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Unformatted text preview: Review of Monday Recall that on Monday we: • looked at some calculus & kinematic relations (see webpage for solutions) • made some measurements and grappled w/uncertainty, both statistically ( 4 λ = 4 x x + 4 L L h λ i ( h λ i = h x/L i ) and graphically So, to review: The mass of a particular sample of rock retrieved from Mars is m = 772 . 2 ± . 2 g. The sample is in the shape of a cylinder of height h = 10 ± . 1 cm and base radius r = 2 . 5 ± . 1 cm. Calculate the density of the rock sample in units of kg/m 3 . You must state your result in the correct units with its associated uncertainty. The volume of a cylinder is V = πr 2 h . Review Ib The mass of a particular sample of rock retrieved from Mars is m = 772 . 2 ± . 2 g. The sample is in the shape of a cylinder of height h = 10 ± . 1 cm and base radius r = 2 . 5 ± . 1 cm. Calculate the density of the rock sample in units of kg/m 3 . You must state your result in the correct units with its associated uncertainty. The volume of astate your result in the correct units with its associated uncertainty....
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 Winter '08
 FRANKLIN
 Pythagorean Theorem, base radius, particular sample, associated uncertainty

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