# lab 2

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One-Dimensional Kinematics 1. Type the kinematical equations for velocity and position in the x-direction for constant acceleration a x . 2. Copy and paste the measurements of displacement into this box: a) should be the x(t) plot and b) the v x (t) plot. Ensure that the displacement data and data boxes are readable. 3. Copy and paste the measurements of velocity into this box: a) should be the v x (t) plot and b) the x(t) plot. Ensure that the velocity data and data boxes are readable. 4. Copy and paste the measurements of acceleration into this box: a) should be the a x (t) plot, b) the v x (t) plot, and c) the x(t) plot. Ensure that the acceleration data and data boxes are readable. WPI Physics Department 1 PH 1110 2014-15 Name and section number: Emily Stratton AX3E Partner’s name and section number: x= 1 2 at 2 + V 0 t + x 0 V = V n + at V 2 = V 0 2 + 2 a ( ∆ x ) a) b) a) b)

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5. Summarize your results. Be explicit in describing the source of the information in the Table below. Each partner should do Question 6
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