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# driven oscillations - the angular frequency fall within the...

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Data Results, Data Results, Calculations, Analysis 2 Dampening Discs 1 Dampening Discs 5T (s) T (s) A 0 (cm) 5T (s) T (s) A 0 (cm) 8.91 1.782 2.50 10.97 2.194 2.15 10.88 2.176 2.10 8.09 1.618 2.8 8.35 1.67 2.75 6.69 1.338 4.3 7.09 1.418 3.70 5.59 1.18 5.95 5.65 2.825 4.30 6.16 1.232 5.35 6.97 1.394 3.80 5.75 1.15 5.9 5.72 1.144 4.30 5.19 1.038 5.4 4.37 0.874 2.00 4.44 0.888 2.85 4.68 0.936 2.65 4.74 0.948 3.9 3.87 0.774 1.35 4.07 0.814 1.9 3.31 0.662 0.85 3.50 0.70 1.3 3.06 0.612 0.75 4.72 0.944 3.8 2.81 0.562 0.65 5.00 1.0 4.95 3.82 0.764 1.45 5.41 1.082 5.95 3. How well do the values of ω 0 from the fits compare with your measure value? Most of our calculated values of
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Unformatted text preview: the angular frequency fall within the value from the best fits. 1 disc 2 disc ω 0 = 5.786 +/- 0.01743 (rad./s) ω 0 = -5.562 +/- 0.02974 (rad./s) What are the numberical values of the dampening constants d from the fits (what are the units?). d 1 disc = -1.646 +/- 0.01687 ( N s/m) d 2 disc = 2.204 +/- 0.03752 ( N s/m) Do the relative widths of the two curves match your expectations? Yes the widths of the two curves match...
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