Start answering all preliminary questions. You may discuss the questions, but do not write as you talk- this way everyone will have unique answers. Make sure to sketch your graphs where you are told to.
1. Sketch the distance vs. time graph for each of the following situations- clearly label each of the situations with its corresponding letter so you can place these different types of motion on the same graph.
4. Using Logger Pro, produce a graph of your motion when you walk away from the detector with constant velocity. To do this, stand about 1 m from the Motion Detector and have your lab partner click ; start walking slowly after you hear Motion Detector begin to click.
9. Repeat the process until your motion closely matches the graph on the screen. Each time you click the button the previous data is overwritten. Explain changes that needed to be made in comparison to step 7:
13. To test your prediction, start Logger Pro by clicking . When you hear the Motion Detector begin to click, walk in such a way that the graph of your motion matches the target graph on the screen. Was your prediction correct? Explain changes that needed to be made in comparison to step 12:
1. Using the Motion detector and Logger Pro, create a graph of position vs time where it shows a body constantly accelerating away from the detector for a period of 3s. First discuss with your group what the graph should look like and draw the graph on a piece of paper and attach it to your