Research Title The Use of a Bow and Arrow to Test the Probability of Bull’s-Eyes Introduction Scientists throughout the years have always had thoughts of the numerous possibilities that would erupt from their experiment. Measurements made during the experiment causes the set of probabilities to immediately and randomly assume one of the possible values. This was stated by the Copenhagen Interpretation whose essential concepts were devised by Nielsen Boor, Werner Heisenberg and others in the years 1924-27.
A problem was later seen with the interpretation of it being applied to everyday objects resulting in contradiction with common sense. The Schrodinger’s Cat experiment was then made by Erwin Schrodinger to illustrate the problem which paved the way for other scientists to experiment with probabilities. Research Problem * Can we test the probability of Bull’s-Eyes with the use of a Bow and Arrow? Specific Problem * How many trials would have to be done until the test is finished? * What factors can decrease the probability of Bull’s-Eyes?
Hypothesis Alternate Hypothesis: * A Bow and Arrow can be used to test the probability of Bull’s-Eyes Null Hypothesis: * A Bow and Arrow cannot be used to test the probability of Bull’s-Eyes Significance of the Study The team of researchers aims to show the results of shots fired in different situations. This research aims to see the limits of different bows and arrows in making precise and accurate shots. Furthermore, it aims to enhance and help the public to be aware of the capabilities of bows and arrows.
This research proposes the disappeared use of bows and arrows as a tool in promoting archery as an educational sport. These projects serve as a catalyst in promoting archery with the use bows and arrows in a controlled and easily manipulated environment setting. Objectives of the Study * To explore the results that will be obtained from different versions of bows and arrows * To establish numerous trials with people of different abilities, each with the same set of different circumstances in an estimated number of trials. * To create a controlled and easily manipulated environment to achieve specific results.
Definition of Terms 1. Probability – the quality or fact off probable event, circumstance, etc. 2. Bull’s- Eyes – the coordinates or instance of aiming and throwing/flaring an object that results in hitting the center off target. 3. Precise – being exactly that and neither more nor less. 4. Accurate – free from error or defect; consistent with a standard, rule, or model. 5. Catalyst – a person or thing that precipitates an event or change. The Use of a Bow and Arrow to Test the Probability of Bull’s-Eyes Introduction By princedom’s