Showing 7 experiments that use the PASPORT Motion Sensor.

Elementary

Near and Far

In this lab, students use a motion sensor to describe the position of an object as being near or far from another object. This lab will help...

Source: Elementary School Science Teacher Guide

College / Physics

Position and Velocity

In this lab, students will investigate the relationship between position and velocity using a Motion Sensor to measure the position of a motorized...

Source: Comprehensive 850 Physics System

College / Physics

Equations of Motion

In this lab, students will generate graphs of position and velocity for a cart accelerating down an incline. Then, they'll compare their user-defined...

Source: Comprehensive 850 Physics System

College / Physics

Newton's Second Law

Newton's Second Law is examined by measuring the resulting acceleration of a fan cart under two conditions: Variable force (while keeping the...

Source: Comprehensive 850 Physics System

College / Physics

Force and Acceleration

Investigate the relationship between the net force applied to an object and the resulting acceleration of that object. A force is applied to...

Source: Comprehensive 850 Physics System

College / Physics

Inertia and the Second Law

A force is applied directly to the cart by pulling and pushing on the attached Force Sensor. The resulting acceleration is measured by the Motion...

Source: Comprehensive 850 Physics System

College / Physics

External Forces and the Third Law

To investigate Newton's Third Law, the forces are examined that are exerted on the two sensors by a connecting string. Also, the external force...

Source: Comprehensive 850 Physics System

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