### SC 130 Laboratory 06 Photos

The laboratory is the midterm practical examination laboratory. In this laboratory I intentionally provide considerably less guidance on the specifics of the procedure, table design, chart type, and analysis.

#### Hypothesis

There exists a mathematical relationship between the drop height and the bounce height for a ball.

Yahne and Ivyleen chose to drop their ball on the table. If nothing else, my students are comfortable in the laboratory and willing to stand on furniture. Yahne and Ivyleen opted, of their own accord, to go beyond one meter.

#### Procedure

1. Drop the ball from five to ten different heights. For each drop measure the drop height in centimeters. You choose the drop heights.
2. Measure the bounce height in centimeters for each drop height.

Maverick and Claire working with drop heights of less than one meter.

#### Data tables

Produce a table of drop heights and their corresponding bounce heights.

Vishani drops the ball while Renee holds the meter sticks.

#### Data display

Make a chart appropriate to displaying the mathematical relationship between drop height and bounce height.

RS and Teine record results

#### Data analysis

Report the slope and intercept of a best fit line to your data. Does the data appear to be well modeled by a linear mathematical relationship? If not linear, is there a relationship? If you were given a drop height, could you calculate a bounce height?

#### Conclusion

Wrap up with a conclusion that discusses whether there is a mathematical relationship and, if so, then the nature of that relationship. Write well. Grammar, Vocabulary, Organization, and Cohesion will still be marked.