Lab Title: How does angle affect range?!
Hypothesis: When using the project stimulator, the lower the angle you set for an object, the
higher the range will end up being regardless of which object you choose.!
Introduction: In this ex
1. Use your data from Table 1 to calculate (to the nearest tenth of
a cm/s) the average speed of the ball for each trial. Record your
answers in Table 1. Be sure to include Table 1
1. Answer the following:
Describe the structure of the Large Hadron Collider and what it does.
It is a particle accelerator. It is 27km long tunnel made mainly of
superconducting magnets which sits 100m underground. It is located
near Geneva which bor
Regan Video Assignment
1. Define gravity. Gravity is the pull towards the center of the
earth as defined in most textbooks. But gravity is really the
attractive force between two objects.
2. What is the difference between mass and weight? Weight is
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
= coefficient of friction
N = normal force = mg = 25 N
1.21 Student Lab Design!
Title: How does affect range?!
Hypothesis: When using the stimulator the lower the angle that you set for an object, the higher
the range will be for the object.!
Introduction: In this experiment you will use the onl
Initial position (cm)
Initial velocity (cm/s)
In example 1, the velocity pretty much remained constant the whole time. The graph of
example one was linear and it had a positive slope. I
Honors Extension (Alternate Project Option #1)
When police investigate a car accident scene, it take several components
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