Ravi Melwani
Mr. Lynch
Physics 1 Honors
12 December 2013
Analysis
Part 1
1. Directly proportional A relationship between two variables in which one is a
constant multiple of the other. In particular, when one variable changes the other
changes in proporti

Ravi Melwani
Partner: Morgan H
25 October, 2013
Mr. Lynch
Physics 1Honors
Lab 3: Acceleration of a Free Falling Object
Objective: To find the acceleration of an object at free fall, only having the influence of
gravitational force.
Part 1: Spark Tape Expe

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Melwani
Ravi Melwani
Mr. Lynch
Physics 1 Honors
2 April 2014
Partners: Ellie S, Maria L
Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
Objective: To be able to determine the fundamental difference between elastic and
inelastic collisions through varied collisions of

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Melwani
Ravi Melwani
Mr. Lynch
Physics 1 Honors, Block 3
16 April 2014
Partners: Ellie S, Maria L
Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
Objective: To be able to determine the fundamental differences of momentum/kinetic
energy between elastic and inelastic co

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Melwani
Ravi Melwani
Partners: Caroline F. & Kelsey O
Mr. Lynch
Physics 1 Honors
7 March 2014
Determining Efficiency Through the Relationship with Energy
Objective:
To design an experiment to find the efficiency of a ball-and-ramp system by testing the

Ravi Melwani
Partners: Kelsey OConnor, Nadia Uberoi
Position, Time, and Velocity of the Motion of a Small Car
Objective To match the cars position vs. time graph to the graphs of motion given.
Discussion
1. If the graph shows the object starting from a po

Ravi Melwani
Partners: Alex Geyelin
Lab 2: Distance, Time, Velocity, and Acceleration of a Hot-WheelsTM Car
Objective: To find the acceleration of a Hot-WheelsTM Car on two different ramps with
differing slopes.
Analysis (1+2)
Data: Velocities for Each Ti

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Melwani
Ravi Melwani
Mr. Lynch
Physics 1H
12 November 2013
Racing Lab
In general, did the person who had the highest instantaneous speed throughout the
race win? Why or why not?
o No, they actually did not because of the curve on the track. Curving on t

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Melwani
Ravi Melwani
Mr. Lynch
Physics 1 Honors
6 December 2013
Projectile Lab of Two Launches at Horizontal and 35 Angles
Measured Calculations:
Height of Launcher 81.50cm
Angle of Launch (for part 2) - 35
Objective for Part 1: To determine the launc

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Melwani
Ravi Melwani
Mr. Lynch
Physics 1 Honors
17 November 2013
Projectile Launcher at Different Angles Prelab
Objective for Part 1: To determine the launch speed of a ball fired out of a projectile
launcher horizontally in three trials in identical co