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Unformatted text preview: ty? If not, explain why. QUESTION 6: What is the meaning of your intercept? Physics 1050 Experiment 3 Part V: Summary QUESTION 7: List at least three sources of uncertainty in this experiment. Classify them as systematic or random. Justify the classification. QUESTION 8: Does your experiment support the validity of Newton’s Second Law, i.e., did you show that the result obtained from Newton’s Second Law, a = gsinθ, was true? Physics 1050 Experiment 3 Wrap it up! Make sure all Questions and Tables of your Activity Log are complete. Incude your graph of a vs sinθ....
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