Functions and Variables (chemistry lab)

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Functions and Variables Beginning question: Does a constant amount of weight have a constant effect on how far a spring stretches? The dependent variable in this lab would be the springs and how much they stretch, the independed variable in this lab would be how much weight is put on the spring to make it stretch. A relationship that this experiment shows is that the heavier the weight the bigger the stretch the spring makes. Length 1 (cm) Length 2 (cm) Weight (grams) 5 8.26 600 5 8.81 700 5 9.35 800 5 9.9 900 5 10.4 1000 The spring that I used to find this data was small and oval like unlike some that were circular. It was black and its original length was 5 cm.
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Unformatted text preview: Length 1 (cm) Length 2 (cm) Weight (grams) 6.1 9.04 600 6.1 9.53 700 6.1 10.0 800 6.1 10.5 900 6.1 11.0 1000 The spring that I used to find this data was large and oval, it was orange and its original length was 6.1 cm. If a 63g weight is hung on the longer spring, what would be the amount of stretching? What would be the length of the spring? Does it make a diference if you investigate the length of the spring or the amount of stretching of the spring? If a 63g weight is hung on the shorter spring, what would be the amount of stretching? What would be the length of the spring?...
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