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Geometric model for motion of curves specified by acceleration...? Geometric Model for **Motion** of Curves Specified by **Acceleration** s of investigators affiliation Table of Contents 3 Introduction 4 Literature Survey 5 Objectives 9 Design 10 Research Plan 11 Anticipated Outcomes 12 References 14 Budget 16 abstract The analysis proposed for the Geometric Model for **Motion** of Curves Specified by **Acceleration** will seek to answer the research question: How is the **motion** of manifolds specified by **acceleration** described? Through a qualitative analysis, the examination will attempt to fulfill primary and secondary objectives through an in-depth review of pertinent literature as well as an examination of...

16 Pages(4000 words)Research Proposal

Acceleration - Mass over a pulley...Investigating Newton’s second law of **motion** This experiment investigated and proved Newton’s second law **motion**. The results indicated that: **acceleration** (a) of a moving body is directly proportional to the applied force (F) and inversely proportional to the total mass. This **acceleration** is parallel and is in the direction of the net applied force. The results of this lab experiment conformed to Newton’s second Laws of **Motion** which can expressed mathematically as F=ma.
Goals
The aim of this experiment is to test Newton’s Second Law of **motion** (F=ma) by investigating the relationship between: **acceleration** and applied force,...

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Projectile Motion...from the time projection and the exact time of landing an error that can be attributed to the inaccuracy of the observer causing random error. Another possible cause of inaccurate results is the variation of the initial velocity as a result effect of the difference in the launching of the gun affecting the muzzle velocity.
If this experiment was performed on the moon where the force of gravity is 1/6 of the earth, we expect the initial velocity to be greater than when it would have been in the lab because the moon offers less resistance in terms of force to the **motion** of the projectile. Similarly, If the experiment was performed on the moon, the target distance will be longer because the **acceleration**...

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Estimation of the value of gravitational acceleration g based on measurements from a simple pendulum...)
Pendulums find many applications in the world including the fact that their regular **motion** are used to regulate pendulum clocks (Homer & Bowen, 2014). Other applications are typical in seismometers, gravimeters, and accelerometers.
As part of the hypothesis, the experiment seeks to determine the **gravitational** **acceleration** based on hypothesis that there is a relationship between the periodic time and length of the pendulum in determining the **gravitational** **acceleration**. In this research it is assumed that the amplitude of displacement for each trial is the same.
Method
The classic setup, for studying oscillations of the pendulum, is as illustrated in...

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Estimation of the value of gravitational acceleration g based on measurements from a simple pendulum...with an initial angle (θ). The angle is so small such that the sin θ can be approximated to just θ making this **motion** to be simple harmonic. It involves swinging the ball for a given number of oscillations and observing the time it takes to make those oscillations. From that information, we can obtain the time per oscillation. This time taken per oscillation is obtained for different lengths of the string. The relationship 4π2/slope is then used to estimate the value of the **acceleration** due to gravity, g.
The main aim of the pendulum experiment is to determine the effect that the length of the string has on the period taken by the pendulum to make a complete oscillation. It also aims at determining a...

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Estimation of the value of gravitational acceleration (g) Based on measurements from a simple pendulum...Applied Math: Using a Simple Pendulum to Arrive at an Estimated Value for **Gravitational** **Acceleration** g Table of Contents I. 4 II. Introduction 4
III. Method 5
IV. Results, Analysis 6
V. Discussion 8
VI. Conclusion 9
References 11
I. Abstract
The experiment calls for the determination of the value of **gravitational** **acceleration** from a good understanding of how a simple pendulum’s parameters relate to one another. The setup involves using a weight suspended on a piece of string, in this case a golf ball. Ten oscillations were measured by the use of a smart phone timer, and varying lengths of the pendulum were determined with the use of the ruler. For varying lengths of the...

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Estimation of gravitational acceleration due to pendulim...in the experiment.
Introduction
The use of a simple pendulum experiment in the study of **motion** helps to provide valuable insights into the **acceleration** of objects due to the **gravitational** force. In this experiment, a mass is set to swing to determine the number of oscillations in a particular period. Such an oscillatory **motion** is referred to as simple harmonic **motion** (JHA & JHA, 2009 pg. 275). This experiment was conducted to facilitate the understanding of the relationship between various parameters in an oscillatory system. As such, the main objective of this experiment is to estimate the value of **gravitational** force acting on the...

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Double negative gravitational renderer...ARTICLE INFORMATION “Interstellar technology throws light on spinning black holes”, Institute of Physics Publishing, 02/16 http www.astronomy.com/news/2015/02/interstellar-technology-throws-light-on-spinning-black-holes
RESEARCH SUMMARY
This paper looks into the new light set on knowledge about the nature of black holes by a new computer code, Double Negative **Gravitational** Renderer (DNGR), developed by a London-based team of 30 visual effects artists from visual effects company Double Negative in collaboration with Caltech theoretical physicist Kip Thorne that simulated never seen before graphical images of what a would be seen if a camera was near a spinning black hole. The simulation reveals stunning images... of the...

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Acceleration of a cart...This experiment aims to study the **motion** of a cart on an inclined plane. A **motion** sensor will be used to measure the **motion** of a cart that will be pushed up an inclined plane. Data studio will be used to record the **motion** and calculate the velocity and the **acceleration** of the cart as it moves up and down the inclined plane. These calculations will then be compared to the data from an **acceleration** sensor mounted on the sensor.
Background
Newton’s law relates the **motion** of an object to the net force exerted on it. It is given by F=ma. This equation is a vector equation which implies that the forces can be separated into X...

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Motion Sensors...are maximized and enables **accelerated** media content preparation. The CDN has a vast array of distributed servers located in different locations all over the world. This ensures provision of storage services which are reliable, redundant and available at all times. Because of the vast storage capabilities and scalability of these servers, clients can be assured of scalability if future storage demands grow.
Benefits
The Akamai CDN is composed of a large number of distributed servers located in numerous geographical locations all over the world. Visitors to websites that use Akamai CDN services will be served content from an edge server that is located near their geographical location. This speeds up performance of these...

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