5 compute the percent error of the experimental value

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Remember, the slope of this graph represents ½ g.5. Compute the percent error of the experimental value of g determined from the graph in step4. Remember: Accepted value of g = 9.8 m/s6. Use a spreadsheet to compute the equations and plot the graphs Materials: 1)Pen/Pencil2
2)Calculator3)Excel SpreadsheetData and Observations:Task 1- Complete the ChartData TableTime, t(s)Dist.y1 (m)Dist.y2 (m)Dist.y3 (m)Dist.y4 (m)Dist.y5 (m)yσt20000000000.51.01.41.11.41.51.3.216.250.752.63.22.82.53.12.8.30.561.04.84.45.14.74.84.8.25.101.258.27.97.58.17.47.8.361.56Task 2- Plot a graph <y> versus t 00.20.40.60.811.21.4012345678901.32.84.87.8Average Distances vs. TimeTime (seconds)Average Distance(meters)
Task 4- Determine the slope of the line and compute an experimental value of g from the slope value. Remember, the slope of this graph represents ½ g.
Task 5- Compute the percent error of the experimental value of g determined from the graph in part d. (Accepted value of g = 9.8 m/s2)Percent Error = (Experimental Value –Accepted Value)--------------------------------------------------- x 100%Accepted ValueAccepted value= 9.8 m/s^2(9.3m/s^2-9.8 m/s^2)---------------------------- x 100%9.8 m/s^2
Percent Error= 5.102 %Task 6- Use a spreadsheet to perform the calculations and plot the graphs indicatedResults and AnalysisTask 1:

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