Unformatted text preview: Conclusions In conclusion this experiment shows how experimental uncertainty and error analysis becomes very important especially when trying to figure out something as precise as possible. Data of gravity was used to show how off numbers can be when analyzed. The value obtained using the graph were the points (.85, 4.2) and (.35, 2) were used to access the slope and thus the acceleration of gravity, the value obtained was 8.8 m/s^2. Which is noticeably off by 10.2%. In the rest of the lab numbers were changed to both scientific notation and were accessed for significant figures....
View Full Document
- Spring '08
- Scientific Notation, Accuracy and precision, experimental uncertainty, Travis Marziani Physics