lab 6 - Linear vs Non-Linear Circuits; Magnetic Field...

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Linear vs Non-Linear Circuits; Magnetic Field Measurements Lab Report Your Name: Connor Downie Partner’s Name: William MacDowell Section: B09 Date: 11/30/2010 1. Report your least-squares-fit values for both the equivalent circuit resistance and R 68 in industry-standard form (uncertainty rounded to one digit, unless that digit is one, in which case round the uncertainty to two digits; the main value then rounded to the same place value as the uncertainty). I 1 V 1 = 75.08 ± .09 I 2 V 2 = 65.92 ± .04 2. For the linear circuit, fill in the V, I, and R = V/I values for each of the three resistors in Sketch #1 where indicated. With the original two pairs of I,V values, you will be able to fill in the I,V values for each of the three resistors. Then you will be able to calculate the resistance of each of the three resistors used in the circuit from the corresponding I,V data using Ohm’s law. (Some of these I,V values you have measured directly. The values not measured you can deduce from the set of measured values. For example, the voltage across
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2011 for the course PHYS 1120 taught by Professor Dick during the Winter '10 term at WPI.

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