Then i had to adjust the motion sensor behind the

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Then I had to adjust the motion sensor behind the cart, and stable the track, so I can get the data correctly. I started the experiment by letting go the cart on the track until it stopped. While the cart is going, I had to get the data and graph on Pasco capstone. I had to crop the graph to get the data of the straight line. Then I had to get the linear data to get the acceleration from the graph. I had to repeat these steps by adding more weight on the cart for each trail. After getting all the information, I had to get the slope of best-fit line on excel.
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I had to get the percent error for my lab so I can compare my experimental value to the accepted value. Conclusion:
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