Lab Report 2 - Ohms Law.docx - Ohms Law Lab Report Gabriela Valdes and Karla Ximin Performed February 4 2019 Submitted Objective In this experiment we

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Ohms Law Lab Report Gabriela Valdes and Karla Ximin Performed: February 4, 2019 Submitted: February 10, 2019 Objective
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In this experiment we learn and verify Ohm’s Law for commercially manufactured resistors. We also examine the limits of validity for Ohm’s Law by using the behavior of resistors, a diode, and a light bulb. Ohm’s law states that the current passing through a conductor is proportional to the voltage over the resistance. The equation is V = I*R where V is the potential difference between two point which include a resistance R. Method To produce accurate measurements in this experiment we need to make sure that all the data that we recorded is done in a timely manner (like asked). We should also make sure to label all our runs to keep everything organized, readable, and understandable. Materials 1. AC/DC Electronics Laboratory 2. Short Patch Cords (set of 8) 3. 850 Universal Interface Data tables, graphs, calculation, and analysis This is the graph for analysis of Ohm’s law for a resistor
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This is the graph for the analysis of Ohm’s Law for a resistor with 330 Ohm’s and 560 Ohm’s.
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This is the graph for the analysis of Ohm’s Law for a light bulb. This is the analysis for the Diode curves.
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  • Resistor, Electrical resistance, Gabriela Valdes, Karla Ximin

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