Velocity Essays

  • Exit Velocity In Baseball Statistics

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    understand. One of these metrics is exit velocity. Exit velocity is a relatively new stat that I believe was introduced with the creation of Statcast. It measures how the speed of a baseball after it is hit by a batter. According to Sports Illustrated

  • Persuasive Essay On Pac-Man

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    Do you remember the classic video game, “Pac-Man?” Well, you’ll now be able to experience this game in real life with a little twist. In this amusement park ride, riders will be driving hovercrafts that look like Pac-Man in a large space that replicates the Pac-Man maze from the video game. Additionally, you’ll have the fun of going against other people to be the best Pac-Man, hence the name of the ride, “Pac-Man Vs. Pac-Man.” While riding you will face many challenges, including ghosts, foam poles

  • Physics Momentum Questions

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    a mass of 2250 kg moving at a velocity of 25 m/s B) car with a mass of 1210 kg moving at a velocity of 51 m/s C) truck with a mass of 6120 kg moving at a velocity of 10 m/s D) car with a mass of 1540 kg moving at a velocity of 38 m/s ____ 2. Which of the following has the greatest momentum? A) tortoise with a mass of 270 kg moving at a velocity of 0.5 m/s B) hare with a mass of 2.7 kg moving at a velocity of 7 m/s C) turtle with a mass of 91 kg moving at a velocity of 1.4 m/s D) roadrunner

  • How To Throw The Frisbees

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    distance for a Frisbee with initial velocity 14 m/s and angle of attack that is relatively 0 degrees When the Frisbee is thrown relatively horizontal, it has a good amount of lift and consequently should fly relatively far. This shortness of distance can be explained by the Bernoulli's Principle

  • Projectile Range Lab Report

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    Aim: The aim of this experiment is to complete an investigation on focusing how a single factor will change the range of a projectile. The whole purposes initiates around focusing what the properties of a projectile motion are, referring to speed being able to be calculated from the stated range. Throughout the lab, the main focus had been to evaluate and understand what exactly can affect the range of a projectile launcher, this refers to the mass being the focus of this experiment as three balls

  • Koamalu Roller Coaster

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    per hour the train also attains its highest kinetic energy and terminal velocity. Also, near the bottom of the hill, a hidden camera will snap a photo and vibrant palm trees hide the camera. After descending to the bottom of the hill, you go up a miniature hill that leads into a heat tunnel. The heat tunnel makes it feel as if you are on the hot, white beaches of Hawaii. Descending from the heat tunnel there is lots of velocity because of its downward force, mass, and direction.Soon after exiting the

  • Incline Lab Report Essay

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    Theory: The principle we tested in this lab was Newton’s second law that states the net force on an object is equal to the mass of the object times its acceleration (F ⃗=ma ⃗). The formulas we used were: Δx=V_0x t+(a_x t)/2, we assumed the initial velocity V_0x=0 because it is extremely small, then we solved for a_x to get a_x=2Δx/t^2. a=gsin(θ). Experiment: The materials used in this lab were an air track, an air blower, a glider, computer, and wooden blocks. For table 1, my group and I started

  • The Movie Wall-E Roller Coaster

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    Wall-e is a new, dare say one of the best upcoming roller coasters and it is based off of the sensational movie Wall-e made by Disney’s Pixar! In the movie. It is roughly 1,900 meters in length and each cart can hold up to 400 lbs in weight by knowing each rider 's mass! Speed is usually a concern because of the sights you will see, on the other hand, the average speed is 55 mph because of the tech. The technology needed in order to make this ride is from the next generation and the creators of Wall-e

  • Persuasive Essay On Playing Golf

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    Playing golf can become very frustrating and many times, you need golf swing tips to help you. Whether you slice the ball, hook the ball, hit it too high, or hit it too low, you can find tips to help you change your swing. Sometimes it's the simplest thing and we don't even know its happening. Here are five basic tips to help you swing better when on the course. 1. Check your Setup up First The most common thing that changes when your swing seems to become awful is your setup. Often a small adjustment

  • Paintball Experiment

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    Data Analysis The scientific question that was asked in this experiment was,”What is the best angle to shoot a paintball to achieve the farthest distance possible?” The hypothesis of the experiment was,” If a paintball is shot at a 50 degree angle, than the paintball will travel the farther than any other angle tested.” The independent variable is the angle of degrees the paintball is shot from and the dependent variable is the distance the paintball travels at the different angles it is shot from

