Andwhatis , the angle the incline makes with the horizontal?

These are values you got from a lab?Ok so I have a set of values,

sintheta

.05

.1

.15

.2

.25

.30

x(cm)

14.1

9.8

8.2

7

6.4

5.6

The equation that relates them is mgsintheta = kx^n

now I hit both sides with log

log (mgsintheta) = nlog(x) + log(k)

My question is how do I create x and y values that I can plot on a graph. I assume the x(cm) is on my x-axis but I'm confused what goes on my y-axis.

Is it just log(.5) or is it log((9.8*.05*sin(.5)) for the y values?

You want a linear equation of the form y= Ax+ b so take , , NOT x, and