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  1. Physic Speeding Lab Danielle, Katie, Tori,Victoria Introduction paragraph: In thislab, the problem we were trying to solve is seeing if drivers are travelingover the speed limit on Cooper Road in front of the high school. This area hasa 35 mph speed limit. Our team has been asked to gather data about the carstraveling down Cooper Rd. Step-by-step procedure: 1. We came up with a plan to have two distancepoints in order to get a variety of data. We took a measuring tape and two stopwatches outside and found a place along the road to mark specific distances tocollect the data. 2. We marked a start point which would be 0 feetthan pulled the measuring tape to 40 feet and had someone stand on that pointthan continued pulling the tape to 80 feet and had an individual stand at 80feet as well. 3. We had two people at each of the two points;collect the time and description of the 10 cars that passed our points. 4. Each car passed through our marked area and wewould have someone say start and the timer would be clicked when the fronttires hit the start line and then it would be stopped when the back tires hit atyour specific stopping point. 5. We did this for 10 cars (non- consecutively) andcollected the data. 6. After we were done conducting the lab we compareour tables and shared the information we gathered to one another. [TABLE="class: MsoTableGrid, align: left"] [TR] [TD] Description [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] Time to go 40 feet [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] Time to go 80 [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] Silver Buick [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 1.57 [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 2.95 [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] Black Security Car [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 3.52 [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 6.34 [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] Blue Saturn [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 1.61 [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 4.33 [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] Silver Poniac [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 1.60 [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 4.18 [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] White Van [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 1.55 [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 2.87 [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] Black Volvo [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 1.43 [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 2.91 [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] White Jeep [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 1.30 [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 2.30 [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] Black Toyota [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 1.55 [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 3.50 [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] Silver Truck [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 1.84 [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 3.32 [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] White Ford [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 1.43 [/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"] 3.55 [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"][/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"][/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"][/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"][/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"][/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"][/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"][/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"][/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"][/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"][/TD] [TD="width: 190, bgcolor: transparent"][/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] Table
  2. WOW jennie i love All Time Low!! and i think dancing is cool too. i hope you have a great senior year and love every minute of physics class.
  3. wow lauren you seem like such an interesting person. i like exotic fruit to!! you seem so smart and have a bright future ahead of you.
  4. Hey guys, my name is Victoria and i am a seventeen year old senior at IHS. I have a 19 year old brother Joe who is studying pre med and two amazing parents, my dad is an architect for Wegmans and my mom is an accountant. I've played soccer every year since I could walk until I got several concussions and had to stop. I love my friends and family! I also love skiing and traveling throughout the winter to different ski resorts around the states. I am currently interested in being a lawyer and majoring in business. I am taking phsics this year because I thought it would be appropriate to take another year of science but I wanted something more mathematics based. I hope to learn more about the ideals of pshyics and what it actually is all about this year. I am excited to see how this year turns out.

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