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# Physics Question

Very simple assignment, please read the instructions carefully to know what you should do.
This assignment is very easy, and it will not take more than half-hour to complete it after you watch the video to know what you need to do. So please try your best to do it.
Instructions:
1)
Read the lab experiment Basic Measurements of Electrical Circuits.
Watch the introductory video to the circuit board. Note: For the purposes of multi-resistor circuits, please watch this video carefully to be more prepared for following labs dealing with circuits.
You will not construct any circuits in this module. But, you should take the time to read both in the manual and in your textbook as to how basic circuits are designed and analyzed.
Data collection for a single resistor will be undertaken and analyzed.
2)
In this module, you will be introduced to a single resistor circuit. The study will
Demonstrate fundamental knowledge on Ohm’s Law
Develop skills for circuit analysis
Become familiar with basic circuit construction
3) Introductory video:
this is the link for the videoThe video is only five minutes long

Important instructions:
4)Watch the video and see how data is typically collected. Write down the values presented in the video. The first column is volts (volts) and the second column is current (Amps). Note that the current will be presented in mill-amps. Convert that to amps. The data is provided but going through the video and studying how the circuit is constructed is always a bonus.
Open up Excel. Create a second tab for answers to the questions posed. Call the graph tab “Graph and data”, and the second “Discussion” (for instance).
Plot current vs. voltage. Label the graph. Is it linear?
Perform a LINEST. Note: The slope should be 1đť‘…1R. Note the slope and the uncertainty. Compare with the measured value (multimeter) of R. [R = 97.8 Â±Â± 0.1 Î©Î©]
Answer the following in the Discussion tab by inserting text boxes for each question:
a. From your results, did your conductor (resistor component) obey Ohm’s Law?
b. Did you compare reasonably with the actual value of R?
b. Explain the proper conditions for utilizing am ammeter in this experiment. What properties does it have and how was it placed in the circuit?
5) Data collection video:Iâ€™ll send you the link

## Forces assignement

InstructionsYour task is to complete the questions in the problem set. Read each question carefully, identifying your given values. Show all formulas and calculations used to solve the problems. Report your answers to the correct number of significant digits and with the correct units.
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Assessment Details
Your submission should include the following:
The formulas used to solve the problems
All mathematical calculations

## Short worksheet on friction, 1d kinematics and spring compression

Physics Assignment Help Hi, I really need help with this. I’m not sure where to start. The worksheet questions are in the document “hihw 4”. The image “perfect homework” will show you what the assignment answers should look like. But obviously you wont just be copying answers from one image to the other! It’s just to show you what like a symbolic answer should look like, for example. So can you please
1. Show your work/ what steps you did to find each answer?
2. If possible, can you please type out your final answer? It can be in a Word document or something like that
You have a LITTLE bit more than a day to do this so we can go over it after you submit your answers if you want.

## Physics Question

Very simple assignment, please read the instructions carefully to know what you should do.
This assignment is very easy, and it will not take more than half-hour to complete it after you watch the video to know what you need to do. So please try your best to do it.
Instructions:
1)
Read the lab experiment Basic Measurements of Electrical Circuits.
Watch the introductory video to the circuit board. Note: For the purposes of multi-resistor circuits, please watch this video carefully to be more prepared for following labs dealing with circuits.
You will not construct any circuits in this module. But, you should take the time to read both in the manual and in your textbook as to how basic circuits are designed and analyzed.
Data collection for a single resistor will be undertaken and analyzed.
2)
In this module, you will be introduced to a single resistor circuit. The study will
Demonstrate fundamental knowledge on Ohm’s Law
Develop skills for circuit analysis
Become familiar with basic circuit construction
3) Introductory video:
this is the link for the videoThe video is only five minutes long

Important instructions:
4)Watch the video and see how data is typically collected. Write down the values presented in the video. The first column is volts (volts) and the second column is current (Amps). Note that the current will be presented in mill-amps. Convert that to amps. The data is provided but going through the video and studying how the circuit is constructed is always a bonus.
Open up Excel. Create a second tab for answers to the questions posed. Call the graph tab “Graph and data”, and the second “Discussion” (for instance).
Plot current vs. voltage. Label the graph. Is it linear?
Perform a LINEST. Note: The slope should be 1?1R. Note the slope and the uncertainty. Compare with the measured value (multimeter) of R. [R = 97.8 Â±Â± 0.1 ??]
Answer the following in the Discussion tab by inserting text boxes for each question:
a. From your results, did your conductor (resistor component) obey Ohm’s Law?
b. Did you compare reasonably with the actual value of R?
b. Explain the proper conditions for utilizing am ammeter in this experiment. What properties does it have and how was it placed in the circuit?
5) Data collection video:Iâ€™ll send you the link

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