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Paul Gonzales Conservation of Energy – Slope yi (cm) s (cm) v1 (m/s) v2 (m/s) y1 0 0 0 y2 30 0.625 0.624 y3 60 0.88 0.883 y4 90 1.084 1.084 y5 120 1.247 1.247 y (m) y'= y-y5 (m) Track Scale Location (cm) Displacement (cm) y1 0.088 50 0 y2 0.067 80 30 y3 0.046 110 60 y4 0.023 140 90 y5 0 170 120 v3 (m/s) v avg (m/s) 0 0 mass (kg) 0.625 0.624666667 0.209 0.881 0.881333333 1.078 1.082 1.243 1.245666667 GPE (J) v avg (m/s) KE (J) Et (J) 0.18042552 0 0 0.18042552 0.13736943 0.624666667 0.040776782 0.178146212 0.09431334 0.881333333 0.081170212 0.175483552 0.04715667 1.082 0.122340658 0.169497328 0 1.245666667 0.162151129 0.162151129 - 0.000150659 0.1821802 82 2.22566E-05 0.0016355 21 % uncertainty = uncertainty * 100 / slope =2.22566E-05* 100 /-0.000150659= -14.77 % Error Analysis:
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Paul Gonzales Our slope of Total Energy versus Displacement gives us a slope of 0.0002, which is close to the expected value of 0. A slope of .0002 is actually acceptable because the accepted value is 0 and falls within one standard deviation of the experimental slope value. Our
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2010 for the course PHYS phys 2625 taught by Professor Mcgraw during the Summer '10 term at Austin Community College.

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