Brief lab 2a

Brief lab 2a - ECE2001W Section3 Lab 2 Vps(vol Vr(vol Is(mA...

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ECE2001W Section 3 Lab 2 1. This step involved finding the voltage in two resistors in parallel. The first resistor was 1.1 kilo-ohms and the second resistor was 1.6 kilo-ohms. A voltage of 0.995 volts was supplied and gave 0.406 volts in the 1.1 kilo-ohm resistor and 0.589 volts in the 1.6 kilo-ohm resistor. The theoretical voltages came out within a ten thousandth of a volt which means there was not much error in the system. V=IR 2. This step involved finding the current in two resistors used in step one except in parallel. The current through the 1.1 kilo-ohm resistor was 0.86 mA and the current through the second resistor was 0.59 mA. The theoretical currents came out within a couple hundredths of a milliamp which is a very small amount of error. V=IR 3. This step involved finding the voltage and current in a circuit with a power supply and a resistor, then plotting the data, and finding the resistance by using the slope of the graph. The slope of the graph came out to be 1.68 kilo-ohms. The resistor used was 1.6 kilo-ohms, the difference could be because of the tolerance of the
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