EC0 Propagation of Errors

EC0 Propagation of Errors - VI4 The calculations and the...

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EC0 Propagation of Errors VI1 The values of V taken in section V1 are shown below: # V (Volts) 1 6.56 2 6.49 3 6.59 4 6.59 5 6.61 6 6.52 7 6.49 8 6.49 VI2 The values of the average V of the voltage and the standard deviation are shown below. The standard deviation is taken to me the uncertainty in V . Average V (Volts) 6.54 Standard Deviation (Volts) .05 Uncertainty (Volts) .05 VI3 The uncertainty of the current I is taken to be one half of the smallest division of the ammeter recorded in V2. 1.0 = .5 mA 2.0
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Uncertainty in current I .50 mA
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Unformatted text preview: VI4 The calculations and the values of the resistance R and the uncertainty are shown below. R = V = 6.54 = .22 I 30 The value of R which is found to be .22 when calculated is exactly which was found in the experiment. VI5 R +/- R .22 +/-VII Q1. Area=12.58^2 = 158.26 cm^2 z = 2(.02) 158.26 = .5 cm^2 12.58 Area=158.26 +/- .5 cm^2 Q2. Area= 65.25 X 24.47 = 1596.67 cm^2 z = 1596.67 X (.03) ^ 2 + (.01) ^2 = 1.0 cm^2 63.25 24.47 Area= 1596.67 +/- 1.0 cm ^2...
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2011 for the course CHEM 201 taught by Professor Richard during the Spring '07 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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EC0 Propagation of Errors - VI4 The calculations and the...

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