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Lab #9: Waves and ResonanceData Table #1: First TensionOrdernFrequency(Hz)Wavelength(m)119.672.433240.921.215361.470.810480.660.6085102.550.4866121.340.4057143.780.347Mass Hanger Pan + Slotted mass: 0.24940 kgTension T: 2.44412 NMass of String: 0.00150 kgLength of String: 1.442 mSlope: 47.64 m/sMass density of string: .00108 kg/mTheoretical mass density: .00104 kg/mPercent error: 3.85%Data Table #2: Second Tension
OrdernFrequency(Hz)Wavelength(m)127.502.433254.081.215381.110.8104111.230.6085137.500.4866165.020.4057192.480.347Mass Hanger Pan + Slotted mass: 0.44940 kgTension T: 4.404 NMass of String: 0.00150 kgLength of String: 1.442 mSlope: 66.76 m/sMass density of string: .000988 kg/mTheoretical mass density: .00104 kg/mPercent error: 4.98%Plot both graphs here:REFLECTION
1.What is a reasonable estimate of the uncertainties in both the resonant frequencies and therecorded wavelengths? Are they equal to the instrument uncertainty? Explain why or whynot.

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Term
Fall
Professor
davila
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Wavelength, Fundamental physics concepts, 0 00150 kg, 0 24940 kg