Time (s)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Position (m)
0
0.245
0.44
0.665
0.95
1.30
1.68
2.10
2.58
3.03
3.55
1. The shape reveals that position and time are directly related. The positions become
apart from each other because the ball accelerates more as its going
1. Formula is I = mr^2
M = Mass = 0.25
R = Radius = 0.5 m
I = (0.25) (0.5) ^2 0.25 X 0.5 = 0.125
0.125 Squared = 0.353553 = Inertia
2. I = mr^2
I/m = mr^2
Root both sides
The kg cancels out each other and m^2 is brought down to m
Divide the constants = 1.
Distance
(m)
Time (s)
Acceleration
due to
gravity
(m/s^2
Average g
value for
the location
(m/s^2)
Earth
2.25
0.682
9.74 m/s
9.76 m/s
3.08
Moon
4.04
0.796
9.76 m/s
2.18
1.66 m/s
1.76 m/s
4.57
Mars
4.68
3.55
2.28
1.78 m/s
3.74
3.74 m/s
1.38
3.72 m/s
3.73 m/
1. Formula is I = mr^2
M = Mass = 0.25
R = Radius = 0.5 m
I = (0.25) (0.5) ^2 0.25 X 0.5 = 0.125
0.125 Squared = 0.015625 = Inertia
2. I = mr^2
I/m = mr^2
Root both sides
The kg cancels out each other and m^2 is brought down to m
Divide the constants = 1.
1. You cant trust your senses because your senses react to the moment and not the reality
of whats happening. I placed my finger in the cold water and then the warm water and
my finger got warm and when I put it in the cold water my finger got cold.
2. 1.
ASSIGNMENT 3.09
1. What does the Large Hadron Collider do?
The large Hadron Collider sends lead ions or protons flying into each other close to the speed of
light.
2. Describe the structure of the Large Hadron Collider.
Its a 27km tunnel that is made main
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1.21 Student Design Lab
Air Resistance v. Projectiles
Hypothesis:
As air resistance increases, the range, height, and time it takes for a projectile that is launched in
the shape of a parabola decreases.
Introduction
When shooting an object
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1.23 STUDENT LAB REPORT
1.23: The Cannon Lab
Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to test how far a pumpkin travels when
changing the launch angle and keeping a constant speed, mass, and diameter.
Hypothesis: I hypothesize that the pumpkin w
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2.29: KEPLER KINGDOM (HONORS)
The Development of the Radar
Radar is usually taken for granted in these days of modern technology. Many people do not
know how radar is really used, how it works, or why we need it. People are familiar with
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3.09 PHYSICS
Particle Accelerator and
Fundamental Forces
1. Describe the structure of the Large Hadron Collider and what it does.
2. Are the scientists observing the Higgs Boson directly or indirectly? Provide
at least one detail to supp
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3.26: NEWTON'S NOOK (HONORS)
1. A 25 N object requires a 5.0 N to start moving over a horizontal surface.
What is the coefficient of static friction?
Applied force - f = 0. f = Friction force = N where = coefficient of
friction and N = norm
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3.24: ANGULAR MOMENTUM TUTORIAL
1. Each year at a college, there is a tradition of having a hoop rolling
competition. Alex rolls his 0.25 kg hoop down the course. If the hoop has a
radius of 0.5 m, what is the moment of inertia of Alexs ro