Lab EC4 - V1 V2 V3 50 Unknown Resistor σL(cm 1 28.5 71.5...

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Unformatted text preview: V1, V2, V3 50 Unknown Resistor # σL (cm) 1 28.5 71.5 0.05 125.44 119.21 0.308 6.23 2 36.5 63.5 0.05 86.99 84.99 0.188 2.00 3 48.7 51.3 0.05 52.67 47.23 0.105 5.44 4 54 46 0.05 42.59 41.3 0.086 1.29 ∆Rx is higher than the expected error σRx probably due to some human error or machine V4 50 Unknown Resistor # σL (cm) 1 29.2 70.8 0.05 121.23 119.21 0.293 2.02 2 35.2 64.8 0.05 92.05 84.99 0.202 7.06 3 49.5 50.5 0.05 51.01 47.23 0.102 3.78 4 53.5 46.5 0.05 43.46 41.3 0.087 2.16 The values for Rx in V4 when compared to V1,2,3 are not equal. I am assuming that the Rx for AC should be equal to the Rx for the DC because they are higher or lower than eachoher consistently. V5 f (Hz) = 500 Unknown Capacitor # A 0.01 B 0.01 Questions VII 1 2 DC: L1 σRx/Rx AC: L1 σRx/Rx 28.5 0.00245 29.2 0.00242 50 would yield the lowest value of σRx/Rx. 36.5 0.00216 35.2 0.00219 48.7 0.00200 49.5 0.00200 54 0.00201 53.5 0.00201 3 R 3 (Ώ) = L 1 (cm) L 2 (cm) R x R m (Ώ) σR x ∆R x R 3 (Ώ) = L 1 (cm) L 2...
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course PHY 158 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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Lab EC4 - V1 V2 V3 50 Unknown Resistor σL(cm 1 28.5 71.5...

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