Intro to analysis.xlsx - particle 1 Fit 1 particle 2 Fit 2...

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particle 1 Fit 1 particle 2 Fit 2 time (s) speed (m/s) time (s) speed (m/s) 0 0 -0.056444 0 0 -0.004889 1 2.01 1.984056 1 2.23 2.520778 2 3.91 4.024556 2 5.32 5.046444 3 6.02 6.065056 3 7.53 7.572111 4 8.11 8.105556 4 10.4 10.09778 5 10.3 10.14606 5 12.4 12.62344 6 12.1 12.18656 6 15.3 15.14911 7 14.2 14.22706 7 17.4 17.67478 8 16.3 16.26756 8 20.3 20.20044 Particle 1 2.0405 -0.056444 0.011128 0.052979 0.999792 0.086195 33624.73 7 249.8184 0.052007 Particle 2 2.525667 -0.004889 0.031268 0.148865 0.998928 0.242201 6524.569 7 382.7395 0.410629 0 1 2 3 4 -5 0 5 10 15 20 Particle Column B time (s Rate of change of 0 1 2 3 4 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 Partic Column E s p e e d ( m /s ) Rate of change o slope y-intercept uncertainty of slope uncetainty in the y-intercept R ^2
5 6 7 8 9 e 1 Column C s) f velocity 5 6 7 8 9 cle 2 Column F of velocity
Summary- In this experiment we collected the velocities of the two particles over the same intervals of time Based on the results of the data, we can conclude that the experiment was done well due to the c the points and the regression line. Using the linest function in excel we were able to infer based on the data, the slope and the y-inte things like uncertainty of slope and the y-intercept, and the regression line value. Possible sources of error during the facilitation of this experiment include human error and system There maybe discreptancies in the data, due to late speed calculations causing human error in exp

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