Linear Models: Circumference v. Diameter

Linear Models: Circumference v. Diameter
Linear Models: Circumference v. Diameter
Linear Models: Circumference v. Diameter
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This is a great first class activity for physics. Students measure circumferences and diameters of various objects and graph their data to model the relationship between the two quantities. It serves to help you observe your new students' laboratory skills and graphing skills before making headway into the class. It also is a great introduction to graphing physical data and developing linear models which occur frequently in introductory physics.
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Linear Models: Circumference v. Diameter
Linear Models: Circumference v. Diameter
Linear Models: Circumference v. Diameter
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