## Momentum and Impulse TEST REVIEW:

Solving conservation of momentum and Impulse Problems.

## Momentum and Impulse TEST REVIEW:

Analyzing Momentum and Impulse related graphs

1. What is the independent variable for this graph?
2. What is the dependent variable for this graph? 3. According to our graphing rubric, what is this graph missing? 4. Assuming a tennis ball has a mass of .5 Kg, solve for the velocity of the ball upon impact with the racket. (Ans: 3.6 m/s) 5. Write a hypothesis for the experiment was collected from. Assume this data was collected as part of a lab in which several people were trying to see if tennis racket string tension played any factor in the force applied to the ball. 6. Does this graph prove or disprove you hypothesis? Explain why? 7. Describe a procedure that could be used to conclude whether string tightness on a tennis racket increases applied force to the ball. 8. Construct a table with realistic yet fictitious data showing your hypothesis being proven correct. 9. Construct a graph with the most important data from your experiment. 10. Describe what conclusions can be drawn from the graph you produced? |

## Momentum and Impulse TEST REVIEW:

Understanding Momentum and Impulse experiments

1. List the equipment you would use in completing an experiment trying to link an increased speed to an increased impact force. (consider using the dynamics track and LabPro equipment.
2. Write a detailed procedure for an experiment linking increased speed to increased impact force. 3. Write a deductive, three part hypothesis for this experiment. 4. Make a data table using fictitious, yet realistic data related to this lab investigation. Make sure you include all important data in this table. Make sure to use the table rubric to properly make your table. 5. Using the information from you table, construct a graph with the most important data. Make sure to use the graphing rubric to properly make your graph. 6. Based on the information in you graph, provide evidence that supports or refutes the hypothesis you made in problem 3. 7. Describe an alternative experiment you could design that would test the same hypothesis. |