Uniform Rectilinear Motion experiment (VPL) by yohanesbuddy

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UNIFORM RECTILINEAR MOTION (KINEMATICS)

A. Basic Theory
Uniform Rectilinear Motion (URM) : an object moves with constant velocity (constant speed and direction).. Relations between
displacement (x), velocity (v) and time (t) in the uniform rectilinear motion is:

v = velocity (m/s)
x = displacement (meter)
t = time (second)

B. Purpose
 Describe the definition of some quantities in motion.
 Analyzing the physical quantities in uniform rectilinear motion

C. Steps of experiment
(It takes precision and accuracy in measurement)
1.    Prepare equipment that supports the virtual laboratory experiment.
2.    Calculate the time required for the green ball do 5 times collision. Write down the measurement in the tables provided. Do the
experiment 3 times.
3.    Do steps 2 for blue balls. (Do distribution tasks to each group member)

D. Discussion
1.   Table of measurement results. Then calculate velocity and average velocity.
Number of
Average
collision          Time           Velocity
Ball        Experiment                                                           velocity
(multiplied by     (second)          (m/s)
(m/s)
1 meter.)

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Green              II               5

III

I

Blue              II               5

III

2.     Answer the question below :
a. What is stated that the green balls and blue balls indicate uniform rectilinear motion?
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b.   Which ball is faster? Explain!
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c.   Make the conclusions of the experiment!
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