When you change the revolving mass while keeping the

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3)When you change the revolving mass (while keeping the path radius and radial force constant), whatis the theoretical effect on its period? Did you observe this experimentally?Write out your answer in a clear and well supported paragraph.Attach your completeddata tables and graphs to this page.TYPE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE PROVIDED SPACES below & in your data tables.
Experiment 8: Centripetal Acceleration2/18/2018Student Name:DATASection Number:.05172 kgA. Variable Mass, Constant RadiusTable 8.1: Variable Mass0.201 m0.201720.03950.181720.03430.161720.03090.141720.02830.121720.02330.101720.02020.1887 m% Diff =6.31%B. Variable Radius, Constant MassTable 8.2: Variable Radius0.20172 kgr0.2010.03950.1780.03640.1550.03030.1410.02790.1200.02390.1000.02040.1954 kg% Diff =3.18%mh=r(measured)=mrSlope of F vs ω2r(calculated) =mr(measured)=Slope of F vs ω2mr(calculated) =
0.080.10.120.140.160.180.20.2200.0050.010.0150.020.0250.030.0350.040.045f(x) = 0.1887142857x + 0.0007849352Variable MassMass [kg]Slope of F vs ω2
0.080.10.120.140.160.180.20.2200.0050.010.0150.020.0250.030.0350.040.045f(x) = 0.1954115341x + 0.0005844462Variable RadiusRadius [m]Slope of F vs ω2

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