Free fall Experiment Help!!!!! 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Experiment:- OBJECTIVES In this experiment you will investigate the motion of a freely falling body on a fictitious planet. You will discover for an object that falls from rest (1) the value of the acceleration due to gravity on the planet, (2) how the distance fallen depends on the elapsed time, and (3) an interesting relation between the instantaneous velocity at the center of a time interval and the average velocity over that interval. SECTION 1 http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dctgg53g_53f3p8zf [Broken] SECTION 2 http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dctgg53g_57qn8qzw [Broken] 3. The attempt at a solution Guys i have already done this experiment and submitted it. But though i have no idea what i did and what are the conclusions. GUYS PLEASE EXPLAIN THESE EXPERIMENTS TO ME> I SINCERILY SAY THAT I DID THESE EXPERIMENTS AND IT TOOK ME ALOT OF TIME. SO I DID PUT ALOT OF EFFORT IN THEM. BUT SAD THAT THEY ARE NOT MAKING ABY SENSE TO ME> Please help Me Please give me the concept so that i can answer these questions!!! QUESTIONS Q1 Explain any difference you find between the values in Table I, column 6 and Table I, column 8. Q2 Based on your data in Table I, how does the displacement in free fall depend on the time elapsed since the object was dropped? Q3 Based on your data in Table II, what is the relation between the average velocity for a given time interval and the instantaneous velocity in the interval?