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Unformatted text preview: Lab 1 Measurements and Uncertainty Lab Report 7 ts) . Station Check: Part 1: Comparing the Uncertainty of Instruments (48 pts)
I Using the meter stick, measure the length and the diameter of the copper cylinder and record. (4 pts)
(1 = ‘ cm L: Li cm I Using the equation V = M 72' h d2 , calculate the volume of the cylinder. Show work (4 pts) N r l ‘2 t _'J.»
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d= o g cm g. Using the equation for the volume of a cylinder, calculate the volume. (4 pts) V: é»: £2 ‘3' ms V W 20m {, All h. Using the digital scale, weigh the copper cylinder and the copper wire. (4 pts)
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6. Using the vernier calipers, measure the diameter of the steel sphere. (3 pts) amaze}... f. Using the equation V =% 7: d3 , calculate the volume of the sphere. (4 pts) V: 8% cm3 v=~ Vt. v {New}? phere and then calculate the density g. Using the digital scale, measure the mass of the s
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your experimental value for this quantity. Show your work. (4 pts) %e"°r=——L"L‘ % 7 ts ~—~ W7 2 :..= .0 W l I List two reasons (other than the expected errors in the dimension meaurements) why your
measured value for the density of steel may differ from the accepted value. (6 pts) ” Steel §g>ime~re comic! bar
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2012 for the course PHYS 2014 taught by Professor Nandi during the Spring '08 term at Oklahoma State.
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