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How can you get velocity vs. time graphs from you displacement vs. time graphs?

posted Sep 13, 2018, 5:34 AM by Barbara Fortunato
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QUIZ Today on Graphic Analysis of Motion!

After the quiz, we'll discover three different methods for getting an instantaneous velocity vs. time graph from your position vs. time data/graphs.  We'll be working with your homework Practice - Getting graphs from TTT data to "transform" your graphs.  

HomeworkWatch the video below on analyzing motion in LoggerPro.  Sorry for the low res.  You don't have to analyze any actual data tonight.  Just watch the video so you know what to do during next class.  Remember, if you are willing to bring your laptop to school next class, it would be helpful.

LoggerPro Motion Analysis

Also, if you have a phone or iPad that can take video, clear off some space on your memory cards and bring in the USB cable which will allow you to transfer a video to the computer.   It is very slow if you try to do this over the school wi-fi, and you may not be able to finish your work in class if you do rely on wi-fi!!!   If you don't have this technology, don't worry, I'll pair you up with someone who does.  Please start bringing your devices and cables next class and for the next week.
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