Lab 9 Execution
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Lab 9 Execution
Let's get the ball rolling please
How are you guys getting the wavelength (m)?
 i tried 1/ {(1/2^2)(1/n^2)}
with the value of (1/2^2)(1/n^2) i thought that was (1/wavelength) which i tried entering into the appropriate column but only one lights up o.o
any ideas on this? my values of m won't light up either, did you guys account for a distance difference?
thanks
How are you guys getting the wavelength (m)?
 i tried 1/ {(1/2^2)(1/n^2)}
with the value of (1/2^2)(1/n^2) i thought that was (1/wavelength) which i tried entering into the appropriate column but only one lights up o.o
any ideas on this? my values of m won't light up either, did you guys account for a distance difference?
thanks
:) Guest
Wavelength
d*sin(theta)= m(wavelength). but my answers arent coming out correct. can someone explain in better detail how to get the wavelength?
k8 Guest
error of slope
does anyone know how to solve for error of slope besides just putting in random numbers. Is there a calculated value i can use?
physhelp Guest
delta (1/lambda) and error of slope
does anyone knows how to find delta (1/lambda) and error of slope
guest 01 Guest
x
On excel, it asks for positions, which me and my partner have changed the numbers, meaning we subtracted the distance from the distance where the gas tube was to have the position, those numbers i used for the first table positions, but then wat do we put in for x the table below??
guest000 Guest
Re: Lab 9 Execution
For x, or the positions of the different colors, just take the difference between your right position and left position and put it into meters.
anyone know how to find relative error in x/2y or error in 1/lambda? thanks
anyone know how to find relative error in x/2y or error in 1/lambda? thanks
physics Guest
Error in slope
To find the error in the slope, you take the calculated relative error of x/2y and multiply it by your calculated 1/lamdba
yeppp Guest
Error of Slope!
hey the slope is the exact # given on the graph after it it plotted. but, i was wondering how to get error of slope. or if we just make up a number how do we do that? thankss!
k8 Guest
Re: Lab 9 Execution
relative error in x/2y is just
(errorx/x) for me the error in y was so small i didnt bother calculating it and you dont have to multiply by any value since it is a relative error
how did you find lambda?
(errorx/x) for me the error in y was so small i didnt bother calculating it and you dont have to multiply by any value since it is a relative error
how did you find lambda?
1 Guest
Error of x
Im struggling to find the error or x. I thought it would be the same as my other errors (.003m) but its not working... any ideas?
phygirl Guest
x??
hye guys, how you get x? I tried adding together my the distances for each color band and that didn't work, what should I do?
yep Guest
Re: Lab 9 Execution
I still can't figure out
relative error in x/2y
can someone show work or something plz
relative error in x/2y
can someone show work or something plz
phys Guest
error or lambda
girll
to find error of lambda you take ur error of x/2y and multiply it by ur 1/lambda
to find error of lambda you take ur error of x/2y and multiply it by ur 1/lambda
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