PURPOSE: How accurately can you account for experimental error?
TO DO ITEMS:

Create a method to accurately and reproducibly (?) determine the maximum downward force that can be exerted on a roll of toilet paper WITHOUT breaking it; and then calculate/predict the resulting maximum resultant angular velocity of that TP Roll

Determine a method to calculate the expected angular velocity of that TP Roll based on that data

Determine a method to calculate the expected angular momentum of that TP Roll based on that data
 Investigate your error and account for that error mathematically and through further investigation/experimentation (see below).
Report your findings in a Tabloid Article format as determined by the class... now.
Then:

Design a method to apply that force to the TP roll

Precisely apply that force

Measure the resulting angular velocity (how?)
 Measure the resulting angular momentum (how?)

Compare your theoretical/calculated initial values with your resulting experimental/actual values and calculate the % error.
 Investigate your error and account for that error mathematically and through further investigation/experimentation.
