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1 Mark a starting line on the lab table or the surface recommended by your teacher 2 Place both toy cars at the starting line and release them at the same time Be sure to wind them up before releasing them 3 Observe both toy cars and determine which one is faster 4 Place the slower toy car at the starting line 5 Place a meterstick parallel to the path the toy car will take
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video camera two toy windup cars meterstick foam board
6 Have one of the members of your group get ready to operate the video camera 7 Release the slower toy car from the starting line Be sure to wind up the toy car before releasing it 8 Use the video camera to record the slower toy car s motion parallel to the meterstick 9 Set the recorder to play the tape frame by frame Replay the video tape for 05 s, pressing the pause button every 01 s (3 frames) 10 Determine the toy car s position for each time interval by reading the meterstick on the video tape and record it in the data table 11 Repeat steps 5 10 with the faster car 12 Place a piece of foam board at an angle of approximately 30 to form a ramp 13 Place the meterstick on the ramp so that it is parallel to the path the toy car will take 14 Place the slower toy car at the top of the ramp and repeat steps 6 10
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Data Table 1
Time (s) 00 01 02 03 04 05 Position of the Slower Toy Car (cm)
Data Table 2
Time (s) 00 01 02 03 04 05 Position of the Faster Toy Car (cm)
Data Table 3
Time (s) 00 01 02 03 04 05 Position of the Slower Toy Car on the Ramp (cm)
Analyze
1 Draw a motion diagram for the slower toy car using the data you collected 2 Draw a motion diagram for the faster toy car using the data you collected 3 Using the data you collected, draw a motion diagram for the slower toy car rolling down the ramp
4 What happens to the distance between points in the motion diagram in the previous question as the car slows down 5 Draw a motion diagram for a car that starts moving slowly and then begins to speed up 6 What happens to the distance between points in the motion diagram in the previous question as the car speeds up
Real-World Physics Conclude and Apply
How is the motion diagram of the faster toy car different from the motion diagram of the slower toy car Suppose a car screeches to a halt to avoid an accident If that car has antilock brakes that pump on and off automatically every fraction of a second, what might the tread marks on the road look like Include a drawing along with your explanation of what the pattern of tread marks on the road might look like
Going Further
1 Draw a motion diagram for a car moving at a constant speed 2 What appears to be the relationship between the distances between points in the motion diagram of a car moving at a constant speed 3 Draw a motion diagram for a car that starts moving fast and then begins to slow down
To find out more about representing motion, visit the Web site: physicsppcom
Accurate Time
What time is it really You might use a
clock to find out what time it is at any moment A clock is a device that counts regularly recurring events in order to measure time Suppose the clock in your classroom reads 9:00 Your watch, however, reads 8:55, and your friend s watch reads 9:02 So what time is it, really Which clock or watch is accurate Many automated processes are controlled by clocks For example, an automated bell that signals the end of a class period is controlled by a clock Thus, if you wanted to be on time for a class you would have to synchronize your watch to the one controlling the bell Other processes, such as GPS navigation, space travel, internet synchronization, transportation, and communication, rely on clocks with extreme precision and accuracy A reliable standard clock that can measure when exactly one second has elapsed is needed
aligned, the cesium atom is in one energy state If they are oppositely aligned, the atom is in another energy state A microwave with a particular frequency can strike a cesium atom and cause the outside spinning electron to switch its magnetic pole orientation and change the atom s energy state As a result, the atom emits light This occurs at cesium s natural frequency of 9,192,631,770 cycles/s This principle was used to design the cesium clock
The cesium clock, NIST-F1, located at the NIST laboratories in Boulder, Colorado is among the most accurate clocks in the world
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