# Data resistance summary circuit diagram v theoretical

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Data Resistance Summary Circuit Diagram (V) Theoretical Req i-Measured (mA) Measured Req % Difference 1. 14.97 890 19.6 763.77 14.2 2. 14. 97 207.64 77.6 192.91 7.1 3. 14.97 307.64 52.2 286.78 6.8 4. 14.97 380 42.7 350.58 7.8 3
PHYS 2240/1440 Lab report Leesa Jorgenson Bulb Resistance Bulb system Measured Resistance A. 6.07 B. 6.02 C. 5.68 A & B series 7.42 A & B parallel 3.02 Series Parallel 6.04 Analysis For the series and parallel circuits, we used the Ohm’s Law equation R=V/I to calculate the measured req. Then we record the data for each different parallel and series. Conclusion With the series and parallel circuits the theoretical values compare to the experimental values were a bit different by about thirty percent but stayed in close to the original. We calculated the measured and percent difference. With the light bulb, the brightness of two bulbs in series compare to a single bulb is when there is two there is less power between them the more there are. In parallel system if one bulb goes out the others won’t. The right but equal brightness to each other. brightness of the two bulbs in parallel compare it a single bulb is its less power to more than one. A single bulb is equal to about the same brightness. In the series parallel, when hooked up the first bulb is brighter than the second is not as bright to each other. 4
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