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equations cannot be easily typed.] 1. Pushing in positive y-direction y = 0.1522x + 0.0395 y=mx+b Position(m)=m time(s)+b Units of slope must be m/s and units of b must be meters The slope of the graph = the velocity of the cart The intercept is the initial position at time=0 2. Pushing in the negative y-direction y = -0.2571x + 0.0054 y=mx+b Position(m)=m time(s)+b Units of slope must be m/s and units of b must be meters The slope of the graph = the velocity of the cart The intercept is the initial position at time=0 3. Pushing in positive y-direction then bumped with hand and goes negative y-direction y = -0.0313x + 0.3176 y=mx+b Position(m)=m time(s)+b Units of slope must be m/s and units of b must be meters The slope of the graph = the velocity of the cart The intercept is the initial position at time=0 PHYS 1010 – page 4
Lab Assignment Sheet Diagrammatic Model(s): [Digital pictures or diagrams created within MS Word would be included here.] 1. Pushing in positive y-direction 2. Pushing in negative y-direction 3. Pushing in positive y-direction then bumped with hand and goes negative y-direction PHYS 1010 – page 5
Lab Assignment Sheet Verbal Representation: 1. Pushing in positive y-direction Position is linearly related to time for an object moving with a constant velocity. The final position(m) is equal to the velocity(m/s) time(s) + initial position(m). 2. Pushing in negative y-direction Position is linearly related to time for an object moving with a constant velocity. In this case, as compared to the previous one, the velocity will be negative. The final position(m) is equal to the velocity(m/s) time(s) + initial position(m). 3. Pushing in positive y-direction then bumped with hand and goes negative y-direction Position is linearly related to time for an object moving with a constant velocity. Position moved in a positive direction then in a negative direction. This created a negative slope value which in this case, will make the velocity negative. The final position(m) is equal to the velocity(m/s) time(s) + initial position(m). PHYS 1010 – page 6