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# Lab and lab report

I have attached the lab results and all of the question that need to be answered( preliminary and analysis) the extension quesions do nopt need to be done. i also need a help on with thge lab report. i have included the lab report format as well.

## basic college mechanic physics

hi :)) these are some links that you can see and solve the problems
make sure do not submit them at the end of the google doc page.
Accuracy

## Measurements And Errors

Physics Assignment Help Ruler and Beam BalanceSmallest Distance Division(cm):Length(cm):L=?L=Diameter(cm):D=?D=Volume(cm3):V=?V=Smallest Mass Division(g):Mass(g):m=?m=Density(g/cm3):?=??=Range; low(cm) ? L ? high(cm):? L ?Range; low(cm) ? D ? high(cm):? D ?Range; low(cm3) ? V ? high(cm3):? V ?Range; low(g) ? m ? high(g):? m ?Range low(g/cm3) ? ? ? high(g/cm3):? ? ?Vernier Caliper, Micrometer, and Electronic ScaleVernier Smallest Distance Division(cm):Micrometer Smallest Distance Division(cm):Length(cm):L=?L=Diameter(cm):D=?D=Volume(cm3):V=?V=Smallest Mass Division(g):Mass(g):m=?m=Density(g/cm3):?=??=Results:Range; low(cm) ? L ? high(cm):? L ?Range; low(cm) ? D ? high(cm):? D ?Range; low(cm3) ? V ? high(cm3):? V ?Range; low(g) ? m ? high(g):? m ?Range low(g/cm3) ? ? ? high(g/cm3):? ? ?Do the measurements for L agree(YES or NO)?Do the measurements for D agree(YES or NO)?Do the measurements for V agree(YES or NO)?Do the measurements for m agree(YES or NO)?Do the measurements for Density agree(YES or NO)?Actual Density(g/cm3):Write a lab report and show work
The submission of the data and calculations will be thru stemplosion, and a single PDF write-up will be submitted here. Write your lab using a word processor, and save it (export it) as a PDF file and submit it here (see sample report Download sample reporton the lab page).
The •lab manual• Download •lab manual•(also on the canvas Home page). In the back of the lab manual you will find “how to” for the vernier caliper and micrometer. There is also a Lab Write-up format on the last page. You need to have the following in every report – your name, date, name of lab experiment, data section with a self made table of raw data either given or obtained, calculations section similar to the data table but continuing calculated values and sample calculations (showing how you derived those values), and a conclusion summarizing your results.
Video For The Lab!!! (Links to an external site.) (forgive me – it’s a recording from summer, remember 14.9 is really 4.9, and made screen share mistake at the 50 minute mark – stop watching… at 50 min)
Here are also some links from the internet regarding reading the vernier caliper and micrometer:
How to read a vernier caliper simulation (Links to an external site.)
How to use a triple beam balance (Links to an external site.) (I found this recently, but can’t get it to work on the last step on an ipad – but I would love to steal this code and use it for the lab).
Practice Reading Vernier and Micrometer Caliper (Links to an external site.) (ignore the bottom one)
Whew, the amount of effort put out is a non-sustainable level of work (24 hours of work spread over 2 days – not the best use of my time):
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Measurement and Errors:
Least precise measurements (time to make simulations from existing code, 9 hours!)
Length from Ruler (Links to an external site.) Diameter from ruler (Links to an external site.) Mass from Triple-Beam Balance Scale (Links to an external site.)
Most precise measurements (time to make simulations from existing code, 15 additional hours and counting!)
Length, Diameter, and Mass from Vernier Caliper, Micrometer, and Digital Scale (Links to an external site.)
Fingers crossed everything works!
Photos of my crazy sketches, work, and programming:

## Measurements And Errors

Ruler and Beam BalanceSmallest Distance Division(cm): Length(cm):L=?L=Diameter(cm):D=?D=Volume(cm3):V=?V=Smallest Mass Division(g): Mass(g):m=?m=Density(g/cm3):?=??=Range; low(cm) ? L ? high(cm): ? L ? Range; low(cm) ? D ? high(cm): ? D ? Range; low(cm3) ? V ? high(cm3): ? V ? Range; low(g) ? m ? high(g): ? m ? Range low(g/cm3) ? ? ? high(g/cm3): ? ? ? Vernier Caliper, Micrometer, and Electronic ScaleVernier Smallest Distance Division(cm): Micrometer Smallest Distance Division(cm): Length(cm):L=?L=Diameter(cm):D=?D=Volume(cm3):V=?V=Smallest Mass Division(g): Mass(g):m=?m=Density(g/cm3):?=??=Results:Range; low(cm) ? L ? high(cm): ? L ? Range; low(cm) ? D ? high(cm): ? D ? Range; low(cm3) ? V ? high(cm3): ? V ? Range; low(g) ? m ? high(g): ? m ? Range low(g/cm3) ? ? ? high(g/cm3): ? ? ? Do the measurements for L agree(YES or NO)? Do the measurements for D agree(YES or NO)? Do the measurements for V agree(YES or NO)? Do the measurements for m agree(YES or NO)? Do the measurements for Density agree(YES or NO)? Actual Density(g/cm3): Write a lab report and show work
The submission of the data and calculations will be thru stemplosion, and a single PDF write-up will be submitted here. Write your lab using a word processor, and save it (export it) as a PDF file and submit it here (see sample report Download sample reporton the lab page).
The •lab manual• Download •lab manual•(also on the canvas Home page). In the back of the lab manual you will find “how to” for the vernier caliper and micrometer. There is also a Lab Write-up format on the last page. You need to have the following in every report – your name, date, name of lab experiment, data section with a self made table of raw data either given or obtained, calculations section similar to the data table but continuing calculated values and sample calculations (showing how you derived those values), and a conclusion summarizing your results.
Video For The Lab!!! (Links to an external site.) (forgive me – it’s a recording from summer, remember 14.9 is really 4.9, and made screen share mistake at the 50 minute mark – stop watching… at 50 min)
Here are also some links from the internet regarding reading the vernier caliper and micrometer:
How to read a vernier caliper simulation (Links to an external site.)