5 cutting metals for solids and hollows each for 6

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5.Cutting metals for solids and hollows each for 6 pieces.Result and ConclusionThe following graphs were created from the data collected in order to observedifferent relationship between the sample numbers, concentricity, circularity,parallelism and speed.
024681012024681012Length vs SequenceSOLIDSHollowsSequenceLengthFigure1 Sequence vs LengthFigure1 displays the relationship between the lengths of the specimens and simple numbers. From sequence 1-6 there is no evident trend between lengths and simple numbers, after doing regression analysis, we can tell that there is no relation between lengths and simple numbers.024681012024681012Outer Diameter vs SequenceSolidsHollowsSequenceDiameter inFigure2 Sequence vs Outer DiameterFigure2 displays the relationship between the outer diameter of the specimens and simple numbers. For the most part there is no evident trend between outer diameter and simple numbers, after doing regression analysis, we can tell that there is no relation between outer diameter and simple numbers.
024681012024681012Inner Diameter vs Sequence for Hollows onlyHollowsSequenceDiameter inFigure3 Inner Sequence for Hollows only vs DiameterFigure3 displays the relationship between the inner Diameter of the specimens and simple numbers. From the figure, it looks like when sample numbers increase, diameter decrease, since we only have 6 specimens and the trend is small, we need to do regression analysis, after doing regression analysis, we can tell that there is no relation between inner diameter and simple numbers.0

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