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Homework No. 1
Due Sept. 16, 2015 (in LAB SECTION)
Assigned Sept. 9, 2015
Remember: IVSCA !
1. Consider a cylindrical isotropic metal conductor with length lo, initial area Ao and
initial resistivity 0 at some reference temperature To. The resisti
Contents
1.1 Breadboards and multimeters.2
1.2 Resistance variation.2
1.3 Resistance from Measured Current-voltage Data.2
1.4. The voltage divider.2
1.5: Current-voltage data on a resistive bridge circuit.3
1.6: The Wheatstone Bridge.3
Appendix- Numerical
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