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    About_250

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    Physics 250 Introduction to the Experimental Physics II Summer 2006 Text: Bookstore packet Instructor: Bryan G. Peterson Oce: N355 ESC Phone: 422-7417 Research Area: C341 ESC Phone: 422-5665 E-Mail: bryan peterson@byu.edu Oce hours: 1:00-2:00, MW, by

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    Stats

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    II. SUMMARY OF ELEMENTARY STATISTICAL ANALYSIS Multiple Measurements and Mean Values Consider the following example of using statistical methods to evaluate the uncertainties associated with random errors. Think of making several measurements of the dista

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    INTRODUCTORY REFERENCE MATERIAL I. AN INTRODUCTION TO EXPERIMENTATION PHYSICS 250 Overview Before you are given a description of any detailed experiments, let's review the activities involved in any experimental laboratory work in physics. These are impor

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    INTRODUCTORY REFERENCE MATERIAL I. AN INTRODUCTION TO EXPERIMENTATION Overview PHYSICS 250 Before you are given a description of any detailed experiments, let's review of the activities involved in any experimental laboratory work in physics. These are im

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    FITTING EMPIRICAL EQUATIONS TO EXPERIMENTAL DATA If you can find a mathematical equation to describe (very accurately or only approximately) an experimental set of data, you can obtain not only greater insight into the data but also greater utility of the

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    Microm

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    MICROMETER A micrometer is a very useful tool for accurately measuring the dimensions of small objects. It is really nothing more than a calibrated screw. There are three things, however, you must note about using a micrometer: 1. Your measurement can eas

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    LV6-0-GettingStarted

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    Getting Started with LabVIEW Getting Started with LabVIEW July 2000 Edition Part Number 321527D-01 Worldwide Technical Support and Product Information www.ni.com National Instruments Corporate Headquarters 11500 North Mopac Expressway Worldwide Offices Au

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    EXPERIMENT 1 GETTING AROUND PHYSICS 250 PHYSICS 250 Apparatus Power Supply Signal Generator Multimeter Computer & Interface Box Introduction The purpose of this laboratory exercise is to introduce you to some of the computer programs used in Physi

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    EXPERIMENT 3 SOUND AND FOURIER ANALYSIS PHYSICS 250 Apparatus: Good quality microphones BNC to microphone connectors Various sources of sound Introduction In Physics 150 we studied a number of ways to analyze experimental data. Such methods includ

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    IntroMaterial

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    INTRODUCTORY REFERENCE MATERIAL I. AN INTRODUCTION TO EXPERIMENTATION PHYSICS 250 Overview Before you are given a description of any detailed experiments, let's review the activities involved in any experimental laboratory work in physics. These ar

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    EXPERIMENT 4 DC ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS PHYSICS 250 Apparatus: Regulated power supply Signal generator Electronic multimeter DC voltmeter DC milliammeter Resistors Photocell Dry Cell Introduction In modern experimental laboratories associated with

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    HANDLING EXPERIMENTAL UNCERTAINTY HOW TO DETERMINE UNCERTAINTY In reporting experimental results, data are usually listed with a numerical value for the uncertainty. For example, the best value of the mass of an electron currently is (5.48579902 0.0000001

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