Projectile Motion PHY113 - 1

Projectile Motion PHY113 - 1 - Projectile Motion Objective:...

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Projectile Motion Objective: The objective of this experiment was to test Newton’s law for simple projectile motion. It was also used to validate the kinematics model of Newton’s simple law for projectile motion. Experimental Procedures: The equipment that is need to conduct this experiment includes an inclined plane, guided track, Science Workshop interface, photo gates, time of flight accessory, a metal ball, carbon transfer paper, and a meter stick. The inclined plane is placed into the guided track. One of the photo gates is placed at the transition between the inclined plane and the track and the second one is placed at the end of the table before the ball falls off of the table. The time of flight accessory is placed on the floor where the ball will strike it. A piece of notebook paper and then the carbon transfer paper are then placed on the time of flight accessory. To start the experimentation you must first open the pre-set experiment file PHY113 Projectile. This will record the time intervals. The start button must be
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