on a crucial huge assignment, and I was wondering if anyone experienced in physics could talk to me one on one asap please? It's beginner AP Physics B homework. Thank you so much for your help.
Yes, I can assist you, but where is the question? Without that, this thread is considered to be removed. Remember to indicate the questions AND the attempts. This way, I or we are able to help you.

Thank you!
 Okay sorry My lab is the first AP Physics lab we've gotten. We have two spring scales measuring a mass and we are to measure the force on the scales as the angle of it increases. The question is titled: 4. Mathematically find all the vector componenets nd confirm your calculated data with your scale reading

## Can anyone live chat help me right now?

The measurements are:
15 degrees - 5 N
30 degrees- 5 N
45 degrees- 5.1 N
60 degrees- 5.5 N
75 degrees - 5.6 N
90 degrees- 6.5 N
105- 7.5 N
120 degrees - 9 N

 Quote by 123lar I'm working on a crucial huge assignment, and I was wondering if anyone experienced in physics could talk to me one on one asap please? It's beginner AP Physics B homework. Thank you so much for your help. My lab is the first AP Physics lab we've gotten. We have two spring scales measuring a mass and we are to measure the force on the scales as the angle of it increases. The question is titled: 4. Mathematically find all the vector componenets nd confirm your calculated data with your scale reading The measurements are: 15 degrees - 5 N 30 degrees- 5 N 45 degrees- 5.1 N 60 degrees- 5.5 N 75 degrees - 5.6 N 90 degrees- 6.5 N 105- 7.5 N 120 degrees - 9 N
I am assuming that the given values for the component is above the horizontal of the +x direction.

For each problem, use these formulas:

F_x = F * cos(θ) [horizontal]
F_y = F * sin(θ) [vertical]

That is just for part 4.

 Quote by NasuSama I am assuming that the given values for the component is above the horizontal of the +x direction. For each problem, use these formulas: F_x = F * cos(θ) [horizontal] F_y = F * sin(θ) [vertical] That is just for part 4.
Im sorry, but could you go into a little more depth about what you mean there?
In my graph, x is force and y is the angle
and how do i know what θ is?

 Quote by 123lar Im sorry, but could you go into a little more depth about what you mean there? In my graph, x is force and y is the angle and how do i know what θ is?
θ stands for the angle. That is all I can say. y is the same as θ.