# Intro to Analysis.xls - Particle 1 Fit 1 Particle 2 Time(s...

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Particle 1 Fit 1 Particle 2 Time(s) Speed (m/s) Time (s) Speed (m/s) 0 0 -0.056444 0 0 1 2.01 1.984056 1 2.23 2 3.91 4.024556 2 5.32 3 6.02 6.065056 3 7.53 4 8.11 8.105556 4 10.4 5 10.3 10.14606 5 12.4 6 12.1 12.18656 6 15.3 7 14.2 14.22706 7 17.4 8 16.3 16.26756 8 20.3 2.0405 -0.056444 0.011128 0.052979 0.999792 0.086195 33624.73 7 249.8184 0.052007 0 1 -2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Particle 1 Rate of change of velocity Column B Column C (∆velocity (m/s))/ ( time ^2 (s))
Particle 2 Fit 1 Time (s) Speed (m/s) 0 0 -0.004889 1 2.23 2.520778 2 5.32 5.046444 3 7.53 7.572111 4 10.4 10.09778 5 12.4 12.62344 6 15.3 15.14911 7 17.4 17.67478 8 20.3 20.20044 2.525667 -0.004889 0.031268 0.148865 0.998928 0.242201 6524.569 7 382.7395 0.410629 0 1 2 3 4 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 Particle 2 Rate of Colum (∆velocity ( time
4 5 6 7 8 9 f change of velocity mn B Column C (m/s))/ ^2 (s))
Summary The experiment was carried out by completing an ananlysis on data of particle speed during a period of tim
me. Possible sources of error could have come from not detecting the exact speed of the particle, be
ecause the detector might have made an error or mistakenly picked up some wind. Other observation
ns i made were that the slope of the first particle was 2.0405 m/s^2, and the slope of particle 2 was 2
2.526 m/s^2. This data shows that Particle 2 had an acceleration of more magnitude.

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