physics 6a lab3

physics 6a lab3 - 0.519 0.183 0.03 0.3615 63.4746 6.15...

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Derek Pan Physiscs 6aL (Benson) Lab# 3 Energy Transformation Prelab: Question 1: they are directly correlated (linear) Question 2: they are directly correlated (linear) Question 3: meters/second^2 is not accounted for (acceleration). The gravity of the earth gives an acceleration of 9.8m/second^2 Question 4: PE=kmgh K=1 PE=mgh Question 5: KE=0.5mv^2
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B (height of block): 2cm Time Distance Velocit y Height KE PE 2.9355 0.861 -0.341 0.023 12.55 48.66386 3.355 0.7088 -0.324 0.026 11.33 55.01132 3.774 0.574 -0.262 0.029 7.41 61.35878 4.193 0.511 -0.139 0.03 2.09 63.4746 4.612 0.416 -0.058 0.0314 0.36 66.43675 5 0.462 -0.002 0.0314 0.0004 66.43675 5.311 0.478 0.079 0.031 0.674 65.59042 5.531
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Unformatted text preview: 0.519 0.183 0.03 0.3615 63.4746 6.15 0.612 0.254 0.028 6.965 59.24296 6.849 0.823 0.334 0.024 12.7 50.77968 Distance vs Time using the rangefinder Distance time Velocity vs Time using the rangefinder Velocity Time 6.The data does support that PE+KE=constant. As the value of PE rises, the value of KE drops and vise versa. Therefore, their sums will be about the same for each point. (their sums being the constant) 7.When the glider hits the rubber band at the end, the KE=0 and PE=0 as well since height=0 at that point. The energy has been transferred to the rubber band....
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