Projectile Motion

2004-9-23 · The purpose of this lab is to study the properties of projectile motion. From the motion of a steel ball projected horizontally, the initial velocity of the ball can be determined from the measured range. For a given initial velocity, the projectile range will be measured for various initial angles, ... Horizontal: θ = 0° h = Rmeas = σ(Rmeas ...

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Lab: Horizontally Launched Projectiles (with uncertainty ...

2018-5-7 · Summary. This is a version of the time-tested lab where students roll a ball off a table top and use kinematics in two dimensions to try to predict where the ball will land. While many versions of this lab have been previously published, in this version students determine the uncertainty of all measurements and uncertainty of their prediction.

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Physics 2009 name Lab: Horizontally Launched Projectile ...

2013-11-21 · the ball will not slow down much as it makes its way across the table top, and use this velocity as the horizontal launch velocity. Using this velocity and the height of the lab table above the floor, we''ll use the physics of projectile motion we''ve been learning to predict how

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Horizontal Projectile Motion | Science project | …

Horizontal projectile motion is one of the most basic examples of classical physics. Gravity is a force that causes acceleration towards the center of the Earth at 9.81 m/s 2.This causes objects that are falling to increase in speed until they reach their terminal, or maximum, velocity (or until they are stopped by another force, like hitting the ground).

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Projectile Motion Lab

Determine the initial velocity of a ball launched horizontally Predict and verify the range of a ball launched at an angle To predict where a ball will land ... with solution. 201 Understanding Gravity Lab rev 0917 201 Torque and equil rev 1215.docx Rotational motion #1 ... determined by shooting the ball horizontally and measuring the vertical ...

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Introductory Physics Lab

2011-4-6 · Method 4 - Shoot the ball horizontally off the table again. This time, measure the horizontal distance in the same manner is method 3. Measure the initial height of the ball above the ground. Repeat several times to get an uncertainty in both height and …

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Name Lab: Horizontally Launched Projectile Procedure …

2010-11-30 · Procedure Part 3: Calculate the distance the ball will fly 1. Using x v tfloor horizontal= calculate the horizontal distance across the floor the ball will fly before landing e vhorizontal from part 1and t from part 2, Δxfloor (predicted) = _____m Procedure Part 4: Test your prediction 1. Your target is going to be a piece of white paper.

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MyGolfSpy Labs: The Horizontal Impact Location Study ...

2016-10-19 · Differences in launch angle aren''t likely directly related to horizontal impact location, but rather the general tendency for toe strikes to be high on the face, while heel strikes tend to be low on the face. As with our vertical impact study, the greatest ball …

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Experiment 2 – Free Fall and Projectile Motion

2014-8-20 · Pre-Lab for LAB#2 Problem 3 A small ball is launched at an angle of 30.0 degrees above the horizontal. It reaches a maximum height of 2.5 m with respect to the launch position. Find (a) the initial velocity of the ball when it''s launched and (b) its range, defined as the horizontal distance traveled until it returns to his original height.

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Horizontally Launched Projectile Problems

2021-10-9 · Predict the time required for the pool ball to fall to the ground and the horizontal distance between the table''s edge and the ball''s landing location. A soccer ball is kicked horizontally off a 22.0-meter high hill and lands a distance of 35.0 meters …

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Physics 101 Lab Manual

2009-9-16 · due to gravity. The only horizontal force on the glider is the tension from the tape, so Newton''s second law gives T = Ma. (1.4) The hanging mass m feels both gravity (downwards) and tension T (upwards), so the second law for its vertical motion is mg− T = ma, (1.5) noting that the downward vertical accelerationa of the hanging mass is the ...

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1 Range of Projectile Motion

2009-9-23 · A baseball player can throw a ball at 30.0 m/s. What is the maximum horizontal range? Solution To maximize the range, s/he must throw a ball at an angle of 45 because at this angle sin2 = 1.The range is R= v2 0 g = 302 9:8 = 91:8 m 1.2 Range on a Slope Now what happens if you throw a ball on a slope? Do you still need to throw a

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Conservation of Mechanical Energy – Procedure – …

2013-11-1 · Conservation of Mechanical Energy – Procedure – Alternate Lab Objective In this experiment, you will roll a ball down a ramp and off the table, measuring horizontal and vertical distances associated with the motion in order to determine the speed of …

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Projectile Motion

2012-10-1 · the ball in the horizontal direction, hence its horizontal acceleration is zero. The . ... Failure to do so will find you expelled from the lab room. It is necessary to first determine the initial velocity of the ball when launched from the spring-loaded gun. This will be …

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Projectile Motion Lab E6

2013-11-22 · B) Using the right edge of each image of the ball as a reference, take data on the horizontal location of the ball, i.e. along the x-axis. The lines on the grid are 1 cm apart. Approximate your locations to an accuracy of multiples of 0.25 cm. (For example, 1.25, 1.50, or 1.75 cm.)

