The following lab report is a physics experiment of Atwood's machine. As the lab report suggests, Atwood's machine is a physical device used to measure the acceleration due to gravity and the student the dependence of acceleration on net force and the total mass of the system. The Atwood's Machine's lab report illustrates two figures showcasing smart pulleys and schematics of a typical Atwood's experiment. As figure 1 illustrates, Atwood's machine consists of two masses draped over the pulley. Figure 2 illustrates how two masses, m1 and m2, can either balance each other or exert a net unbalanced force and set the system in motion. Such lab reports are very crucial for physics students. So, use EdrawMax Online to create similar lab reports because the tool has a drag-and-drop feature, making it extremely easier for you to create reports with multiple and yet complex diagrams.