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Physics Lab Write-up #5

Physics Lab Write-up #5 - Motion:PositionandTime...

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Motion: Position and Time June 17, 2009 Purpose In this experiment, students will gain familiarity with the concepts of position, velocity,  and time and how they are related and depicted graphically. Also, they will observe the  connections between position, velocity, acceleration, and time. Hypothesis Time will always be located on the x-axis, while position and velocity will be located on  the y-axis. Materials -support rod -computer with Data Studio -Science Workshop Station -motor sensor Procedure Position vs. Time 1) The Motion Sensor was connected to Data Studio. 2) The document titled position “motor_sensor_walk.ds” was opened, and the  document displayed a graph of position vs. time. The graph also showed position  and time values that were entered into the graph. 3) The motion sensor was placed on the lab table so that its beam was about chest  high.
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