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Analysis The results of the experiment show that the average speed of the dynamics cart  is decreasing from 79.90 cm/s down to 76.36 cm/s as the position and time of the cart  is increasing. Moreover, results display that the value of acceleration due to gravity using the  cart’s acceleration is around 948.48 cm/s 2   implying a 3.24% error compared to the  actual value of 980 cm/s 2  which shows that the measurements are accurate but not  precise, that is the extents are near to the actual value of g but not near to each other.  The results also imply that the value of time decreases as the acceleration  increases while the value of sin  increases as acceleration increases.   θ Further, the experiment confirms that the acceleration due to gravity using the  picket fence and the smart timer is around 984.88 having a 0.50% error implying that  the measurements by the smart timer are accurate and precise, that is the quantities 
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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.

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