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Getting the value of g from the slope

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If the mass density of the string is 0.0013 kg/m and measurement of the relevant length of the string is 1.36 m and the slope, k, of the graph is 1,000 s^-2 kg^-1, then what is the measured value for the acceleration due to gravity, g? Include units.

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The solution shows how to extract the value of gravity from the slope of the line.

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