From our data table, there wasn’t a relationship between speed and wavelength that we could see. The speed tended to be around 7.7 m/s –with a couple dips, and some that were unusually high– despite the change in wavelength. We then attempted to make a speed vs. wavelength graph and we ended up with a slope close to 0 and a y-intercept of 7.565 m/s. The slope being close to 0 shows that the speed and wavelength has no relation. The y-intercept has the units of m/s which is the unit for speed, which is exactly what the y-axis was. The y-intercept represents the speed of the spring of this experiment. From this part of the experiment, we can conclude that the speed cannot be altered with wavelength.
Lol, I was writing a lab report and decided to copy and paste one paragraph from my conclusion onto the other because they were really similar.
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