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Dallin LarsonAaron RobedeauHunter Yardley4 September 2019Dune Buggy LabPurpose:To find the relationship between the distance traveled and the time it took over a constant rate of speed.ApparatusDune BuggyStopwatchMeter stickProcedure:Put a meter stick down use tape to show every 10 cm. Put the dune buggy at the 0 cm mark and start it to get the times it takes every 10 cm. Record every 10 cm the times it takes to get to a full meter or 100 cm. The independent variable would be the distance and the dependent variable would be the time
DataEvaluation of DataDistance(cm) vs Time(sec)When we plotted the distance and the time the graph was almost a straight line and with almost aconstant slope. Since the graph was linear there was no need for further analysis. Using the linear
fit model in logger pro we got the equation below. This allows distance to be found at any time with distance being proportional to time but not directly proportional.

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