Showing 36 experiments that use the Wireless Motion Sensor.

High School / Physics

Position, Distance, and Displacement

Students will explore and discover the difference between position, distance, and displacement using graphs of their own motion.

Middle School / Physical Science

Exploring Velocity and Inertia

In this lab, students will use motion sensors to measure the velocity of a cart as it travels down an inclined track and collides with an obstacle.

Middle School / Physical Science

Motion Graphs

In this lab, students will use motion sensors to measure the position of a moving object.

Middle School / Physical Science

Newton's First Law

In this lab, students will use motion and force sensors to determine how the change in an object’s motion is related to the force (push or...

Middle School / Physical Science

Simple Harmonic Motion

In this lab, students will use motion sensors to measure the period of a simple pendulum.

Middle School / Physical Science

Speed and Velocity

In this lab, students will use motion sensors to measure the position and velocity of a moving object.

Middle School / Earth Science

Mapping the Ocean Floor

In this lab, students will use a motion sensor to scan a cross-section of a simulated ocean floor terrain.

High School / STEM

Reading Graphs

In this activity, students will use motion sensors to generate motion graphs. Then, students will use the graphs to practice their graphical...

High School / STEM

Acceleration and Gravity

In this activity, students will use motion sensors to analyze how gravity affects the motion of falling objects varying in size and mass.

High School / STEM

Force

In this activity, students will use motion and force sensors to analyze the relationships between force, mass, and acceleration.

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