In each test we would accelerate and decelerate at different points. It also vary, because of the person who was conducting the test.
*What happens to the force over time? Patterns?
Over time, the force stayed about the same throughout the tests, but when the speed increased, the force barely changed. There are patterns, because they all stayed similar to one another and there weren't big increases and decreases in force.
*Explain the relationship between force & acceleration in your data.
The relationship between our force and acceleration is that our force relies on the acceleration and that determines the outcome of the test and if the acceleration goes up the force will go up as well.
*Compare & contrast data for each individual .
The data from each individual varied, because in each test there was a change in the motion in which we were testing and the skipping and the hopping were relatively close to one another .