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Experiment 3
School: Florida Atlantic University
Course: PHY 2048
Introduction: To find projectile motion we use equations to find the y and x of the problem, which is the distance and the max height. The equation to find y is initial height plus (starting velocity times sin of the angle) times time half of g...

Projectile Motion Lab
School: Aachen University Of Applied Sciences
Course: PHYS 206
Projectile Motion Lab. Lab Report by Vivek Jayaram. ID #00735180. Physics 201 Section 5. Performed on February 1 st , 2012. TA: Mr. Brannen. Team #1. Partners: Simpson, Barrett. Summary and Analysis. This experiment showed that variables related t...

lab 4 projectile motion
School: Oklahoma State University
Course: PHYS PHYS 1114
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Lab Report 3
School: SUNY Buffalo State College
Course: PHY 158
= 105.2 cm = 29 ° = 37.7 cm # D (cm) d1 (cm) d2 (cm) d3 (cm) d4 (cm) d` (cm) H  d` (cm) h / D 1 74.8 26.0 26.1 26.3 25.4 26.0 79.3 1.059492 2 63.3 52.6 53.9 55.0 55.4 54.2 51.0 0.805292 3 55.3 70.5 70.6 71.5 73.1 71.4 33.8 0.610759 4 46.9 84.9 8...
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Calibrating a Cannon Lab Report
School: Johns Hopkins University
Course: PHYSICS 111
Projectile Motion: Calibrating a Cannon PreLab Exercises 1. Work: Projectile Motion Kinematic Equations: = ! + ! Information ... Projectile Motion: Calibrating a Cannon PreLab Exercises 1 ...

Hitting a Target Lab Report
School: Johns Hopkins University
Course: PHYSICS 111
Projectile Motion: Hitting a Target PreLab Exercises 1. If ten shots are fired, while assuming that the spread in distances (the standard deviation) of shots fired from a projectile launcher is equal to the radius of a targeted basket, then it is ...
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Projectile Motion 1problems
School: West Chester Bayard Rustin Hs
Course: SCIENCE 2
fails (ajf2732) Projectile Motion 1 byrd (52015) 1 ... fails (ajf2732) Projectile Motion 1 byrd (52015) 2 H ouse x 14◦ 4.29m/s ...

HW2
School: Cornell University
Course: PHYSICS 1112
... Physics Ideas: Ideal Projectile motion Motion along curved paths with constant or changing speed Uniform & Nonuniform Circular Motion ...

PH 2530 Unit 4 Assignment 1 Gravitation, Satellites, and Projectile Motion
School: ITT Tech
Course: PH 2530
Timothy Atkins. PH 2530. 10/07/2014. Unit 4 Assignment 1: Gravitation, Satellites, and Projectile Motion. 10. If Earth somehow expanded to a larger radius, with no change in mass, how would your weight be affected? ...

PHYSICS 1403  Lab Homework  Projectile Motion
School: Texas Tech University
Course: PHYSICS 1403
PHYSICS 1403 Lab Homework Projectile Motion This ... Data from a projectile motion experiment is shown below. Calculate ...
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lab 4 projectile motion
School: Oklahoma State University
Course: PHYS PHYS 1114
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Lab Report 3
School: SUNY Buffalo State College
Course: PHY 158
= 105.2 cm = 29 ° = 37.7 cm # D (cm) d1 (cm) d2 (cm) d3 (cm) d4 (cm) d` (cm) H  d` (cm) h / D 1 74.8 26.0 26.1 26.3 25.4 26.0 79.3 1.059492 2 63.3 52.6 53.9 55.0 55.4 54.2 51.0 0.805292 3 55.3 70.5 70.6 71.5 73.1 71.4 33.8 0.610759 4 46.9 84.9 8...

lab 4 phy116 (1)
School: College Of Staten Island, CUNY
Course: PHY 116
... HORIZONTAL PROJECTILE MOTION. Course: PHY116. ... Objectives: To provide an understanding of the concept of horizontal projectile motion by analyzing horizontal and vertical motions and how this are portrayed in the X and Y planes. ...

PHYSICS PROJECTILE MOTION LAB REPORT
School: Texas Tech University
Course: PHYSICS 1A
Lab: Projectile motion The purpose of this exercise is to predict where a projectile will land. Remember, the path ...
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Experiment 3
School: Florida Atlantic University
Course: PHY 2048
Introduction: To find projectile motion we use equations to find the y and x of the problem, which is the distance and the max height. The equation to find y is initial height plus (starting velocity times sin of the angle) times time half of g...

Projectile Motion Lab
School: Aachen University Of Applied Sciences
Course: PHYS 206
Projectile Motion Lab. Lab Report by Vivek Jayaram. ID #00735180. Physics 201 Section 5. Performed on February 1 st , 2012. TA: Mr. Brannen. Team #1. Partners: Simpson, Barrett. Summary and Analysis. This experiment showed that variables related t...

5Discussion LAB
School: New York City College Of Technology, CUNY
Course: PHYS 1433
Discussion:In this weeks lab I learned how to explore the basicconcepts of projectile motion by justifying theindependence of horizontal and vertical directions ofmotion. I also learned how to understand how gravitationalforce is involved with pr...

lab 5[1]
School: DeVry University, Chicago
Course: PHYS 270
Physics 310 Experiment 5 continued. Physics 310 Experiment 5. Projectile motion. DATA SHEET. Name: Bill Zacharias Date: 03222010. Paste the V y time plot with fit for the lacrosse ball below. What is the value of the vertical acceleration of th...
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1201_Formula_Sheet
School: Columbia University
Course: PHYS 1201
... vv at xxvt at v v axx = + = + + Projectile Motion: v 0x = v 0 cos!0 , v 0 y = v 0 sin!0 x = x 0 + v 0x t y = y 0 + v 0 y t " 1 2 gt2 v x = v 0x , v y = v 0 y " gt v y 2 = v 0 y 2 " 2g y " y 0 ( ) (Acceleration of gravity = ...

Physics 8A_1D and 2D Projectile Motion Problems
School: University Of California, Berkeley
Course: PHYSICS 8A
l) (30 points) Cal cycling team. In the nal seconds of a grueling bike race, a Stanford cyclist seems to be headed for the winiat I: 0 she is traveling at a constant vs = 10 ml; and she is only 30 m from the finish line. But just 2 m behind the St...

practice problems 6
School: Georgia Gwinnett College
Course: PHYS 2211K
Name: _____ Section: _____. Principles of Physics 1. Practice Problem Set 06. Motion Vectors: Projectile Motion: ...

PHY2048 Physics 1, Chapters 6 to 10 Equations Study Guide
School: University Of South Florida
Course: PHY 2048
... 2 0 Constant acceleration ONLY equations of rotational motion ...