# Free fall experiment lab report - Week 4

Method I produced a higher percentage difference because more readings were taken which led to more variations and errors being included in the calculations.

### Lab 2: Free Fall Lab/Errors and Uncertainty

Each lab group shared their experimental g and we then collectively merged our data to calculate the class mean and then took those calculations to find the standard deviation of g.

The value of R 2 in the first equation was tabulated at 0.

Conclusion The lab experiment assisted in the comprehension of free falling and launched bodies.

### free fall lab report

I would measure the time it took them to fall form a balcony to the ground Premium Atmosphere Moon Earth around the shootings circumstances.

For each trial run, the picket fence was dropped through the photogate.

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While all objects are known to accelerate downwards at 9.
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Changing the time interval between sparks would not affect the slope of the graph, it may only cause the graph to be shifted to the left or to the right.

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