Question:

Graph the data set below by hand, on paper. Use a scatter plot and add a best fit line. Velocity (cm/s) 120 Time (s) 0.0167 0.03

Graph the data set below by hand, on paper. Use a scatter plot and add a best fit line.
Velocity (cm/s)
120
Time (s)
0.0167
0.0333
0.0500
135
153
165
180
0.0667
0.0833
0.1000
0.1167
204
216
231
249
258
0.1333
0.1500
0.1667
0.1833
0.2000
0.2167
282
300
318
Find the slope of the best fit line in m/s2. Draw a triangle on the graph and show values for At
and Av. Show the slope calculation and answer on the graph. Box in the answer.
.
3. Formatting
Use a straight edge or ruler for axes and lines.
Use landscape orientation. Your graph should be full size (almost the size of the page). In
other words, use the page space well and effectively.
Use a pencil! This is good advice, as we tend to make lots of mistakes and corrections in
physics. Erase, erase, erase but never cross out!
Either graph paper or plain white paper is acceptable. Lined notebook paper is not
acceptable.

Graph the data set below by hand, on paper. Use a scatter plot and add a best fit line. Velocity (cm/s) 120 Time (s) 0.0167 0.0333 0.0500 135 153 165 180 0.0667 0.0833 0.1000 0.1167 204 216 231 249 258 0.1333 0.1500 0.1667 0.1833 0.2000 0.2167 282 300 318 Find the slope of the best fit line in m/s2. Draw a triangle on the graph and show values for At and Av. Show the slope calculation and answer on the graph. Box in the answer. . 3. Formatting Use a straight edge or ruler for axes and lines. Use landscape orientation. Your graph should be full size (almost the size of the page). In other words, use the page space well and effectively. Use a pencil! This is good advice, as we tend to make lots of mistakes and corrections in physics. Erase, erase, erase but never cross out! Either graph paper or plain white paper is acceptable. Lined notebook paper is not acceptable.