EXPERIMENT 6.CENTRIPETAL FORCE(a) Click on the heading of the column for the measured centripetal force.In the“Options” tab, check the “error bar calculations” box and enter a fixed valueerror or±0.1Nwhich represents the sensitivity limit of the force sensor(b) Repeat the previous step for the column for the calculated centripetal force, butthis time instead of entering a fixed value for the uncertainty, tell it to use thecolumn created in step 6(c) Double click on the graph to bring up the graph options window and turn on theoption to show the x and y error bars and turn off the option to connect the datapoints with lines.9. Fit a curve to your data by selecting “Curve Fit. . .” from the “Analyze” menu. Choose“Linear” as the general equation, enter “1” as the value for the parameterA, the slopeof the curve, and click OK. This line represents the expressionFc=mω2r10. What percentage of your data points agree with the line (i.e.what percentage ofthe error bars does the line pass through? If all of the uncertainties were estimated
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