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We are presenting: Mohammad Ali Juan Viteri Christina Suriel Instantaneous Velocity and Uniform Acceleration Motion in One Dimension Created By:

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Objective: To investigate the relationship between instantaneous velocity and average velocity. To measure the acceleration of a body and verify the kinematics equation for uniformly acceleration motion.

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Equipments: Air track with glider Air supply Set of cardboard flags of different length Science workshop interface box Two photo gates Meter stick Cylinder or block

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Motion and Displacement: Positive direction Negative direction The Motion is a along straight line only Displacement is an example of a vector quantity

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Experiment #1: Determination of the instantaneous velocity of a moving glider

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Experiment #2: Measurement of the acceleration of the moving glider and verification of the kinematics equations.

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Graph of Velocity vs. Time

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Graph of Average Velocity vs. Time

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Graph of Distance vs. Time

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Conclusion: In this experiment, we investigated the relationship between instantaneous velocity and the average velocity. The purpose of this experiment was to measure the average velocities of the moving glider, which was on an inclined air track, with a photogate timer. We repeated this process for all five flags of different lengths. We concluded that the longer the flag was, the smaller the approximation. Furthermore, by using the equations and equipment, we were able to fully understand and appreciate this experiment.

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We love Physics Thank you Prof. Roman Kezerashvili

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