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TWO KINDS OF MAGNET
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Analysis
The first part of our experiment is inverse square law. The data we gathered from this experiment
showed that the distance of the light source from the photometer decreases as the transmittan
ANALYSIS
Firstly, we measure the angle of incident and angle of reflection. In the experiment we
have 4 different trials with angle of incident respectively. First trial, the angle of incident is 30 0
Analysis
Part A of the experiment is determine the index of refraction of glass using Snells law. In this
part, the glass is in the incidence side and the air is our transmission. We are expecting tha
ANALYSIS
The first part of our experiment is to examen the behaviour of magnetic fields around the
magnets poles. In order to know nature of magnet, we set up the magnets in to four different
combinat
Analysis
Experiment part A, we use an object at infinity to determine the focal length. I this experiment
we expected to have the image distance equal to the focal length. After performing, the result
ANALYSIS
Firstly, we measure the angle of incident and angle of reflection. In the experiment we
have 4 different trials with angle of incident respectively. First trial, the angle of incident is 30 0
Analysis
The experiment is to analyse the phenomenon of light diffraction and to compare single slit
diffraction and two slit interference.
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As the experiment concentrates on the impact of bending of light when
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then known as refraction
REMARKS/ANALYSIS
As the investigation is a completion of the speculations on plane and circular
mirrors, it needs a controlled measure of light, in this way required the lights of the
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REMARKS/ANALYSIS OF DATA
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ANALYSIS
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