ex1 - Should it Why or why not V R v I R V v I Comment on...

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Experiment 2 Datasheet Name:_________________ Section: _________ Note: For the “unknown” resistance, R, just use the 4.7 k resistor. Ohm’s Law with Fig. 2.3 V s (V) I R (mA) V R (V) -10 -5 0 5 10 Plot V R v. I R on the next page. From examination of the plot, what is the unknown resistance, R? How did you arrive at this figure for R? Does the plot go through the origin? Should it? Why or why not? Ohm’s Law with Fig. 2.4 V s (V) I (mA) V (V) -10 -5 0 5 10 Plot V v. I on the next page. From examination of the plot, what is the unknown resistance, R? How did you arrive at this figure for R? Does the plot go through the origin?
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Unformatted text preview: Should it? Why or why not? V R v. I R V v. I Comment on the meaning or the term “resistance” by comparing the two graphs. Kirchoff’s Voltage and Current Laws R (k Ω ) I R (mA) V R (V) 2.2 3.3 4.7 10 5.6 Do KVL and KCL hold for this circuit? Why? Experimentally determine the total resistance in the circuit by measuring V s and I, or by employing our old pal Ohm’s Law and compare this figure with the calculated resistance. Show your work. Potentiometer R 12 V o (V) R 13 (k Ω ) R 23 (k Ω ) 3 5 Show how the results agree with voltage division....
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2009 for the course EEL 3111C taught by Professor Srivastava during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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