I have a conceptual problem that involves logger pro. Unfortunately, I do not have access to logger pro. Here it is: Suppose you have used a motion detector to collect data for an object that is moving with constant acceleration. Describe how to use LoggerPro to determine the value of the acceleration of the object from a position vs. time graph
The Attempt at a Solution
I believe you just take the slope of the tangent line at a point on a position vs. time graph to find the acceleration at that point. I'm not confident in my answer because I do not reference loggerpro at all. Is there another or more correct way. I downloaded the loggerpro 3 demo but I have limited access and cannot graph motion with constant acceleration without sensors. Any help would be appreciated. Perhaps there is a slope of the tangent line function in the software?