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# Calculating and Graphing Speed: Marble Racing Experiment!

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A simple lab to test how the speed of a marble changes as the height/slope of a ramp is increased. As students raise the ramp, they will notice the speed of the marble increases. Students will need to calculate their results, create a distance-time graph to represent their data, and write a conclusion of their results.

Materials needed: marble (or ball), stop watch, ramp (I use Hot Wheels track), meter stick.

Main topics: calculating speed, graphing distance vs. time, interpreting graph and lab results.

Quick, easy, and effective in demonstrating and practicing speed. Great for middle school or introductory high school courses.

If you like this lab, you can follow these links to other lessons and activities in my motion and forces units.

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Ian Williamson
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