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Analysis
Part 1: Analyzing uniform acceleration of data. The average acceleration of the
data as 8300 mm/s
2
. These values vary from uncertainties in each of the measurements
taken. The standard deviation would be 326.06. This is the standard uncertainty of our
data.
Velocity
y = 425.62x + 5.3957
R
2
= 0.9991
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Change in distance in mm
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Linear (Series1)
Two graphs were drawn, one by hand and one by a the computer. The slope of the hand
drawn graph was 436mm/sec. The graph the computer gave had a slope of 425.62. The
average percent difference is equal to 2.4%. This means that the graphs slopes were very
similar. The R value for the computer graph was .9991. This value is very close to one,
meaning that the data has a very strong positive linear relationship. The acceleration
value we determined was 8300 +/ 326.06. The expected value would be 9800mm/s
2
.
Although this outcome is not perfect, we must also remember that the setup was not
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2009 for the course PHYS 351 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at UNC.
 Spring '08
 Staff
 Electronics, Acceleration

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