... to approximately 4,000K (Kaler 182). Studies so far conducted refer these kind of

**stars** as end state of evolved main sequence bodies having M less than 9M (Aerts & Christensen-Dalsgaard 111). However, their exact number is not well document due to numerous inaccuracies similar to the study of coolest main sequence dwarfs as well as brown dwarfs (Aerts & Christensen-Dalsgaard 111). Hence, prompting them to be more intriguing to study despite their varied aspects document by certain astronomical scholars including exact location in HRD diagram, which this study intends to highlight.
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**1**: Hertzsprung-Russel-Diagramm (HRD): White Dwarf location. 2010. Web. 16Th March 2014.

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... Projectile **Motion** This refers to the **motion** under the effect of gravity. This **experiment** is going to investigate four aspects of projectile **motion**.
Objectives of the **experiment**
**1**. To show that horizontal and vertical components of **motion** can be treated separately
2. To show that the horizontal **motion** takes place at constant velocity
3. To show that the range is the same for complimentary angles
4. To show that the trajectory is a parabola
Discussion of the four aspects of the **experiment**
The first part was the **experiment** following the procedure in part 3.1 was meant to verify that the ball launched at different speeds hit the ground at the same time interval after being shot while the range will depend on the initial velocity...

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... **North** **Circumpolar** **Motion** of **Stars** ment of purpose This **experiment** seeks to relay adequate and clear understanding of how **stars** close to the northern pole usually move. This is by observing certain set of **stars**, which are seven in number of the famed Big Dipper within a given number of hours as per the **experiment**.
Procedure
Initial **experiment** encompassed choosing an appropriate location just after sunset meant to observing the **stars**, which is facing the Northern region.
The right location was to be devoid of any obstructions such that the view of Dipper was quite visible, then facing to the **North** on the horizon.
Observations in this case encompassed making outcomes from the northern sky after every 90 minutes coupled with tabulating...

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...Rotational **Motion**
Introduction
Aim
To demonstrate how a constant torque can create angular acceleration on a rigid body rotating about its center of mass.
Background
According to laws of linear **motion**, a stone dropped into a well covers a distance given by equation **1** below assuming the initial velocity is zero
…....... (**1**)
With u=0 and taking small changes in time and displacement, then the following relation holds true
…....... (2)
Considering a disk turning about some axis, equation 2 above can be converted into the angular domain as given by equation 3 below
…...... (3)
A rigid body rotates according to
τ = I α............ (4)
Where,the net torque is represented by τ (given by the sum of r × F, and α =angular acceleration(rad/sec2...

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