High School Physics - Laboratory: One Dimensional Kinematics

High School Physics - Laboratory: One Dimensional Kinematics
High School Physics - Laboratory: One Dimensional Kinematics
High School Physics - Laboratory: One Dimensional Kinematics
High School Physics - Laboratory: One Dimensional Kinematics
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Applicable to Physics, Honors Physics, and AP Physics courses. The purpose of this inquiry-based, quantitative laboratory exercise for physics or physical science classes is to examine the kinematics of one dimensional motion with constant acceleration.

An acceleration timer is required.

Instructor's notes, student worksheets, and equipment resources are included.

This laboratory exercise comes bundled with General Guidelines for Laboratory Reports, and Derivation of Instantaneous Velocity.

This laboratory exercise can be used in conjunction with Laboratory: Acceleration Due to Gravity.


This exercise covers portions of the following California State Science Standards:

Physics - Motion and Forces
Investigation and Experimentation

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Total Pages
12 pages
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N/A
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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