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This lab activity uses computer operated motion detectors and software  to generate motion graphs. Students provide the data by walking in front of the motion detector, or rolling balls. Questions are provided to help the students explore the motion concepts. There are also questions asking students to predict the motion graphs before running the experiment. No calculations are needed.
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Classical Mechanics
- Motion in One Dimension
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Keywords:
distance vs. time graph, graphing, kinematics graphs, motion graphing, velocity vs. time graph
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(The Science House: NC State University, Jacksonville, 2004), WWW Document, (http://www.thesciencehouse.org/science-of-sports/motion-and-graphing.php).
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Science House: Motion and Graphing (The Science House: NC State University, Jacksonville, 2004), <http://www.thesciencehouse.org/science-of-sports/motion-and-graphing.php>.
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Science House: Motion and Graphing. (2006, September 8). Retrieved July 30, 2014, from The Science House: NC State University: http://www.thesciencehouse.org/science-of-sports/motion-and-graphing.php
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The Science House: NC State University. Science House: Motion and Graphing. Jacksonville: The Science House: NC State University, September 8, 2006. http://www.thesciencehouse.org/science-of-sports/motion-and-graphing.php (accessed 30 July 2014).
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Science House: Motion and Graphing. Jacksonville: The Science House: NC State University, 2004. 8 Sep. 2006. 30 July 2014 <http://www.thesciencehouse.org/science-of-sports/motion-and-graphing.php>.
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Covers the Same Topic As PhET Simulation: The Moving Man

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