Physics II workshop_Part_12

Physics II workshop_Part_12 - Analyzing the Motion of a...

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26 Analyzing the Motion of a Ball Thrown Vertically Predict 1. Consider holding a ball, tossing it vertically, and then catching it. Predict the graphs of position, velocity, and acceleration for the ball and sketch these on the left on the figures below. Include the time before you toss the object and after you catch it . Predicted Graphs Measured Graphs
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27 Experiment 2. After you have made predictions, assemble your experiment. Clamp a rod to the table, a second rod at the top and the motion sensor pointing down. Set-up the LabPro for data collection and connect a motion sensor to Dig/Sonic 1 . Copy the file K200BallThrownVert.xmbl to MyDocuments and open it. Zero the sensor (Cntrl-0). The experiment file is set up so that motion away from the detector (down) is negative. Finding the file : Connect to the Team Physics 311 folder in the Students section of the server SVPHY01 on the Science Building Zone. Also in the students section is an installer for the software. RIT has a site license with unlimited copies for students at RIT. You will not be able to access this from outside
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