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Homework Help: HELP Lab problem

  1. Oct 2, 2004 #1
    HELP!!!!!!!!! Lab problem!!!!

    Hi people!!! Allow me to introduce myself. I'm MoonsideMaster, and I'm majoring in Mathematics. I hope that, when I get to know you people better, I will be able to contribute in some way. But as for now, I am having a very hard time solving a problem in my physics lab manual. The manual can be seen at the following site: https://doppler.poly.edu/Manuals/PH2004/PH2004Experiment1.htm My problem is on both part A and B of the Analysis section, and they're both #4. I just can't seem to find a way to figure out what the uncertainties are because I really don't know what to do there. I've attached my work in a ZIP file, so if you want, please refer to my work to see what I've already solved and what I want to find. Thanks a lot.

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