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Bobb

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- Homework Statement
- Basically we did a lab where we dropped a ball and recorded the times then we created 3 graphs. Height vs t, height vs t^2. and sqrt of height vs. t. Where I'm confused is they want us to two 2 values of g from the slopes of the height vs t^2. and sqrt of height vs. t graphs. I thought the slope for height vs t^2 was already acceleration how would we find g from these?

- Relevant Equations
- X = Xo +Vot + 1/2at^2

0 = Yo + 0 -1/2gt^2

Did not know where to start so I tried A= v/t to find velocity then plug into equation to find g, but i got a huge g.