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Help: Accleration on inclined plane
For a project at school, we are looking at accelerations of objects on an inclined plane. However when viewing our data points, we noticed that accelerations in x,y,z all have negative values in them. Is it appropriate to use absolute acceleration instead? Huh Huh

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