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Course hero tutor expert please help me out filling the data table calculations. I need to calculate the values for pi for circumference objects such as like a can of soup cup. Doesn't really matter which but for physics I'm sure you understand that calculating the percent uncertainty of the value added then divided together is crucial. Please note that may use 3.14159 to calculate the key for Pi. Lastly, write the results of Pi in calculations for each round object below to their desired charitable places indicated, thank you for your time and effort above all else! 13474874

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PHYS V01 Experiment Measurement DATA Table 5 (second round-object) Measurement Trial (mm) (cm) (m) unc (mm) unc (%) 1 Diameter 2 3 0.5 Average 1 2 Circumference 3 0.5 Average T (pi) = Circumf/Diameter unitless unitless Final Result: (TT)second object = + Percent error = % DATA Table 6 (third round-object) Measurement Trial (mm) (cm) (m) unc (mm) unc (%) 1 Diameter IN 3 0.5 Average 2 Circumference 0.5 3 Average TT (pi) = Circumf/Diameter unitless unitless Final Result: (TT) third object = + Percent error = %

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