Karsten Barbagelata/
10/2/15
Nicole Evans/Micela Shay
Lab 5: Galileos Experiment
Introduction: This lab is designed to create a approach to apply different ways of calculating
acceleration. Using a moving glider down an inclined air track, we use recorded
Summary:
This lab was designed to introduce the concept of Pi, and further explore the principle of
uncertainty. We explore this concept by re-creating a procedure to obtain Pi. Our lab groups
further developed an understanding of measurement, and again w
Karsten Barbagelata/Daryn Wescott
9/25/15
Vectors Lab
Introduction: This lab was meant to serve as a practice for Vector use. The lab was to
demonstrate many properties and concepts about vectors. For example, the lab primarily
showed that one vector coul
Karsten Barbagelata/Mindy Maryhush
Derrick Sekuterski/Darryn Wescott
Lab 6: Turkey Shoot
10/9/15
Introduction: In this lab, we demonstrated 2 dimensional motion, and used kinetic equations to
predict the range of a launcher at a certain angle.
Materials/E
Experiment
Air Resistance
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When you solve physics problems involving free fall, often you are told to ignore air resistance
and to assume the acceleration is constant. In the real world, because of air resistance, objects do
not fall indefinitely with c