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LAB Repot 3 - Lab 3: Projectile Motion Monday 6:20-8:10pm...

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Lab 3: Projectile Motion Monday 6:20-8:10pm Abstract This lab is used to test the accuracies of the kinematics models for projectile motion. Projectile Launcher and plastic ball, photogates, plumb ball, carbon paper, photogate bracket, metric ruler, white paper, GA were used to get the data. There are three parts in this lab. Part A got the initial speed of the ball is 280.1±0.45 cm/s, Part B the percent difference between the predicated value and the resulting average distance when shot at 52 degrees is 7.10%. The result in Part C also shows that the difference between theoretical distances and experimental distances is around 7cm. Those errors in this lab are also very small and acceptable.
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Objective The objective of this lab is to test the validity of the kinematics model for simple projectile motion. Procedure There are three parts in this lab. In part A, the ball was shot three times at a degree of 52 and used the timing program to measure the time between ball blocking the two photogates. In part B, the ball was shot seven times at 52 degrees and
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2011 for the course ENG 108 taught by Professor Sands during the Spring '11 term at ASU.

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LAB Repot 3 - Lab 3: Projectile Motion Monday 6:20-8:10pm...

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