Constant Acceleration From Rest Lab Report

Constant Acceleration From Rest Lab Report - 3.930 .418...

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Time Time 2 Position Velocity X t 2 X t v t Sean Daehn Constant Acceleration From Rest Lab Report Vertical Purpose: to develop mathematical models for particles accelerating from rest. \ Apparatus: Procedure: we had the vertical drop so we had to put our ball in a device then release the ball. Then the time started. Then the ball reached the landing pad which stopped the time. We repeated this process until we reached the top of the pole. Data: position with respect to time. t,(s) t 2 ,(s) x,(m) v,(m/s) 0 0 0 0 .082 .006 .03 .259 .106 .011 .05 .893 .13 .016 .08 1.166 .147 .021 .1 1.406 .164 .026 .13 1.570 .177 .031 .15 1.734 .192 .036 .18 1.889
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Sean Daehn .201 .04 .20 2.074 .229 .052 .25 2.222 .246 .06 .30 2.414 .267 .071 .35 2.597 .285 .081 .40 2.783 .304 .092 .45 2.951 320 .102 .50 3.120 .334 .111 .55 3.282 .35 .122 .60 3.432 .369 .136 .65 3.561 .378 .142 .70 3.711 .393 .154 .75 3.826 .403 .162 .80
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Unformatted text preview: 3.930 .418 .177 .85 3.986 Sean Daehn Conclusion: Relationships: x t 2 Directly Related v t Directly Related Models: x=( 4.89m/s/s)t 2 , x=1/2at 2 v=(11.09m/s/s)t , v=at Slopes: 4.9m/s/s= acceleration/2=1/2a 9.89m/s/s= acceleration=a Explanation: the relationships are that the particle accelerates whether it be vertically dropped or rolled down a ramp. Acceleration is the steady increase in speed of a particle. The higher that you drop something, the higher the velocity will be when it reaches the ground. The models will give you an answer simply by entering in the variables like the velocity for example. The slopes are the speed at which the ball increased each second that it fell....
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2010 for the course ACC 12 taught by Professor Mrs.k during the Spring '10 term at Univerzita Komenského v Bratislave.

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