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Ariel Richard7/16/20PHY 133 L69TA: Alexander Smith ClarkBreadboard
Introduction:In this lab, we can mimic a complex circuit and determine a map of connections in the breadboard using multiple wires. The ioLab device will serve as a source of voltages as well as a measurement of voltages. A complete understanding of this pattern is extremely important to using a breadboard properly for future labs. My hypothesis is that holes in the same row are connected to one another.Procedure:Part 1: Connection PatternFirst, we will determine the holes that are connected to the left positive power rail. We will do this by connecting one wire to the 3.3V on the ioLab device. We will connect the other end to a hole in the left positive power rail. We will connect another wire to A7 on the ioLab device, and use the free end to try holes on the breadboard and determine if they are connected. See figure 1.Second, we will determine the holes that are connected to the left negative power rail.

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