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- Analysis
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- Conclusion E105
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Guide Questions:

1. From the result of your experiment, how would you compare the range of

the projectile at 30 degrees to the one launched at 60 degrees? Is this

consistent with the theory? Defend your answer.

ranger. The theory is not consistent because we launched the ball with

different setting of range. If they launched at the same setting, they will

have different result.

2. From the result of your experiment, how would you compare the

maximum vertical distance reached by the projectile launched at 3o

degrees to the one launched at 60 degrees? Is it consistent with the

theory?

rather than the one launched at 30 degrees. It is consistent with the

theory because, the theory said that the vertical distance increases as

the angle increases.

a.) The surface where the experiment will be performed

b.) The setting of range of the projectile launcher

c.) the presence of air resistance

Problem:

target, on the same level as the muzzle of the cannon is launched, is

1000 m away. (a.) Can the cannonball reach the target? (b.) at what

angle should be the cannon be launched to hit the target?

b.)

Given:

R = 1000 m

m

v o = 100

s

θ =?

Req’d:

Angle = ?

v o2 ⋅ sin 2θ

R=

g

2

m

100 sin 2θ

1000 m =

s

m

9.8 2

s

2

m

0.98 2 = sin 2θ

s

2θ = sin −1 ( 0.98 )

2θ = 78 .52

θ = 39 .26 °

DISCUSSION:

the projectile launcher moves and where the ball will fall. Then

after estimating or checking where the ball will fall, we put a

bond paper with carbon to mark where the ball fall. Also, the

bond paper and carbon paper will not be moved to gain

consistent result, by following each step and write the result.

height because the iron stand is short that the maximum height

of 60 degrees at maximum range. We have to use the floor and

the projectile launcher to obtain data in the maximum height of

60 degrees.

CONCLUSION:

consistency. There are some factors to be considered in

performing. First, we must consider the range to be used. The

setting of the range must be intact. Second, we must also

consider the surface in performing the experiment, it affect the

result if the surface is inclined.

I found out that the 30 degrees and 60 degrees have the

v o2 sin 2θ

same range using the formula R= but in the experiment,

g

we found out that the inclination of 30 degrees have greater

range than 60 degrees.

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