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I am soo lost and I need a theoretical equation for force in relation with distance. My lab is about how the force used to pull an elastic band back affect the distance a block travels after the elasticband is released. I got my results and made graphs and everything and came up with an equation. : D = (0.3489 ± 0.0999) F^2 + (5.5097 ± 1.6253). I need another equation to compare this equation with and calculate my experimental error. Can someone help me with a equation for force-distance or an equation where force^2 is = to distance? Someone just lead me in the right direction

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# Homework Help: Force-Distance lab

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