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Experiment 1 Five Different Ways

Experiment 1 Five Different Ways

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Colego de San Juan de Letran
 
College of Liberal Arts and SciencesNatural Science Area
 Scie101 (Physical Science)
NAME RATINGSECTION DATETASK PERFORMED GROUP NO.
EXPERIMENT 1
Five Different Ways
What you should be able to do
At the end of the activity, you should be able to1.
 
differentiate a scalar from a vector by giving examples; and2.
 
define the determinants of motion formula-wise and by words.
What you need
meter stick tape measureyarn timercalculator masking tapemarking pen
What you should do
1.
 
On the floor, measure a distance of 3 meters. Using the masking tape and marking pen, mark thestarting point as A and the end point as B.2.
 
Think of five different ways to get from A to B. Use the yarn to mark the paths. Sketch the path thatyou traveled on the table below. Make sure that you will also get the time it took you to travel from Ato B for each path. Record them on the table below.
Data and Results
Path (Sketch)Time(s)Distance(m)Displacement(m)Speed(m/s)Velocity(m/s)
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Follow-up Questions
1.
 
Explain how you were able to determine the values of distance, displacement, speed and velocity.Give your own definition of each.2.
 
Which of the quantities mentioned above are vectors and which are scalars? Justify your answer.3.
 
What is (are) the similarity (ies) and difference (s) between vectors and scalars?
Give your Generalization (individual)
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