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Paul Gonzales Simple Harmonic Motion PENDULUM Length (m) Average T (s) T2 (s2) 0.528 1.456 2.119936 0.516 1.439 2.070721 0.412 1.292 1.669264 0.345 1.168 1.364224 0.278 1.056 1.115136 0.227 0.9537 0.90954369 0.168 0.8307 0.69006249 Slope Y-int Value 4.000647937 0.00589774 Uncertainty 0.038981255 0.014665939 % Unc 0.974373539 SPRING Hanging Mass (kg) Average T (s) T2 (s2) 0.1 0.8421 0.70913241 0.12 0.8951 0.80120401 0.14 0.9455 0.89397025 0.16 0.9946 0.98922916 0.18 1.039 1.079521 0.2 1.083 1.172889 Slope Y-int Value 4.641418329 0.244778222 Uncertainty 0.01278104 0.001966232 % Unc 0.275369265 RESUL TS Value Uncertainty % error g 9.868005939 0.096151239 0.591 2939 72 k 8.505679689 0.023422028 % uncertainty= uncertainty * 100 / slope SPRING = 0.01278104*100 /4.641418329= 0.275369265% PENDULUM= 0.038981255*100/4.000647937= 0.974373539% % error = 0.591293972 %

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Paul Gonzales Error Analysis: Our slope of Period squared versus Length gives us a slope of 4.000647937 for the pendulum and a slope of 4.000647937 for the spring. But these results do not really depict
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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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