lab #4 - Laboratory/Discussion 4 Worksheet: Part one:...

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Laboratory/Discussion 4 Worksheet: Part one: Height above box (m) Crater Diameter (cm) Length of Longest Ray (cm) 0.25 1.5 cm 0.5 cm 0.5 2 cm 1 cm 1 2 cm 3 cm Part two: Relative Weight of Object Crater Diameter Length of Longest Ray Light 3 cm 2.5 cm Heavy 3 cm 4 cm (Drawings are attached) Exercises: 1. Do your crater show all the features expected in an impact crater? If not, why not? Our crater shows the features expected in an impact crater because it shows us if the crater is dropped from a far distance then the surface will deepen when the crater drops. The materials or dirt around the crater will spread around the crater, showing us how the drop impacts the surface. 2. How do the diameter of a crater and length of the longest ray change as the impact energy (i.e. height) increases? The diameter of a crater and length of the longest ray changes as the impact energy increases in that it is larger when then impact energy increases. When the energy increases, we can see that the marble goes deeper down into the surface, and creates a larger outer ring/ray. 3.
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2010 for the course GE CLU 70a taught by Professor Tony during the Fall '10 term at UCLA.

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