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### Acceleration - Lab

Course: PHY 212, Spring 2012
School: Pima CC
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Venger Experiment Nathan 5: Acceleration Date Experiment Conducted : 02/22/12 PHY121 Course 23252 Abstract The acceleration of the marble with a mass of 0.06 kg is calculated by the recording of time as it passes a designated distance on an inclined plane. Acceleration is calculated from a = v/t. Additionally the lab report concludes that the greater the degree above the horizontal (creating a steeper...

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