Table
Time(s)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Position(m)
0
.245
.44
.665
.95
1.30
1.68
2.10
2.58
3.03
3.55
1. Describe the shape of the graph and tell what the shape reveals about the relationship
between the position and time for the motion of the ball.
The shap

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Table
Time(s)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Position(m)
0
0.24
0.43
0.67
0.96
1.30
1.70
2.09
2.54
3.03
3.55
1. Describe the shape of the graph and tell what the shape reveals about the
relationship between the position and time for the motion of the

UNIFORM CIRCULAR
MOTION PROJECT
By,Lander James
Uniform Circular Motion
Uniform circular motion is described as the
motion of an object that is in a circle at a
constant speed. As an object moves in a circle, it
constantly changes its direction. At all in

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Trials
1
2
Distance (cm)
100.0 cm (first section)
100.0 cm (second
section)
100.0 cm (third
section)
400.0 cm (entire
section)
3
4
Time (s)
0.73 (s)
0.68 (s)
Average Speed (cm/s)
136.98 (cm/s)
147.05 (cm/s)
0.63 (s)
158.73 (cm/s)
3.12 (s)
128

1. Compare mass and Weight
A. Mass is a measurement of the amount of matter something contains, while Weight is
the measurement of the pull of gravity on an object.
B. Mass is measured by using a balance comparing a known amount of matter to an
unknown am

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Define gravity: An attractive force that acts between any two objects
What is the difference between mass and weight? Weight is the measure of the gravitational attraction
of an object. Mass is the amount of matter in an object. Weight will c

Name: Lander James
Projectile Simulation
Purpose: To test how far certain projectiles will travel depending on the air resistance.
Introduction: In this lab you will see how far certain projectiles will be launched with the factor
of air resistance.
Mater

Collision 1
Mass (kg)
Red Cart
Blue Cart
2.0
2.0
Initial
Velocity
(m/s)
+50.0
-50.0
Final
Velocity
(m/s)
-50
50
Momentum
Initial
(kg*m/s)
100
-100
Momentum
Final
(kg*m/s)
-100
100
Hypothesis: All collisions experience conservation of momentum.
Elastic Col

Projectile v Distance
Purpose: To test how far each projectile will travel depending on the air resistance?
Introduction: In this experiment you will figure out how far, in meters, different projectiles will travel at
the same speed, altitude, angle, and

3.16 Physics
1. Compare mass and weight:
Mass, measured in kg, is the amount of matter in an object, or particles in an object. It remains
same anywhere in the universe because it is unaffected by gravity or weight. Weight, measured
in Newtons, N, is a fo

Define gravity: An attractive force that acts between any two objects
What is the difference between mass and weight? Weight is the measure of the gravitational attraction
of an object. Mass is the amount of matter in an object. Weight will change on the

Name:
Projectile v Distance
Purpose: To test how far each projectile will travel depending on the air resistance?
Introduction: In this experiment you will figure out how far, in meters, different projectiles will travel at
the same speed, altitude, angle

Trials
1
2
Distance (cm)
100.0 cm (first section)
100.0 cm (second
section)
100.0 cm (third
section)
400.0 cm (entire
section)
3
4
Time (s)
0.71 (s)
0.67 (s)
Average Speed (cm/s)
140.85 (cm/s)
149.25 (cm/s)
0.64 (s)
156.25 (cm/s)
3.09 (s)
129.45 (cm/s)
Ta

Name: Lander James
Projectile Simulation
Purpose: To test how far certain projectiles will travel depending on the air resistance.
Introduction: In this lab you will see how far certain projectiles will be launched with the factor
of air resistance.
Mater