1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Graph the following charts on excel so you have a linear relationship. Determine your x and y variables before graphing, you may have to rearrange and even recalculate some of the variables. Angle Period (s) 0 0.95 10 0.94 20 0.97 30 1.00 40 1.03 50 1.09 60 1.14 NOTE: TEACHER SAID THAT SHE GAVE THE WRONG NUMBERS, THESE WONT WORK, JUST GIVING THEM INCASE ANYONE ASKS. 2. Relevant equations T=2π√(lcosα/g) Fixed l of 1.0 m What is g? 3. The attempt at a solution Firstly, I have to get rid of the square root T^2 = 4π^2cosx/g I removed the l since it is equal to 1 and is a constant The problem is here already. What can I do to make it a linear function. The moment i squared the T it became a quadratic/ arc. I KNOW it isnt much, but i am struggling for so long and cant seem to get anywhere. Sorry about that guys.