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d1 = 2.53 cm +/ .05 cm d2 = 1.753 m +/ .001 m 0 = 23.5 degrees +/ .5 degrees v1 = 1.55 m/s +/ .15 m/s Using the measured quantities above, calculate the following. Express the uncertainty calculated value. 1. d3 = 4 (d1 + d2)
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d1 = 2.53 cm +/ .05 cm d2 = 1.753 m +/ .001 m 0 = 23.5 degrees +/ .5 degrees v1 = 1.55 m/s +/ .15 m/s Using the measured quantities above, calculate the following. Express the uncertainty calculated value. a = 4 v1^2 / d2
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d1 = 2.53 cm +/ .05 cm d2 = 1.753 m +/ .001 m 0 = 23.5 degrees +/ .5 degrees v1 = 1.55 m/s +/ .15 m/s Using the measured quantities above, calculate the following. Express the uncertainty calculated value. a = 4 v1^2 / d2
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d1 = 2.53 cm +/ .05 cm d2 = 1.753 m +/ .001 m 0 = 23.5 degrees +/ .5 degrees v1 = 1.55 m/s +/ .15 m/s Using the measured quantities above, calculate the following. Express the uncertainty calculated value. d1 (tan (0))
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d1 = 2.53 cm +/ .05 cm d2 = 1.753 m +/ .001 m 0 = 23.5 degrees +/ .5 degrees v1 = 1.55 m/s +/ .15 m/s Using the measured quantities above, calculate the following. Express the uncertainty calculated value. d1 (tan (0))
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d1 = 2.53 cm +/ .05 cm d2 = 1.753 m +/ .001 m 0 = 23.5 degrees +/ .5 degrees v1 = 1.55 m/s +/ .15 m/s Using the measured quantities above, calculate the following. Express the uncertainty calculated value. Z = 4d1 (cos (0))^ 2
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d1 = 2.53 cm +/ .05 cm d2 = 1.753 m +/ .001 m 0 = 23.5 degrees +/ .5 degrees v1 = 1.55 m/s +/ .15 m/s Using the measured quantities above, calculate the following. Express the uncertainty calculated value. Z = 4d1 (cos (0))^ 2
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