Mass vs. Force Series1- Trial 3
2
1.8
y = 11.00x - 0.012 R = 0.999
1.6
1.4
1.2 (m1+m2)a [N]
1 Series1 0.8 Linear (Series1)
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Force vs Mass Series 1- Average
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y = 11.21x
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Analysis Work Wactual = Wapp+ Woverflow (Aluminum Cylinder) 287 = 190 + 103 287 293 (Plastic Cylinder) 98 = 0 + 100 98 100 1- According to Archimedes' principle the actual weight of an object should be equal to its