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Posted by physics lab help on Monday, October 11, 2010 at 4:34pm.

I did a lab experiment where we verify Newtons second law experimentally.

A glider moves along a frictionless air track and is attached to a hanging mass. We vary the hanging masses and calculate the force since we have the mass and acceleration.

We have some questions to answer and i need help

If table wasn't level how would it affect the slope and the slope of the graph that was plotted force vs
acceleration.

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