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Length of the Spring: Lo = 0.138 Real Constant: Kreal = 10- Table I: Hooke's Law. Trials 2 3 4 5 6 Mass .150 200 250 .350 m(kg) Force on the 0.96...
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LAB QUESTIONS

2.     Write the mathematical equation showing the relationship between Force and elongation.

3.     Determine the spring constant from the slope of the best fit line;

4.     Determine the percentage error in the spring constant vs. its real value.

USE the data from table 1 only to answer the question (disregard table II)

DATA:
Length of the Spring: Lo = 0.138 Real Constant: Kreal = 10-
Table I: Hooke's Law.
Trials
2
3
4
5
6
Mass
.100
.150
200
250
.300
.350
m(kg)
Force on the
0.98
1.47
1.96
Spring
2.45
2.94
3.43
Fs (N)
Length
210
255
.30
.360
.407
457
L(m)
Increase in
072
Length
0.117
0.172
0.222
0.269
0.319
AL (m)
Table II: Oscillation
Trials
2
3
4
5
6
Mass m(kg)
100
150
200
250
300
350
A(m)
0.02481
0.01546
0.03057
0.03305
0.03123
0.06819
9.497
7.894
6.853
6.173
5.647
5.250
3.289
0.3518
4.598
3.569
4.002
4.713
T(s)
0.661
0.795
0.916
1.017
1.112
1.197
T2 (s)
0.436
0.632
0.839
1.034
1.236
1.432
f(Hz)
1.512
1.257
1.091
0.983
0.899
0.835
T= period// f= frequency
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Focus
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Force on the Spring vs Change in Length Linear Fit for: Data set | Force on the Spring
F5 = mx+b m (Slope): 9.346 N/m b (V—Intercept): 02334 N Correlation: 0.9997 RMSE: 0.02293 N 0.2
Change in Length (m)
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