Lab 104 writeup

Lab 104 writeup - Robert Crescenzi PhysLab 111A 9/13/10 Lab...

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Robert Crescenzi PhysLab 111A 9/13/10 Lab #104: Creating Motion Graphs Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to understand and create motion graphs. Throughout this experiment I will perform different speeds and displacement according to the instructions provided by the lab manual. Objective: The objective of this experiment is to use the motion detector to create distance x vs. time t and velocity v vs. time t graphs of various forms of one-dimensional motion. Materials: 1 x Computer with ULI (or LabPro) interface 1 x Motion sensor 1 x Stand or tripod 1 x Right angle clamp 1 x Fork clamp Procedures: I connected the motion detector to port 2 of ULI, made sure that the red light was on, and tested it on LoggerPro to make sure that the device was properly functioning. 2 graphs were displayed on the program; distance over time and velocity over time graphs. My colleagues managed the equipment and recorded data while I performed the instructions over the motion sensor with a flat object to reduce error.
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The first procedure part A was starting at ½ meter from the sensor and to walk to 3 meters from the sensor (the point of origin) within an elapsed time of 10 seconds while the
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course PHYS 111A taught by Professor Universal during the Fall '10 term at NJIT.

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Lab 104 writeup - Robert Crescenzi PhysLab 111A 9/13/10 Lab...

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