This is a set of directions for setting up a CBR to a TI graphing calculator to collect the distance a slinky is from the CBR.
By attaching a small rubber ball to a slinky you can collect the oscillating motion of the ball on the graphing calculator. Then students can learn about the equation f(x)=Asin(Bx+C)+D as they try to fit a function to the raw data.
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