Early Math Assignments from Keller

Early Math Assignments from Keller - Donovan Miske 132...

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Donovan Miske 132 Keller Simple Harmonic Motion Experiment 1. I computed and graphed my approximations by calculating an average rate of change between the data at every interval using Google Spreadsheet. 2. Then I computed the average rates of change between that data and the data following. Thus giving me a change in velocity in relation to time from the height in relation to time data. Then I did the same with the change in velocity to get a data set describing the acceleration. 3. H=aCos(bt+x)+c In the above standard notation for a sine function then c would correspond to equilibrium height. Because c is a point of reference above the x axis when the function is carried executed. By interpolating a function I determined c = .71. 4. In the above standard notation for a sine function then a would correspond to amplitude. The mid point bobs up and down the equilibrium height. In doing so we could assume that a force downward is restored by a force upward those creating an amplitude. By interpolating a function I determined a = .13
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