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Kelli Heaton && Clara Katz Question If the speed increases will that affect the distance of the object? Hypothesis If the speed increases then the object will go farther because of the amount of force pushing on it. Variables The manipulated variable is the speed and the responding variable is the length. Procedure 1. Open Projectile Motion application 2. Push green “Run Now” 3. Chose ‘tank shell’ 4. Have your angle as 9.2 degrees, mass as 150 kg, and diameter as 0.15 m.
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Unformatted text preview: 5. Type in the speed as 20 m/s 6. Record distance (m) 7. Repeat with speeds 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, and 80 m/s Speed (m/s) Distance (m) 20 17.98 30 35 40 58.6 50 85 60 117 70 158.8 80 203.4 Conclusion Once the speed increased the object went a farther distance. When it was at 20 m/s it went 17.98m but when it increased to 30 m/s the distance was 35 m then it went up to 58.6m, 85 m, 117 m, 158.8 m, then to 203.4 m. This was a fair test....
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