Motion Lab by dustin g, brandon m, natasha g
September 6, 2011

Toy car

Time
1. 3.84 s
2. 2.16 s
3. 2.65 s

Distance
1. 1 Meter
2. 1 Meter
3. 1 Meter

Results
28.8 cm a second

Formula
D=T(28.8 cm/sec)

Hovercraft

Time
1. 5.86 s
2. 7.05 s

Distance
1. 1 Meter
2. 1 Meter

Results
15.49 cm a second

Formula
D=T(15.49cm/sec)

The data we retrieved gave us a basic understanding of the laws of motion. By gathering data from the following tests we were able to calculate centimeters per second. As well as to determine the speeds of two constant velocity objects. After going over the data, an equation was set up to help determine the distance by multiplying time and velocity.

Motion Lab by dustin g, brandon m, natasha gSeptember 6, 2011

Time1. 3.84 s

2. 2.16 s

3. 2.65 s

Distance1. 1 Meter

2. 1 Meter

3. 1 Meter

Results28.8 cm a second

FormulaD=T(28.8 cm/sec)

Time1. 5.86 s

2. 7.05 s

Distance1. 1 Meter

2. 1 Meter

Results15.49 cm a second

FormulaD=T(15.49cm/sec)

The data we retrieved gave us a basic understanding of the laws of motion. By gathering data from the following tests we were able to calculate centimeters per second. As well as to determine the speeds of two constant velocity objects. After going over the data, an equation was set up to help determine the distance by multiplying time and velocity.