Laboratory reports are an essential component of a physics education.
Download this document and record the results in the table below as prompted by the procedure. Save the completed document to your computer, include photos, and upload the final 1–2-page Word document.
Take a photo of the setup at the prompt in the assignment.
The Data Table is intended to be filled out from left to right with the columns before calculated distance being computed by the principles within the laboratory exercise. Using the data table, calculate for an initial angle (and incremented angles thereafter), the acceleration of the steel ball, the velocity, time until the ball hits the ground, and the horizontal distance the ball should travel. You will mark the calculated position on the floor and then measure the actual distance traveled.