Experiment 1 Graph Matching

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Domnique Newallo HPHY 154L 26 January 2011 Experiment 1 Graph Matching Objectives: Analyze the motion of a student. Use analysis to test and predict position vs. time and velocity vs. time kinematics graph. Theory: Using a graph, it is possible to determine what direction an object is going, speed, distance and whether the speed is constant. Materials: Computer Vernier computer interface Logger Pro software Vernier Motion Detector Meter stick Masking tape Figure. 1
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: Part 1 1. Connect motion detector so that it points to open space about 4 meters long 2. Use masking tape and meter stick to mark one meter, two meters, three meters and four meters position from the motion detector. 3. Open “01a Graph Matching” from the Physics with Computers folder on computer. 4. Use Logger Pro software to produce graph of motion using a constant velocity. To do this, stand about one meter from the motion detector and have lab partner click Collect button. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2011 for the course PHYS 134 taught by Professor How during the Spring '11 term at Atlanta Met.

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