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Lab #19 - Prof Adams Physics II Lab Section B Joel Kellogg...

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Prof Adams Joel Kellogg Physics II Lab Section B June 30, 2009 Lab #19 RLC Circuits Part II Partners: David S
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Goals: The goals of this lab were to go study even further the behavior of RLC circuits, as well as to become more familiar with resonance from an experimental point of view. Procedure: The procedure for this lab can be found in the Summer COOP Physics II lab manual on pages 38 – 42. *ALL DATA FOR THIS LAB REPORT WAS PROVIDED BY PROF ADAMS.
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Analysis: The uncertainties for R, C, and L were given as 10%. The uncertainty for t was decided as 0.1 because on the oscilloscope we were able to read the value out to the tenths place. The uncertainty for frequency was 2.0 because we were able to select the frequency with an accuracy of about 2.0. The uncertainty for V was decided as 0.2 because the volts were calculated on the oscilloscope and you could read the v to the tenths place with a bit of error in the placement of the cursers. The uncertainty for T was decided on 0.6, this was a combination of reading and placement error.
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