Experiment#3 Physics

Experiment#3 Physics - CarbonBlock PVC pipe marble Lab...

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PVC pipe Figure: 1 Lab stand Block Carbon Paper marble Randy Brackins Experiment #3 Date of Experiment: 09/09/09 Date of Submission: 09/16/09 Team Members: Sean Blood, Mary Stewert Experiment #3 Projectile Motion Purpose: The purpose of this experiment was to calculate the Velocity of a projectile from different ranges and height. Apparatus: PVC pipe. Lab stand, wooden blocks, meter stick, carbon paper and Marble.
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Method: In this lab, we used PVC pipe to launch the marble from different heights and where “Y” which is the distance from the PVC and the ground was a set constant. The marble was released from the starting height and observed where it touched the ground. This distance from the end of the PVC pipe to where it touched the ground was measured by the range. Secondly, the height was set constant and this measurement and “Y” has different measures, however like “Y” the range is measured as well. In this experiment, velocity is verified by calculation, since velocity is proportional to the
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