# 1. Consider the linear fit to your data. What physical value does the value of the...

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1. Consider the linear fit to your data. What physical value does the value of the intercept tell you?
Pressure (kPa) o Pressure (kPa) O Curve Fit Linear : y-max+b m:0.28503 +l-0.0064234 b: 93.921 +/0.30777 Correlation: 0.99924 RMSE 0.11879 110 108 100 104 30 5C 60 40 70 Temperature (C) LabQuest PDF Page 1 -09/10/19 anssa
periment # 2 Absolute Zero 2. What assumption(s) about pressure, temperature, and molecular motion must be made to calculate absolute zero by this method? 3. Compute a value for absolute zero from your best fit line equation. How close (percent error) is your value for absolute zero to that of the accepted value for absolute zero? Hint: Use Celsius units for this problem. O
4. Offer an explanation for your percent error. Why do you think your value differs from the theoretical value? (Think about the question, don't just say "experimental error")

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