PHY 152
ECO: Error analysis
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1
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L (cm)
177
177
207
176
178
176
178
177
206
177
VI1:
Average =
Standard deviation=12.5
Standard deviation of the mean of the first 3 measurements
Standard deviation of the mean of the first 5 measurements
John SalekRaham Physics 152 EC0 Propagation of Errors 1/23/08 VI1: The unknown resistor was connected to the battery and set so the ammeter current (I) read 30 mA using the 50 mA scale. This was repeated 8 times, and readings from the voltmeter were reco
JinYing Wu
PHY 152 Lab EC0
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V
(volts)
1
4.444
2
4.407
3
4.391
4
4.421
5
4.412
6
4.426
Vv = 4.42.015
I=.5mA
R=V/I
4.419/30mA = .147 v/mA 147 v/A
Rm=148.3
The experimental value or R is comparable to the measured value of R
RR = 1473
7
4.425
8
4.428
PHY PHY152, Electricity and Optics Lab Electricity and Optics Lab
TA Name: TA Office: TA Office Hours: Lab Supervisor: Mr. Scott Whitmire, Room 304 [email protected] Please note that the lab will be in different rooms each week. See Syllabus for details.
Claudia Yu
Lab Report for EC0: Error Analysis
VI1: In this part of the experiment, we measured the length of the table ten times
using a 30cm ruler.
Table for all measures of the length of the table L taken in V1
Number (#)
L (cm)
1
177.5
2
176.7
3
177.
Claudia Yu
LAB REPORT FOR ES1: Introduction to electrostatics
VI1: For the first part of this experiment, we were asked to calculate the fraction of
charge (p). And determine the average and standard deviation of p.
# V1 (Volts)
1
2
3
4
5
19
27
27
19
30
John SalekRaham Ian Swanson Physics 152, EC1 3/5/08 EC1: Electric Currents VI Data: In section V1, the current through a resistor was measured. The voltage applied across the resistor was also recorded. The resistance of the resistor was calculated using
LAB REPORT FOR MP4: TELESCOPES AND LENSES
VI1:
Section V1: Astronomical telescope
Number of unmagnified spaces: 2 spaces
Number of magnified spaces: 1 space
Uncertainty: mm
Expected angular magnification m of astronomical telescope:
f 127
m= 1 =
=7.
JinYing Wu
PHY 152 Lab Report MP4
VI1
X (m)
X
X
X
X
X
X
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n (m)
3.951 m
1.975 m
.790 m
.790 m
2.765 m
4.346 m
S (slope) = .0025.00000021
a=L/2S
L = (632.8*10^9m)(2m) = 1.266*10^6
a=2.532*10^4 m
amax = 2.53221*10^4 m
amin =
Margaret Rah MP4 34135084 VI. Diffraction Pattern
  In this experiment we used the double slit and the single slit pattern to find the minuma relative to the location of the center of the central maximum. X5 1.2 X3 .8 X1 .4 X1 .4 X3 .9 X5 1.3
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ES4: PHY 152 Equipotential Surfaces and Electric Field Lines
SECTION V: Procedure V0: You have been provided with conductive paper upon which the three types of patterns shown in Fig.0 on three separate pieces of graphite paper using conducting silver pa
EXPERIMENT ES1: INTRODUCTION TO ELECTROSTATICS
Liz Hauke 2/4/08 Lab Partners: Alexe Pask, Rebecca Rader, Danielle Chambers TA: Andy Russ
VI1: For the first part of this experiment, we were asked to calculate the fraction of charge (p) which was tr
LAB REPORT FOR ES2 EXPERIMENT: ELECTROSTATICS II
Name: Liz Hauke Lab Partners: Alexe Pask, Rebecca Rader, Danielle Chambers TA: Andy Russ
The purpose of this experiment was to examine the distribution of electric charge on the surface of conductors
John SalekRaham Ian Swanson Physics 152 3/19/08 Lab EC3: RC Circuits VI: 2. In This experiment, the discharging of a capacitor was observed through a resistor. Voltage was measured over time intervals. See attached data sheet for tabulated Data. ln(V) wa
Margaret Rah EC4
VI1:
In this part of the experiment we used the wheatstone bridge to measure the unknown resistances by using the DC technique. V1, V2, V3 (DC Wheatstone Bridge for resistors) R3 = 300
Unknown Resistor A B C D L1 (cm) 68 60.5 46 25 L2 (
PHY152 ES1 Manual Addendum
V. Procedure
V1: Connect the electrometer to the ice pail as shown in the manual, but keep in mind that the electrometers now in use look different. You will still connect the red lead from the input (sensing cable) to the pai
John SalekRaham Physics 151 10/16/07 Lab M4 Projectile Motion: VI: Raw data from the laboratory procedure is attached on the Data sheet. Using the apparatus provided, 4 drops of the ball from the same starting height were made and measured for different
MP5: Physical Optics
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EXPERIMENT ES4: EQUIPOTENTIAL SURFACES AND ELECTRIC FIELD LINES
Liz Hauke Lab Partners: Alexe Pask, Rebecca Rader TA: Andy Russ VI1: In the first part of this experiment, we marked potentials of 2, 4, 6, and 8 V on graphite paper with silver conduc
PHY102 Spring 2015 HW9 (Chapter 23) Solutions
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ES1
Introduction to Electrostatics
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