Principle of superposing: comparison of inclined projection and free fall

VP1.3.6.2
Principle of superposing: comparison of inclined projection and free fall
Principle of superposing: comparison of inclined projection and free fall Schematic diagram comparing angled projection and free fall (P1.3.6.2)
Principle of superposing: comparison of inclined projection and free fall

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In the experiment P1.3.6.2, a second ball is suspended from a holding magnet in such a way that the first ball would strike it if propelled in the direction of projection with a constant velocity. Then, the second ball is released at the same time as the first ball is projected. We can observe that, regardless of the launch velocity v0 of the first ball, the two balls collide; this provides experimental confirmation of the principle of superposing.

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1 33656  8  Projection apparatus, large LD
2 30106  4  Bench clamp LD
1 33621  8  Holding magnet LD
1 521231 Low-voltage power supply 3/6/9/12 V LD
1 31102 Metal rule, 1 m LD
1 30044  4  Stand rod, 100 cm, 12 mm diam. LD
1 30107  8  Simple bench clamp LD
1 50126  4  Connecting lead, 32 A, 50 cm, blue LD
1 50135  4  Connecting lead, 32 A, 200 cm, red LD
1 50136  4  Connecting lead, 32 A, 200 cm, blue LD
1 64942  4  Tray, 552 mm x 197 mm x 48 mm LD
1 688108 Quartz sand, 1 kg LD
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