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Lab Report 3 Title: Projectile Motion Introduction: While doing the projectile motion stimulus, I found it was possible to show how speed and degree angles affect the range of the objects and its base. I learned how degrees and speed correlate with each other when it comes to the projection of an object. The graph shown in the stimulus indicates the shape of the graph and the range of each object from its base. Procedure: I began with setting the projections degree to 5. I then set the initial speed to 15 m/s. Next, I fired the cannon to start the projectile. I continued this process by adding 5 degrees after every fire all the way up to 85. Lastly, I recorded the ranges from the different degrees. Results: As the cannon was fired every 5 degrees, the ranges were only 2-3m apart up until 30 degrees. After reaching 30 degrees the ranges would go from being 1m apart to .1m then 1m then 2-4m. This caused the graph to take the shape of a title wave. Because the degree angles started to go
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