MP0 Lab Report

MP0 Lab Report - a) Using the formula given we get value of...

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LAB REPORT FOR M0 EXPERIMENT: PROPOGATION OF ERRORS VI(1) # i(mm) 1 597.5 2 596.5 3 592.5 4 599.5 5 597.5 6 602.5 7 596.5 8 598.5 Optical Bench Smallest division = 1mm σ o = 3mm Object Lens distance = 150 mm VI(2) Average value of i and deviation σ i i = (597.62 ± 2)mm VI(3) Focal length of lens is given by f = 120 mm VI(4) The partial uncertainty is given by σ o = 1.91
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And σ i = 1.28 VI(5) The net uncertainty is given by σ f = 2.29 VI(6) Final Result f ± σ f = (120 ±2.29)mm VII. 1. Derivation of equations
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2. Given l = (100 ± 0.3)cm and period T = (2.00 ± 0.00)s also
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Unformatted text preview: a) Using the formula given we get value of g as g = 0.985 m/s 2 b) Partial error Partial error c) The Uncertainty in g is given by g = 0.304 d) Final Answer g g = (0.985 0.304) m/s 2 3. Given V = (2.52 0.02) Volts and I = (7.5 0.1) m A and also a) R can be calculated straightly from the equation R = 300 b) Partial error Partial error c) The Uncertainty in R is given by R = 0.101 d) Final Answer R r = (300 0.101)...
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