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Physics_lab_109 - LAB 109: VELOCITY AS A FUNCTION OF TIME...

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LAB 109: VELOCITY AS A FUNCTION OF TIME AND DISTANCE AT CONSTANT ACCELERATION Mariam Selevany, Mohammed Ahmed, Abdul Wali, Andre Amparo, Alfred Continanza Mr. Chiranjivi Lamsal Physics 111A 9-16-10 Introduction: In this experiment, we attempted to measure the constant acceleration of an object by using 2 different apparatus’. Procedure: -Place the first photo gate 30 cm from the top of the track and then place the 2 nd photo gate at the 50 cm mark from the top of the track. -Measure the values for .30 cm-.50 cm, than do it again for the interval of 30-75. And continue on in 25 cm intervals until you reach 1.75 m. -Record values using LoggerPro lab109 part 1 file. -Record results in a table. -For Part 2 of the lab place the motion sensor at the end of the air track and mount the sound reflector on the glider. Do not change the angle of inclination of the air track. -Than disconnect and remove the photo gates since the sound reflector is too large to pass under them. Then open LoggerPro file lab109 Part 11.
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2010 for the course CHEM 305893 taught by Professor Oprychal during the Spring '10 term at NJIT.

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