Title: Working With Motion
Lab Question/Problem: How do we meaasure work in motion
Hypothesis: Push Pull meter, scissors, plastic ring, string, book and shoe
Materials:push pull meter, string, scissors, plastic ring, copybook, and shoe.

Procedure: 1. Use your push-pull meter to lift three objects from the floor to your desktop.
Observations:
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scissors http://www.schooltube.com/video/c69292f46d18d03a2b5b/Scissors copybook http://www.schooltube.com/video/19a4537aba6a26e8b823/Copybook shoe http://www.schooltube.com/video/635e4cce023e36432f28/Shoe)
In which case was the most work accomplished? the shoe
In which case was the least amount of work accomplished? Sissors
Data Analysis/Results:
Object
Distance moved
Amount of Force
Scissors
92 cm
1
Shoe
92cm
8
Book
92cm
7



Conclusion: Force is measured if you use a push pull meter.