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Unformatted text preview: Then, we restart and connect a 3.3k resistor to a switch and to the potentiometer. We then take this circuit and remove the switch, replacing it with a 10k resistor and measure the output voltage as a function of the position of the potentiometer knob. For the final step, we take the circuit from the previous measurements and flip it upside down doing the same procedures and again measuring the output voltages. Analysis Conclusion We have concluded that the output voltage is linear to the position of the potentiometer knob for each case, but whenever you reach the last graph you notice that at one circuit the voltage can only go so high and the other can only go so low due to the resistor. I feel that we were successful in our attempt to study the voltage division in representative resistive circuits....
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- Fall '08
- Volt, Resistor, representative, output voltage, 10k resistor, volt voltage source, representative resistive circuits