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We have been doing a n experiment about Cent acceleration.

We had a formula which was UgM= 4Pie^2rm/T^2

Then we have T being ptoportional to M, R and m

Can someone help me to figure out the proportionality?

It is to be determined using maths although I have got some result (not using maths, only from our observation of graphs and making the LOG graph to find gradiant..) I have got it to be

T proportional to M^-.35

T proportional to m^.53

T proportional to r^.5

Is there any one that can help me to fing what the mathematical proportionality would be?

Also any work out would be apriciated to explain.

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