- Measure and record the period of oscillation for the unknown mass m in a separate data table.

m kg |
Time of 10 oscillation(s) |
Ts |
T T |
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t |
t |
t |
ave. time = |
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6.62s |
7.56s |
7.34s |
7.173 |
.7173 s |
.514567 s |

**5 Points**

- Find the value of m using the equation for the spring oscillation, K= 27.63489231. Show all your calculation steps.

**4 points**

- Find the value of m from the graph you did in 3 above. Describe how you did this.

**4 points**

- Calculate the percent difference between the values in 6 and 7 showing all calculation steps.

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