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Lab 1 Report - Abigail Cruz Experiment 1 Section Thursday...

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Abigail Cruz Experiment 1 April 25, 2013 Section: Thursday 12:30 pm Lab partner: Lawrence Chuc 2CL Experiment 1 Data: Approximation of Noise: Mean: -0.003 V Standard Deviation: 9.700 x 10 -4 V (error in measurement of voltage across resistor) Resistor: (at least 10 different current values) Voltage (V) Current (A) 2.702 0.271 3.672 0.369 4.286 0.432 4.477 0.452 4.237 0.428 3.579 0.361 2.596 0.259 1.308 0.131 -0.084 -0.009 -1.464 -0.148 Light bulb: (at least 10 different current values) Voltage (V) Current (A) 0.056 0.011 1.564 0.342 2.924 0.576 4.006 0.649 4.695 0.666 4.917 0.660 4.660 0.623 3.944 0.550 2.838 0.431 1.458 0.252
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Analysis of IV curves: Is the voltage-current relationship different for a light bulb vs. a resistor? The voltage-current relationship for a light bulb in comparison with the resistor is very different in a way that the voltage current relationship for a resistor appears to be linear rather
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forming two loops like the IV curve for the light bulb. In addition, a light bulb is like a resistor however it does not have a constant resistance and the resistor results in a voltage drop when it
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