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Physics IA - Linearizing (an Inverse Exponent fit?)

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Hello everyone!

 

Like many other students now, I'm trying to finish up all of my IAs before the mocks and eventually finals these next few months. However, I am stuck as how to linearize my data... my teacher wanted me to try first before any additional help will be handed out/I use a complicated formula I found online. I've seen many Youtube videos, past questions etc. but none of them seemed to be the shape of my graph :(

 

My experiment is the singing wine glass experiment, where I measure the frequency produced when varying the amount of water inside the glass:

(copy pasted the table didn't seem to work to well either, sorry)

Volume (m3) - Mean Frequency (Hz) ± 10Hz
 

0 ± 0.0000100 - 662

0.0000500 ± 0.0000005 - 655

0.0001000 ± 0.0000010 - 648

0.0001500 ± 0.0000015 - 641

0.0002000 ± 0.0000020 - 607

0.0002500 ± 0.0000025 - 548

0.0003000 ± 0.0000030 - 485

0.0003500 ± 0.0000035 - 401

0.0004000 ± 0.0000040 - 327

 

Attached is the graph created with Logger Pro.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Anthony

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Edited by Anthony Bui

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