I am writing a physics lab report and was asked to linearize my data and then conclude if the valuables of Vo and change in Y are portional or not. The data in the first graph are the 3 points graphed, and the graph seems to be be a inverse squared function. I then linearized my data by plugging in the original values of Vo into 1/x^2 and plotted those new values against the values of change of Y. What does this data tell me? Are they proportional to each other or not?
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