OBrien_E4 - m (kg) L (m) z (m) 0.000885 1.364 M (kg) 1.835...

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m (kg) L (m) z (m) Δm (kg) ΔL (m) Δz (m) µ=m/z (kg/m) 0 1.36 1.84 0 0 0 0 M (kg) f (hertz) Δf (hertz) 0.1 16.67 0.17 2.73 0 45.47 0.1 31.67 0.17 1.36 0 43.19 0.1 49.17 0.17 0.91 0 44.71 0.2 23.33 0.17 2.73 0 63.65 0.2 48.33 0.17 1.36 0 65.93 0.2 72.5 0.17 0.91 0 65.93 0.3 29.17 0.17 2.73 0 79.57 0.3 58.33 0.17 1.36 0 79.57 0.3 RPM won't go high enough 0.4 34.17 0.17 2.73 0 93.21 0.4 68.33 0.17 1.36 0 93.21 0.4 RPM won't go high enough M=.1kg Linear Least Squares Fit with uncertainties in y, or x and y. #data points Min. Fractional Change in a0 and a1 y uncertainties only 3 x y 0 1 16.67 0.17 16.25 2 31.67 0.17 3 49.17 0.17 With x and y uncertainties: # of It 0 16.25 M=.2 Linear Least Squares Fit with uncertainties in y, or x and y. #data points Min. Fractional Change in a0 and a1 y uncertainties only 3 x y 0 1 23.33 0.17 24.11 ΔM (kg) λ = 2L/(n-1) (m) Δ λ (m) v= λ f (m/s) σ x σ y a 0 a 1 a 0 a 1 σ x σ y a 0 a 1
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2 48.33 0.17 3 72.50 0.17 With x and y uncertainties: # of It 0 24.11 M=.3 Linear Least Squares Fit with uncertainties in y, or x and y. #data points
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