Unformatted text preview: z 4. ResultsSee lab notes for result tables and graphs 5. Problems: work is on attached page with problems. a. 8.386*10 6 m/s b. V y = 14,066 m/s c. 45/4 m/s 2 d. People don’t see very quickly, so if you can manipulate the dot to move very, very quickly by rapidly changing deflection charges you can create a moving image. e. There would be a line on the x axis. Then there would be a diagonal line. To make a circle you would have to have the x and y inputs out of phase by half a cycle so positive on one is negative on the other, then there would be a circle. 6. Discussion: So there are plates and they deflect the charged particle by creating a field effect force that accelerates the particle in a direction correlating to the field. Error analysis: basically we found out that our numbers were off by about a factor of 10, the graphs based on our experimental results were horribly inaccurate, or maybe accurate? Our mean slope ended up being .02meters....
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 Spring '08
 Milsom
 Charge, Magnetism, Electric charge, deflection, Matt Karam PHYS, deflection equation, Dy mark deflection

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