Part b1)Mass (kg)Velocity (m/s)Force (N)Acceleration (m/s2)Time to come to rest (s)stopping distance (m) Lab 4--Part b1) An object with a mass 'm' is moving with an initial speed 'v'and is acted on by a single force ‘F’ in the opposite direction of its motion. Use Excel to determine how long it will take the object to come to rest and how far the object travels until it stops.. i) If the mass is doubled, what is the effect on the time?, on the stopping distance? ii) If the initial velocity is doubled, what is the effect on the time?, on the stopping distance input: mass, initial velocity, force output: acceleration, time to come to rest, stopping distance Part b2)Mass (kg)Fx (N)Fy (N)ax (m/s2)ay (m/s2)2000050000100000time (s)vx(m/s)vy(m/s)v(m/s)x(m)y(m)d (m)00.511.522.533.544.555.566.577.588.599.510 Lab 4--Part b2) A rocket ship, with mass m=40,000kg, and engines mounted perpendicularly in the x and y directions, fires both rockets simultaneously. The engine oriented in the x-direction fires for 3s and shuts off. The engine oriented in the y-direction fires for 7s and shuts off. The force from the engine in the x-direction is 50,000N and the force from the engine in the y-direction is 100,000N. Make a scatter plot of the y-position of each particle as a function of the x-position, showing the trajectory of the rocket. Use Excel to determine the following: i) While the engines are firing, what is the acceleration of the rocket in the x and y directions? ii) After 7s, what is the velocity of the rocket in the x and y directions? iii) After 7s, what is the speed of the rocket? iv) After 7s, how far has the rocket travelled in the x-direction? How far has it travelled in the y-direction?, After 10 s? v) After 7s, what is the displacement of the rocket? After 10 s? Is the displacement of the rocket the same as the distance travelled? Explain. vi) If the mass of the rocket is doubled, what happens to the displacement? Output: ax, ay, vx, vy, x, y, d Rocket Trajectory x y Part a1)Mass (kg)Force (N)Acceleration (m/s2)105010100205020100 Lab 4--Part a1) Use Excel to determine the acceleration for an object with mass 'm' being pulled by a constant, horizontal force (F) on a flat, frictionless surface. i) What happens to the acceleration if the magnitude of the force doubles? ii) What happens to the acceleration if the mass of the object doubles? iii) What happens to the acceleration if both the mass and the force are doubled? Input: mass and force Output: acceleration Part a2)Mass (kg)Angle (degrees)μkμsf_s(max)f_kF_Wsin(q)Acceleration (m/s2)Accelerating or Stationary?400.20.5450.20.54100.20.54150.20.54200.20.54250.20.54260.20.54270.20.54280.20.54290.20.54300.20.54350.20.54400.20.54450.20.54500.20.510500.20.54900.20.5 Lab 4--Part a2) Use Excel to determine the acceleration for an object with mass 'm' sliding down a surface inclined at an angle θ (between 0 and 90 degrees) above the horizontal. The surfac.