In this experiment, pupils will examine acceleration in an
example of motion under constant acceleration, and they will sum up
the laws of motion in the form of graphs. By comparing slopes
contained in the s/t2 and the v/t
graphs, the proportionality factor k in the relation s
= k t2 can be determined to be
approximately a/2. This way, the relationship s =
1/2 a t2 is made to be more understandable.
- Especially accurate and reproducible results due to the use of
light barriers and the Timer 2-1
- Timer 2-1 can be used for versatile applications, for example
for teacher experiments due to ist great display
- Very modern student experiments which fully cover the
curriculum subject "Motion"