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Post by MattChequers Fri Mar 01, 2013 4:29 pm

You can use the spreadsheet on moodle under labs/resources where you can fill up to 20 data points and a linear regression of the data will be computed. This should give you a final numerical value on the slope and the associated error...


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Post by tmcguckin Thu Feb 28, 2013 9:18 pm

Dear Fellow Classmates,
A concern has arisen regarding the Inertial Lab report. Regarding the uncertainty in the torque and inertia calculation, it is unclear how to obtain the uncertainty value for the uncertainty in the slope. Error bars can be plotted, however it is uncertain how to arrive at the numerical value.
Kind Redgards


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