Showing 39 experiments that use the Wireless Force Acceleration Sensor.

High School / Physics

Introduction to Force

In this lab, students will use force sensors to observe and measure contact and non-contact forces as they relate to gravity.

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Archimedes' Principle

In this lab, students will use force sensors to explore the relationship between the volume of fluid displaced by a submerged object and the...

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Hooke's Law

In this lab, students will use force sensors to observe the relationship between the extension of a spring and the resulting force required to...

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Newton's Second Law

In this lab, students will use force and motion sensors to study the relationship between the net force applied to an object, the acceleration...

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Newton's Third Law

In this lab, students will use pairs of force sensors to observe the relationship between an action force and the resulting reaction force.

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Static and Kinetic Friction

In this lab, students will use force sensors to investigate static friction and kinetic (sliding) friction.

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Impulse Momentum

In this lab, students will use motion and force sensors to explore changes in momentum during a collision. Students will determine how that change...

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Work and Energy

In this lab, students will use motion and force sensors to develop an understanding of the work-energy theorem that relates the work done on...

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Simple Harmonic Motion

In this lab, students will use force and motion sensors to determine the spring constant. Students will measure the spring extension created...

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Circular Motion

In this lab, students will use force sensors to develop a kinesthetic understanding of circular motion. Students will measure the period of rotation...

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