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Unformatted text preview: Analysis The experiment shows that the average initial velocity of the metal ball thrown into air by a projectile launcher is 5.028 m/s wherein it is derive from the ration of the horizontal distance and time. Moreover, results of the experiment display that the actual value of the range or the horizontal distance travelled by the ball given the velocity acquired from the first part of the experiment is 2.234 m, both for angles 30 and 60. With these, a percentage difference not greater than 5% is acquired, implying that the experimental value of the range is accurate and precise, that is the measurements are near to the actual value and near to each other. The outcomes of the test also imply that the actual value of the maximum height travelled by the ball given the velocity acquired from the first part of the experiment is 0.322 m and 0.967 m, both for angles 30 and 60 respectively. With these, also a 0....
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course PHY 10L taught by Professor Agguire during the Summer '11 term at Mapúa Institute of Technology.
- Summer '11