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    Physics Investigation of Stopping Distances Aim === To investigate how a toy car's stopping distance is affected by its vertical height Hypothesis The greater an object's gravitational potential energy the longer it will take to cease all movement. This is because it will have more kinetic energy - and if we assume that the energy is removed at a constant rate by friction then the more kinetic energy an object has the longer it will continue moving Background knowledge

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    The Factors Affecting the Stopping Distance of a Margarine Tub Aim: To investigate the factors that affect the stopping distance of a catapulted margarine tub. In this experiment, I will be concentrating on the effect that varying the mass of the catapulted tub has on its stopping distance (sd.). Introduction: Things that move eventually have to stop. However, where they stop depends on several factors- their mass (the mass of the moving object), the speed the moving object is

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    Investigation of the Relationship Between Mass of a Vehicle and Its Stopping Distance Problem The problem to be investigated is "how does the mass of a vehicle affect its stopping distance when brakes are applied?" This problem is related to the conservation of energy and will be investigated through a trolley going down a ramp. A simple trolley will be used to represent the vehicle and weights attached to the rear of the trolley via a pulley system will act as the brakes. Throughout the

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    Investigating the Relationship Between the Height and Stopping Distance of a Toy Car My Plan I am going to investigate how the height, (from which a toy car will be dropped) has an affect on the stopping distance of the toy car. I will use a clamp to fix a ramp on to a retort stand, from which I will release the car. The car will be released from a distance of 128cm which is in actual fact the size of the ramp. After every individual test I will decrease the height, from that which the

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    An Investigation To Find Out What Affects The Stopping Distance Of A Toy Car Introduction: ============= We are going to investigate how changing the height of the starting position of the car of the ramp affects the stopping distance of the toy car. ==================================================================== Variables: Things we could change to affect the stopping distance - * Gradient of ramp * Speed * Counter forces * Mass of car * Starting position

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    Factors Determining the Stopping Distance of Rollers Down a Ramp Theory- ------- When the roller is rolling down the slope then potential energy is converted to kinetic energy that converts into heat energy. MGH = ½MVsquared The loss of kinetic energy on the carpet is …. ½MVsquared = braking force x braking distance therefore…. ½Mvsquared = F x so MGH = F x [IMAGE] If m, g and f are constant then…. [IMAGE] However if G is constant then…. [IMAGE]

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    between the stopping distance and the initial velocity of the car before braking on different road conditions. In this experiment, a car is driven at different speeds on dry and wet road conditions. The braking distance is then measured, and the coefficient of friction is determined with the information recorded. The stopping distance, oftentimes called braking distance, is the distance that a car travels while slowing to a complete stop. There are many variables that affect the braking distance that

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    Artificial Neural Networks Report

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    Learning Research, 14(1), 1865-1889 [14]Pavelka, A., & Procházka, A. (2004). Algorithms for initialization of neural network weights. In Sbornık prıspevku 12. rocnıku konference MATLAB 2004(Vol. 2, pp. 453-459).‏ [15]Prechelt, L. (1998). Early stopping-but when?. In Neural Networks: Tricks of the trade (pp. 55-69). Springer Berlin Heidelberg [16]Stathakis, D. (2009). How many hidden layers and nodes?. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 30(8), 2133-2147.‏ [17] Wilson, D. R., & Martinez

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    Introduction Fitness is an important component of a successful swimmer. Race distance and stroke are components of fitness that contribute to the fundamental elements of a good swimmer. The fitness tests used to access a swimmer should also reflect the range of fitness components, and the interpretation of the results should also be relative to the importance of each of these attributes (Ginn, E., 1993). Along with a high level of skill required to be a successful swimmer, there are also different

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    4-Week Training Program

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    get around 10 hours of physical activity at least. This involves me playing sports such as basketball and football, both of which require a great deal of stamina. Over the course of this program I aim to improve my fitness levels, and certain distances or times of different events that will help me with my chosen sport, which is basketball. I am hoping to improve the skill level of my game which will enable me to become a better player. There are certain hazards in the school gym where I

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