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Lab Report 2 - (IV B1) In this experiment, we dropped a...

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Larger Ball (Radius = 9.5mm) # t (s) # t (s) 1 0.2268 1 0.3188 2 0.2262 2 0.3233 3 0.2270 3 0.3190 4 0.2270 4 0.3185 5 0.2277 5 0.3191 0.2269 0.3197 Deviation = 0.0005 Deviation = 0.0020 d = 0.75m d = 1m # t (s) # t (s) 1 0.3941 1 0.4525 2 0.3933 2 0.4515 3 0.3933 3 0.4520 4 0.3916 4 0.4513 5 0.3914 5 0.4523 0.3927 0.4519 Deviation = 0.0012 Deviation = 0.0005 d = 1.25m d = 1.5m # t (s) # t (s) 1 0.5052 1 0.5704 2 0.5054 2 0.5714 3 0.5053 3 0.5706 4 0.5054 4 0.5684 5 0.5054 5 0.5694 0.5053 0.5700 Deviation = 0.0001 Deviation = 0.0012 # d (m) 1 0.25 0.0515 2 0.50 0.1022 3 0.75 0.1542 4 1.00 0.2042 5 1.25 0.2554 6 1.50 0.3249 (IV B1)  In this experiment, we dropped a mass from a measured height 5 times and found how  long it took to reach the ground. We then repeated the experiment for 6 different heights t av  =  t av  =  t av  =  t av  =  t av  =  t av  =  t av ^2 (s^2)
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Slope  = d = 4.77 (from graph) Therefore g = Slope * 2
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course PHY 158 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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