Motion in 1 and 2 Dimensions.
Clip One: Position Vs. Time Graph
Clip One: Velocity Vs. Time Graph
Connor Griffin, Louis Kiddell, Jake Desormeaux
1. The line of best fit is in a straight linear line, which describes the
Terminal Velocity Worksheet: Chapter 4, Physics 20
Activity #1: 
Attach a parachute to a paratrooper, and do a test drop to see if the paratrooper
and chute appear to reach terminal velocity when dropped. Go
Newtons 3 Laws: Physics 20 Lab
Newtons First Law: Resting Volleyball
An object with no net force acting on it moves with a constant velocity.
Newtons first law relates to this volleyball on the court at rest because there is no
net force b
February 20th, 2015
The position vs. time graph tells us that the ball is moving to the right because the
graph is showing positive velocity. You can tell that the ball is moving at a constant
velocity because the points plotted on the graph
This federal grant would give interesting insight and perspective to the impacts that
the socioeconomics of neighborhoods have on the development of children.
This grant however useful is controversial because it clomes into the question of
Force Sensor Lab:
Physics 20, Chapter 3
1. a) The magnitude of our force at rest is 513N. This force represents Jakes weight in
newtons. This weight in Newtons is a result of the force of gravity acting upon the mass
of the object (Jake).
Graph #1 (X Dimension):
Length of pendulum - 0.78 m (meters)
Mass of the pendulum bob - 80.0 g (grams)
Predicted time for one complete oscillation:
I predicted that the period of oscillations is 1.77 s given the length of the st