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RUNNING HEAD: Graph Matching and Motion on an Incline Perla rodriguez Lab report: Graph Matching and Motion on an Incline Hammond high magnet school I confirm that this is my own work and is the final version. I have acknowledged each use of the words or ideas of another person, whether written, oral, or visual. -

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RUNNING HEAD: Graph Matching and Motion on an Incline Graph matching T HE OBJECTIVE OF THE EXPERIMENT By plotting graphs, the student utilized one of the most effective methods for describing motion. The graphs plotted include position, velocity and acceleration vs time. The findings of the graphs served as a visual graphical representation to help determine the direction in which the object it is going, the speed it is traveling, and whether or not is it gaining speed slowly or quickly. The student used a motion detector 1 to determine the information needed to complete this experiment. The student used their own motion alongside with the motion of their lab partners also completing the experiment to determine their motion within the class room. Objectives: 1. Analyze the motion of the student and their lab partners walking across the room. 2. Predicting, sketching, and testing different kinematics graphs. M ATERIALS Computer Vernier computer interface Logger Pro Vernier Motion Detector Meter stick Masking tape P RELIMINARY QUESTIONS The student must match the position vs time graphs with its corresponding situation. 1 a motion detector measures the time it takes for a high-frequency sound pulse to travel from the motion to an object. the qualitative analysis of the graphs of the student’s motion will aid in the development of the students understanding in the subject of kinematics.
RUNNING HEAD: Graph Matching and Motion on an Incline a. An object at rest a. Answer: ii b. An object moving in the positive direction with a constant speed a. Answer: iv c. An object moving in the negative direction with a constant speed a. Answer: i d. An object that is accelerating in the positive direction, beginning at rest a. Answer: iii The student must match the velocity vs time graphs with its corresponding situation.

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