PHY 2053L Lab 1 - Lab 1 Laboratory Fundamentals and Data...

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Lab 1Laboratory Fundamentals and Data Analysis5 September 2012Emily BrevilPartners:Ashley JohnsonVerline Jean
INTRODUCTION AND PURPOSE OF EXPERIMENT:In order for something to be valid according to the scientific method, it has to be agreeable with the predictions made and the answer can be found over and over again if it is repeated the same process and get the same results. In this lab, data was recorded in SI units, which is used in the scientific world so everyone will be on the same page. The purpose of this experiment is to learn how to take data, and familiarize oneself with the SI units, and learn to determine and errors in measurements.DIAGRAM:See graph paper
DATATable 1 Hooke’s Law dataTrialMass (kg)Force (N)Displacement (m)k10.050 kg490 N5.5 m89.120.020 kg196 N2.3 m85.230.030 kg294 N3.1 m94.840.035 kg343 N3.7 m92.750.005 kg49 N0.5 m98.060.010 kg98 N1.1 m89.170.060 kg588 N6.6 m89.180.002 kg19.6 N2.7 m7.26Table 2 Calculation of RMS DeviationData Point iValue of data xiDeviation from MeanSquared Deviations165+0.20.04282+17.2295.84377+12.2148.84458-6.846.24545-19.8392.04693+28.2795.24744-20.8432.64825-39.81584.04998+33.21102.241061-3.814.44Calculate:1.The mean value, xav= 64.82.Deviation from mean, di3.Squared deviation, di24.Standard deviation, s = 21.95.Xav± s = 65±22
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