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Tracker Modeling in Wooden Rod rolling down a slope
http://weelookang.blogspot.sg/2012/07/tracker-modeling-in-wooden-rod-rolling.html

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Tracker Modeling in in wooden rod rolling down a slope Model is x = -0.11*t^2-0.03*t and y = -0.006*t^2+0.0355 with pe potential energy defined as pe = m*g*h and te = pe +K


Tracker Modeling in in wooden rod rolling down a slope Model is x = -0.11*t^2-0.03*t and y = -0.006*t^2+0.0355, taking note that the data analysis shows a round off error number y = -0.006*t^2+0.035


Doing more research by evidence based kinematic model construction process to substantiate this article.

Wee L.K., Charles Chew, Goh G.H.,Lee T.L.,Samuel Tan (2012) Using Tracker as a Pedagogical Tool for Understanding Projectile Motion Physics Education, 47(4): 448. arXiv:1206.6489 [pdf] http://arxiv.org/abs/1206.6489


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