Lab Manual E3 - Projectile Motion

Lab Manual E3 - Projectile Motion

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PHYS211 Lab Experiment 3 Projectile Motion Objective: The objective of this experiment is to measure the speed at which a projectile leaves a spring gun and to predict the landing point when the projectile is fired at a nonzero angle of elevation. Equipment: Beck ballistic Pendulum (spring gun) Metal Ball Protractor A4 papers & piece of carbon paper Meter stick (3) Ruler Block to incline spring gun Theory:
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Procedure: Important Notes Please ensure you include the following details for your lab report discussions:
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