2 If the ball in Question 1 is traveling at a known horizontal velocity when it

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  2. If the ball in Question 1 is traveling at a known horizontal velocity when it starts to fall, explain how you would calculate how far it will travel before it hits the ground. 3. A pair of computer-interfaced Photogates/Motion Detector can be used to accurately measure the time interval for an object to break the beam of one Photogate/Motion Detector and then another. If you wanted to know the velocity of the object, what additional information would you need? 4 - 2 Physics with Computers
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Projectile Motion DATA TABLE 1 TABLE 2 Trial Velocity (m/s) 1 1.364 Maximum velocity 1.366 m/s 2 1.362 Minimum velocity 1.354 m/s 3 1.361 Average velocity 1.361 m/s 4 1.359 Table height 0.907 m 5 1.365 Predicted impact point 0.590 m 6 1.354 Minimum impact point distance 0.580 m 7 1.366 Maximum impact point distance 0.590 m 8 1.355 Actual impact point distance 0.572 m 9 1.363 10 1.366 Physics with Computers 4 - 3
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