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PhysAug25 - Hypothesis: preliminary questions Procedure:...

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August 25 Physics
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Homework check
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In: Wile E. Coyote is dropped from a cliff, and lands 6 seconds later. How high is the cliff?
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Objective: To measure the acceleration due to gravity to .5% precision. Success criteria Explain precision and accuracy
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Picket fence freefall lab Problem: to measure the acceleration due to gravity to .5% precision. Background information: 5 important items
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Unformatted text preview: Hypothesis: preliminary questions Procedure: Diagram Data: Table Precision vs Accuracy Uncertainty: (Max-Min)/2 Precision: uncertainty/average x 100 Accuracy: Error %= measured actual x 100 actual Synthesis I own/I dont understand Out: why is precision important in an experiment?...
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