Lab 14 - ed from the result it still not fall with in the...

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ed from the result it still not fall with in the realm of the expected. Thus is does not agree, even though the %diff is only 0.66%. Prof. Adams Joel Kellogg Physics II Lab section B May 19, 2009 Lab #14 Ohm’s Law David S.
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Goals: The Goal of this lab was to simply verify Ohm’s law through the study of current, voltage, and resistors. Procedure: The procedure can be found in the Physics II Lab manual for Summer COOP 2009 semester.
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Data:
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Analysis of Data: Explanation of Uncertainties: For current (Amps) 0.0001 was chosen because the amp meter measured out to . 01 and when they amps were converted to amps it turned into .0001. For voltage .01v was chosen because the vaults were measured to the hundredths place on the voltmeter. The resistors uncertainty was 1 because on the resistor box the lowest setting that could be changed was able to be changed by 1 . Sample Calcualtions: Low / High method: Uncertainty : Percent Difference:
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V vs. I Graphical Result ± Expected from Theory ± % Diff Agree? Slope
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