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Unformatted text preview: RC values for V-2 R=2x10^8 ohm C=.5x10-6f so RC calculated = 100s Uncertainty = 7.1s RC measured = 75s so this value is a lower than the expected uncertainty RC values for V-3 R=1x10^8 ohm C=1x10-6f so RC calculated = 100s Uncertainty = 7.1s RC measured = 72.99s so this is somewhat lower than expected within the uncertainty VI – 6 C2 = 1x10^-6f C1 = .22x10^-6f V1 = 28.77v V2 = 3.17v V1+V2 = 31.94v V1+V2 (expected) = 30v V1/V2 = 9.08 V1/V2 (expected) = 4.55 (from C2/C1) The sum V1+V2 is within expected limits, but the ratio of V1/V2 is not what is expected VI – 7 Step 5: V1/V2 = 30/24.08 = 1.25 1 + C1/C2 = 1.22 yes the result is within in the limits of error VII 2) R = (kg m^2)/(s^3 A^2) C = (s^4 A^2)/(kg m^2) the product of RC is in seconds, all other units cancel out 4) Q (t) = EC(1-e^(-t/RC)) Q (100) = 1 (1 - e^ - 2) = .87 joules...
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2010 for the course PHY 340410 taught by Professor Shi,z during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Buffalo.
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