Showing 42 experiments that use the Wireless Motion Sensor.

High School / Physics

Pendulum

In this lab, students will use motion sensors to determine how the mass and length of a simple pendulum affect its period of oscillation.

Source: Physics Through Inquiry

Advanced Placement / Physics

Graphical Analysis: Motion

In this lab, students use a motion sensor to measure the position and velocity of a cart on a track to determine the graphical relationship between...

Source: Advanced Physics Through Inquiry 1

Advanced Placement / Physics

Newton's Second Law

In this lab, students use a motion sensor to determine the relationship between a system’s mass, acceleration, and the net force being applied...

Source: Advanced Physics Through Inquiry 1

Advanced Placement / Physics

Coefficients Of Friction

In this lab, students use a motion sensor and a force sensor to determine the static and kinetic friction coefficients between two contacting...

Source: Advanced Physics Through Inquiry 1

Advanced Placement / Physics

Conservation Of Momentum

In this lab, students use a motion sensor and a dynamics system to demonstrate that linear momentum and kinetic energy are conserved in an elastic...

Source: Advanced Physics Through Inquiry 1

Advanced Placement / Physics

Momentum And Impulse

In this lab, students use a motion sensor, force sensor, and dynamics system to investigate the relationship between the change in momentum of...

Source: Advanced Physics Through Inquiry 1

Advanced Placement / Physics

Periodic Motion: Mass And Spring

In this lab, students will use a motion sensor to determine the physical properties that affect the period of oscillation of a hanging mass and...

Source: Advanced Physics Through Inquiry 1

High School / Physical SciencePhysics

Position: Match Graph

Use a motion sensor to introduce the concept of representing motion as a change of position in a graphical form.

Source: Physical Science Through Inquiry

High School / Physical SciencePhysics

Speed and Velocity

Use a motion sensor to test predictions of how the speed and velocity of a cart will differ.

Source: Physical Science Through Inquiry

High School / Physical SciencePhysics

Acceleration

Use a motion sensor to introduce the concept of representing motion as a change of position in a graphical form.

Source: Physical Science Through Inquiry

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