Hi, I need assistance on this one problem. I need all work shown to understand. The distance between windowsills I am confused about.

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Please apply the techniques used in Lab 3 (particularly the ticker tape) to the following photo:
Distance between windowsills is 3.15 meters. Three photographs were taken each second

Present all data using excel:
- Table presenting all measured values
- Displacement vs. time
- Velocity vs time.

Comment on the values obtained for acceleration of an object as compared to the theoretical value of gravity.

Greetings: The distance between windowsills gives you a (rather rough) measure of the distance that the falling object has fallen since being released at the starting point alongside a windowsill. The downward displacements from release point are: Windowsill #0 at 0, #1 at 3.15 m, #2 at 6.30 m, #3 at 9.45 m, #4 at 12.60 m, and ...

Solution Summary

This solution identifies all measured values from the diagram as well as displacement vs time and velocity vs time. Explanations and calculations are shown in four main steps with attached graphs.

... The expert finds acceleration, displacement, and average velocity from the Velocity-time Graph of a body moving along a straight line. v(m/s) 80. 70. 60. 50. ...

... at any instant by finding the slope of the graph at the given instant; displacement of the body during a given interval of time; average velocity during a ...

... the instantaneous velocity, vinst, for each slope break. Some displacements at different times have been assumed to construct the Displacement - Time Graph. ...

...displacement is s = s0 + V0t + (1/2)at2 where s = displacement after time t s0 = initial displacement (location at t = 0) V0 = initial velocity (velocity at t ...

Run a simulation of a ball dropping and measure the displacement, velocity and acceleration. 1. Measure the time that it takes the ball to travel 1 meter, 2 ...

...Velocity is the displacement over time. ... is not moving at the beginning of the 13cm barrel, then leaves the barrel at 300m/s. The average velocity would be ...

... Hence, resultant displacements in the two cases are different ... both stones cover the same displacement and have ... Hence, the time taken to hit the ground (time of ...

... etc., respectively, then, as Net displacement s = L1+L2+ ... and the other is 13.2 km/hr ( 4 times 3.3 km ... Step 1 : Now the time taken by the bird to reach ...

... Please see the attached file. 6. The average velocity is the displacement over the total time. ... 6. The average velocity is the displacement over the total time. ...