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Physics IA bouncing ball
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Pablo Vinicio Ochoa Rosa
Physics Standard Level
Physics Internal Assessment:
Analysis of the relationship between the factors height and time in a bouncing rubber ball experiment
United World College of the American West
The following student lab report has the purpose of answering the question: "How does altering the height when releasing a bouncing rubber ball affect the time until its complete rest in the vertical sense or y-axis?" It is assumed that as the height increases when releasing the ball it is going to take more time to stop bouncing. As a physics student, I formulated a hypothesis strictly for this experiment which states that: "Height and time are proportional to each other." Therefore,
Height ? Time.
This lab activity is intended to prove that hypothesis by experimenting with different tools and materials, measuring data, showing the results, analyzing the data with graphs giving the uncertainties of the measurements, and finally giving a conclusion and evaluation of the hypothesis. These steps are done in order to answer the previously presented question with a scientific point of view.
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