Linear Mass Density!! 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find linear mass density using a graph ln(v) vs ln(T), from Velocity=squareroot Tension/linear density, take natural log ln(v) = 1/2 ln(T)-1/2ln(m). our professor told us to find it this way cause 1/2ln(m) is the y-intercept of the best fit line of five trials 2. Relevant equations so y-intercept=-1/2ln(m). for y intercept I got 3.5073 from an experiment done in lab. 3. The attempt at a solution I got 8.9866 * 10^-4 for linear mass density. but after all that my main question is what are the units? would they be m/s? if so how do I convert it to g/m? Thanks!