Anyone have a Physics Laboratory Manual?

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by Lloyd, 3rd edition?

I need a big favor. Can anyone scan Laboratory #16 from the book? It's centripetal acceleration of an object in circular motion. I loan the book to someone and I forgot I need to do the Pre-Lab before Monday. Anyone that can help out I would really appreciate it.
 

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tiny-tim
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Hi Flappy! :smile:

You'll find it free online by doing a google book-search (click "Books" on the "More" google drop-down menu) :wink:
 
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Unfortunately google books only shows the first 40 pages of the book. If anyone can scan the lab pages it would be greatly appreciated :)
 
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Oh, looks like I already used my view limits for the book. I'll use my sister's laptop to see if I can view them there. Thanks.
 
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Hmm even on another laptop it says i have reached my viewing limit. Can anyone at least "print screen" the pages? I hate to keep bothering hehe
 
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(just got up :zzz: …)
Hmm even on another laptop it says i have reached my viewing limit. Can anyone at least "print screen" the pages? I hate to keep bothering hehe
Sorry, at the bottom of each page: "Copyright … May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part." :redface:

Go straight to clicking "Contents" on the menu bar, then scroll down and click "Laboratory 16" …

I don't see how that can get you over your limit!
 

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