have a person throw different objects at a force measuring plate and then have timers stopping timers on when the object passes them
A pistol and shot a pullet out and test how fast does it go per second
My own idea for an experiment would be that if we through something for example like a tennis ball, and nothing would touch it until force and gravity would make it fall. We would measure for how long the ball would stay in the air and for how far it goes.
An idea for an experiment could be that we could push something really hard, for example a toy car, and we could use a change in force, and acceleration. We could see how much it accelerates with the force that we put on it.A manipulated variable could be that we could try to push the car 3 different times, and at 3 different forces. The first is slow, the second time is medium fast, and the last try is really fast.
We could take a boat (a small one), and have cruise liner pull it. Then we could have a small speed boat pull it. My manipulated variable would be the two boats that pull the smaller one. That would be my experiment.
My experiment would be a ball dropped at a certain height then shall be measured at different hight's, and measured agin when the ball bounced back up.
Having a helicopter (toy) and fly it and see what was its acceleration and we could put things inside it to make it go slower.
We could maybe have 2 toy cars colliding into each other, one car that is still, and one car that collides into the other car. (conservation) This is similar to the diagrams shown in the book, except we can actually see how it actually works. The manipulated variable could be the changes in speed of the cars. (that collide into each other, causing the acceleration to change differently)
My experiment will test on the acceleration so we have to just drop a ball down the second floor (the ball will have a string attached to it) and the manipulated variable will be either the height or the ball. and also have the motion sensor facing upward to find the speed.
When you have hit a baseball and you see the force changing when the ball is hit.The force changes by the balls acceleration it changes and it's force and acceleration. The manipulated variable is the the ball and when it's hit.
I swim in a swimming pool, and then I try to run in the swimming pool, but I can't even move fast as on the grand because of the water resistance.
I will roll three balls of different materials. On a ply wood ramp. Put motion sensors next to the end of the ramp.
An experiment that would test a change in acceleration or a change in force would be if you got three people to throw a ball. We would test how far the ball for each person went, how fast the ball was moving and the acceleration of the ball. We would see how fast the ball was moving and what the acceleration was by using the motion sensors. The manipulated variable would the acceleration of the ball.
The experiment would be a change in acceleration about different type of ball and how fast it would accelerate. Each time when you roll a ball from different road. There will be three roads that are covered with bubble rapper, smooth cloth, or sand. Then you roll the ball and measure who fast it accelerates. The manipulated variable in this experiment would be different types of roads.
A person throwing a ball past an automatic time measuring device and stopping the timer when the ball passes it. The manipulated variable is how much force will be exerted on the ball.
you can have someone with a remote control car and then you can have them move it and you can put down the data of when it is acceleration.
The experiment would be tennis balls fired at the same time with different powered tennis-ball-shooters. The manipulated variable would be the power of the tennis-ball-shooters.
A Desert eagle and a M9 shooting at a 2 targets, a block of jello-The one they use to see the power of the bullet. The targets are the same distance. Then shoot the guns with a silencer.
roll different balls through a ramp and test the speed difference
A bicycle rolling down the Peak measuring the acceleration.
For a experiment to change acceleration you could trow a ball in the air and see how far it would go and when the wind hits the ball would it fall or accelerate.
use 2 toy cars and test the speed distance
I think that a good experiment for forces is to show Newton's first law. Maybe there could be two cars, and then we could roll the first car down a ramp and make it bump into the second car. The information we take would be how far the second car went every time we test it. The thing we change would be how long the ramp.
An experiment that would change in force is someone could be riding a scooter and the there would be a motion sensor on the other end recording motion. The manipulated variable would be adding more people or weights to the scooter and one person try pushing it.
We could have an experiment which had a wooden ball and a ping pong ball and a wooden ball or something heavier than all above.
I think that a way to test acceleration is by rolling an object on a ramp. A manipulated variable can be that when you roll the object down the ramp is that you can change the weight of the object. You can do this by adding a one pound and two pounds plus one with out any weights. You must have a certain distance that the object must travel though to figure out the acceleration.
An ideal experiment that I would like to do which would consist of change in acceleration or change in force would for everyone in the class to jump up and down and calculate their forces. The manipulated variable would be the acceleration of the whole class jumping up and down!(:
A bicycle rolling up and down the Peak measuring the acceleration. The variable that we are manipulating in this experiment is the direction the bike will go. When the bike goes down the Peak, it will go faster than when it goes up because the Peak goes on a slope, therefore increasing the acceleration of the bike go faster when it goes down the hill. But when it goes up the hill, the acceleration will not be there because the force of gravity tries to pull the bike down. In other words, the bike slows down.
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