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Lab-Horizontal Motion.doc

Name_____ Period_____ Group Members_____ Range of a Projectile Horizontal Launch Purpose: To predict the exact location that a ball bearing will land - the ''bull''s eye'' - of a projectile as a result of an experimentally determined value of an initial horizontal velocity. In …

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YEAR 12 PHYSICS LESSON 2: PROJECTILE MOTION

2018-11-6 · – An orange ball is rolled horizontally and a green ball is dropped from rest from the same height. – The horizontal lines represent the fixed time interval between each image. – Compare the times taken for the balls to fall. Which ball reaches the floor first?6 _____ – Does the horizontal motion of the orange ball have any effect on ...

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In Lab 5, In Scenario 3. a ball is tossed off a cliff ...

In Lab 5, In Scenario 3. a ball is tossed off a cliff at an angle above the horizontal. What is the final velocity compared to the initial velocity? (Upis positive and the right is positive.) Select all answers that apply. The vertical final velocity is larger in magnitude and negative while the initial vertical velocity is positive and smaller.

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Horizontal Projectile Lab

2013-9-23 · Devise a "launcher" for the ball from a ruler or book - anything with a smooth groove in it that the ball can roll down. Find a starting point on the launcher that gives the ball a reasonable velocity. Place 2 pieces of tape 30-50 cm apart on the lab table in the path of the ball. This is distance "d" in the diagram above. Record this distance.

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PHYS 1401 EXPERIMENT 4 PROJECTILE MOTION I. …

2016-9-20 · velocity is measured along with the horizontal and vertical distances which the projectile travels as it goes from the end of the ramp and hits the floor of the lab. II. APPARATUS Ramp, photogate, steal ball, carbon paper, plumb bob, meter stick and vernier caliper. III. EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE 1. Set up the ramp at the edge of the table. 2.

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Appendix E: Sample Laboratory Report

2009-1-14 · To ensure the ball''s velocity was completely horizontal, we attached a flat plank at the end of the ramp. The ball rolls down the ramp and then goes onto the horizontal plank. After going a distance (75 cm) along the plank, the ball leaves the edge of the table and enters projectile motion.

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GENERAL SCIENCE LABORATORY 1110L Lab Experiment …

2012-8-12 · GENERAL SCIENCE LABORATORY 1110L Lab ... plastic ball), Plumb Bob, Meter stick, Target paper, Carbon paper, Tape. Theory: When a projectile is shot out horizontally in the earth''s gravitational field, its position as a function of time can be described by the following two equations . Y is the vertical distance fallen in meters, t is the time ...

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Lab: Conservation of Momentum

2017-10-29 · triangle for the angled velocity vector for the red ball in the picture to the right. Label the horizontal component and vertical components. (2)Show by calculation that the resultant velocity is 1.04 m/s. (3)If the mass of the red ball is 0.5 kg, calculate the horizontal momentum ( ) and the vertical momentum ( ). Show all your work.

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Planetary Ball Mill

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MyGolfSpy Labs: The Horizontal Impact Location Study ...

2016-10-19 · Differences in launch angle aren''t likely directly related to horizontal impact location, but rather the general tendency for toe strikes to be high on the face, while …

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4.3 Projectile Motion – University Physics Volume 1

to the horizontal to let the ball roll after impact. On the fourth hole he is 90 m from the green and wants to let the ball drop with a minimum amount of rolling after impact. Here, he angles the shot at . to the horizontal to minimize rolling after impact. Both shots are hit and impacted on a level surface.

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Physics 31210 Lab 2

2012-8-24 · Physics 31210 Lab 2 Study I: Range and Initial Velocity of the ball. You are going to launch the marble from the same height 10 times and measure its horizontal range. Using the kinematic equations, you can calculate the marble''s initial velocity as it leaves the table. 1.

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Projectile Motion

2. Measure the vertical distance from the bottom of the ball''s launch position in the barrel (this position is marked on one side of the barrel) to the top of the strike plate. 3. Put the yellow plastic ball into the projectile launcher and cock it to the short range position. 4. …

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Experiment 2: Projectile motion and conservation of energy

2018-2-14 · If the ball arrives to the very end of the pipe with zero velocity this means that all the energy has gone into work of friction We can then do: 1. Adjust the height of the release point until the ball arrives to the launching point (end of the pipe) at rest 2. Measure the heights of the release and launching point and label them

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