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Unformatted text preview: errors € were present. These factors could include the use of foil, which is a very malleable, the use of aged corkboards that were warped, and the use of tape to connect the foil contact.                              Calculate the ratios between the lab made capacitors: C1 33.3 × 10 −9
=
= 2.37
C2
14 × 10 −9
C1 33.3 × 10 −9
=
= 1.95
C3
17 × 10 −9 These ratios mathematically should be the same and equal to 2, considering that the € results for k were 167% and the ratios are almost accurate, this states that the experimental errors remained pretty consistent throughout the
experiment and that the errors were not mathematical they were experimental, the errors effected the readings for Capacitance pretty heavily.                              Part 2: Time (t) seconds 10 446 20 366 30 296 40 244 50 200 60 164 90 90 120 49 150 28 180 15...
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 Spring '14
 Capacitance

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