Allyson Warren Physics 1 Lab 1

Allyson Warren Physics 1 Lab 1 - approximately square and...

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Understanding Graphs of Motion 1. To demonstrate your ability to acquire data and follow the motion templates of Parts I and II, please copy and paste an example graph from each of the four templates 0-3 in the box below. Template 0 should be just to the right of a), template 1 just to the right of b), etc. Format the graphs such that they are approximately square and about the same size and such that the four graphs take up the rest of this page. Question 2 goes onto the next page. WPI Physics Department 1 PH 1110 A09, nab@wpi.edu a) b) c) d) Name and Section: Allyson Warren C04 Partner’s Name and Section: Amanda Clark C04
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2. To demonstrate your understanding of the kinematical variables x, v x , and a x , please copy and paste an example graph for each of the prescriptions 1-4 of Part III. As above, prescription 1 should be just to the right of a), prescription 2 just to the right of b), etc. Format the graphs such that they are
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Unformatted text preview: approximately square and about the same size and such that the four graphs take up most of the rest of the page. Each partner should do Question 3 individually, so save two copies of this file under different names before continuing. Remember to change the order of your name and your partners name at the beginning of the file. Save the file again after typing in your answer and before you submit it for grading through myWPI. 3. In a few sentences in the box below, describe your motion after you leave lab today in terms of three-dimensional position or displacement, velocity, and acceleration. WPI Physics Department 2 PH 1110 A09, nab@wpi.edu a) x increasing Vx constant b) x decreasing, ax positive c) Vx positive, ax positive d) Vx negative, ax negative After lab today I walked at a relatively constant velocity with little to no acceleration approximately a quarter mile from Olin Hall to East Hall....
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