Gravity, Motion, and Waves

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Gravity is the attraction of one particle or body to another. Larger masses have a stronger gravitational force, or the measurement of the pull of gravity, than smaller masses. The micro:bit can sense acceleration and can measure the force of motion. This lesson measures forces of motion with one micro:bit and sends the data to a recording micro:bit. The experiment provides a basis for further force measurement activities.


Adapted from “Gravity, Motion, and Waves“ by C Lyman CC BY-NC-SA