Physics Lab Experiments with Simulated Data for Remote Delivery
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The acceleration due to gravity is determined from the fall of a metal sphere.
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Castano, Diego, "Experiment 1.02: Acceleration Due to Gravity: Vertical Drop" (2022). Physics Lab Experiments with Simulated Data for Remote Delivery. 10.
I am indebted to colleagues, past and present (Bryan Armentrout, Victor Castro, Lawrence Hawkins, Stefan Kautsch, Andrew Kiene, Louis Nemzer, and Carlos Nunez), whose input, in one form or another, has been invaluable to the elaboration of the lab manual in its current edition.