Unformatted text preview: represents the data as distance approaches zero and thus they do not perfectly agree with each other. 3. The acceleration is equal to the derivative of velocity; in this case the graph of the velocity is linear so we can use the velocity to calculate acceleration. The acceleration is -1.52 m/s^2 which is not a reasonable answer compared to the acceleration of gravity which is -9.8 m/s^2. 4. To find the original velocity we used the equation from the best-fit line. The initial velocity is 3.2 m/s. 5....
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- Spring '08
- Derivative, 9.8 m/s, best-fit line, 3.2 m/s, 1.52 m/s, Julian Hart Physics