Hi everybody. Sorry for urgency, but I am in dire need of help for my physics lab exam. Has anyone ever had experience with the formula:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

T^2 = kd + A/d

From a graph of T^2d (yaxis) vs. d^2 (xaxis), we can get the slope and the y intercept.

We are supposed to find the values of the constants k and A. Any ideas?

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we have the idea that from the graph we can get an equation of y=mx+b and use that to find the values of k and A. So, the b value would be (A/d) and the mx (kd). Does this work? Any ideas. THANK YOU SO MUCH IN ADVANCE

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