  • Essay On Gait Cycle

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    Introduction: The Gait cycle “ The Gait cycle starts when one foot makes contact with the ground and ends when that same foot contacts the ground again”. (TheFreeDictionary.com, 2009) An entire gait cycle is made up of two steps. The Gait cycle can be divided into two phases that occur in cycles, the Stance phase and the Swing phase. As seen in figure 1 the stance phase accounts for 60% of the gait cycle, while the swing phase accounts for the other 40% of the cycle. Gait analysis is an essential

  • Rectilinear Velocity In Sports

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    such as track and tennis, velocity is at the forefront of success: the greater the velocity, the greater the chance at winning. Linear velocity is calculated by dividing the distance between two positions of an object by the amount of time elapsed between those subsequent points (Lawler 2018). Keep in mind, however, that there is curvilinear velocity and rectilinear velocity. Both refer to shape of the path that an object takes. For instance, rectilinear velocity, which this laboratory session

  • Paper Bullets Experiment: Data Analysis Of A Paper Bullet Experiment

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    Paper Bullets Experiment: Data Analysis The scientific question that was investigated by the paper bullets experiment asked, “Does the width of a paper bullet affect the distance it travels when it is launched?” The hypothesis that goes along with that question is, “If a paper bullet has a larger width, then it will travel a shorter distance than a standard paper bullet with a width of 4cm.” Variables in this experiment included the independent variable (width of the starting piece of paper used

  • Wet Killer Speech

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    Did you ever want to ride one of the tallest and fastest roller coasters in the world. Maybe you are bored with the same old amusement rides, or maybe even there is no amusement parks near you. So if you are looking for a new favorite and an adrenaline boosting ride, then come and ride The Inverted Wet Killer. The Inverted Wet Killer, is a super tall, super fast, super loopy, super wet, and super fun ride. The ride is approximately 240 seconds long, it reaches a top speed of 115 mph, and its highest

  • Police Pursuit Research Paper

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    Hazards of Police Pursuits Police pursuits consist of a fleeing suspect, an officer and many innocent bystanders. Although we cannot alter the actions made by those fleeing suspects during a pursuit; changes as to how they are pursued can be made. The innocent bystanders and officers become victims of this pursuit by having their lives put in danger. The officer essentially creates hazards during the pursuit with his speed, emotions involved and lack of training. Fleeing suspects are not concerned

  • Allen Ginsberg's Velocity Of Money

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    poem is about the significant hold money has over people’s life’s. He writes, “Everyone running after the rising dollar…” (“Velocity” 10). The situation is set in New York City on February 18, 1986. We know this because he uses many references to the location, such as “Whistles through wind of Lower East Side” (“Velocity” 1) and “Crowds of joggers down Broadway” (“Velocity” 11). He chooses New York to indicate why the people are so money hungry, because even today New York is world known for their

  • Tangential Velocity Lab Report

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    Mass vs Tangential Velocity K.Kirtanaa, Ms. Perez, November 14, 2016 Research Question: What is the effect of increasing mass on tangential velocity? Introduction: The experiment explores the relationship between the independent variable and the dependent variable. The independent variable is what you change in an experiment. In this experiment, the mass of the object is the independent variable. Mass is how much material an object has. (Singh, Lakhmir, 2012) It is the only variable that

  • Personal Narrative: Ranch Dressing At High Velocity

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    Ranch Dressing at High Velocity In high, a group of my friends and I couched the girls’ Powder Puff Football team. Junior and senior football players volunteered to couch their respective grades in a charity football game. We had six practices to use, and most of the girls had never held a football before. It was a comedy of errors, and incidentally where I met my best friend. Every Saturday, we had Powder Puff practice a few hours after our regular football practice. I usually spent this time

  • Symbolism In Dave Egger's The Circle

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    “The Circle” isn’t just a novel that has to do with technology and romance, it has greater meaning behind it. Dave Egger’s writing in the novel captures deep meaning in the words he uses. “This novel is distinct from social satire in viewing moral defects less as flaws of a character than as intellectual previsions.” (Atwood, 1) “The Circle is an ancient symbol that’s had a variety of incarnations. This novel makes the reader put itself in the characters shoes.” (Atwood, 2) Dave Egger’s childhood

  • Bb Gun History

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    1970’s. The power of airguns generally was indicated by their muzzle velocities, expressed in feet per second or meters per second. Although Crosman started their air rifle production in 1923 with .22” caliber, it was .177” caliber