Lab 1 - -11 %w Vs = 5.01 V 0.20% P s = 4.3228x 10 -5 w...

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Kevin Su > REPLACE THIS LINE WITH YOUR PAPER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (DOUBLE-CLICK HERE TO EDIT) < e I. INTRODUCTION In THIS LAB I measured THE VOLTAGE and resisistors. . Then I calculated the voltage and Amp in the pre lab II. P ROCEDURE FOR P APER S UBMISSION A. Review Stage - Gather the Material - Turn on the DMM - Connect the red and block probes - Resistors were set up on the bread board - Then I touched end of each resistors and then I turn on the voltage button so I can measure the voltage III. H INTS A. Figures and Tables PRE LAB Voltage Current   Resistors Power 1 .15642  V 8.69 x  10  -6 1800 ohm 1.36  x10  -6  w 2 .0013 V 8.69 x  10  -6 150 ohm 1.13  x10 - w 3 4.81 V 8.69 x  10  -6 560000  ohm 4.15  x10  -5  w ACTUAL LAB Volts  Error    Power Error V 1 =0.155  V 0.91% P 1 =1.3405x10  -6  W 1.4438x10 -16  % w V 2 =.0013  V 0% P 2 =1.1242x10 - W 5.0443x10 - 17 % w V 3 =4.85 V 0.83% P 3 =4.1944x10  -5  W 5.8513x 10
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Unformatted text preview: -11 %w Vs = 5.01 V 0.20% P s = 4.3228x 10 -5 w 2.808x10 -11 % w Current Error 8.611x10-6 A 9.0904x10 -13 % A 8.7542x10-6 A 7.3878x10 -13 % A 8.6607x10-6 A 3.3717x10 -13 % A 8.6483x10 -6 A 4.7986x10-13 % A B. Equations P= I x V V= I x R I= V / R Percentage Error= (Measure value Calculated Value ) / calculate value x 100% IV. S OME C OMMON M ISTAKES Some of the common mistakes I make on this lab was during the pre lab I messed up on the calculated and the decimal values. Another common mistake in this lab was setting up the resistors on the bread board wrong. V. C ONCLUSION In this lab I learn how to use the formulas and also how to measured the resistors and the voltage. 1 EE 2300:Introduction to Electrial Enineering Laboratory 1...
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course PHYSICS 1410 taught by Professor Falco during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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