lab report

to do list

  1. Calculate the equivalent resistance of all 5 setups for part A, making sure to show your work
  2. Compare those results to the DC Circuit simulation results you built of each circuit, make sure to show your work here what was your voltage and current to get the resistance you’re comparing against, this can be as simple as stating that the numbers are the same or close enough.
  3. For part B turn in your V vs I plot with the equation of the line of the data, you do not need to use LINEST nor find uncertainty.
  4. Show how you find the total internal resistance (from battery and limiting resistor) then how you find just the battery’s resistance
  5. and discussion

discussion: Analysis of Battery Data

Don’t stress out too much if you can get all of these questions, they’re here to try and get you to think more about what you’re seeing with your data and how to interpret it, that is to say I want you think more about “what equation do I use” when you see this data.

  1. So a battery is limited to how much current it actually put out,, that’s to say if you had a AA battery that has a voltage of 1.5V, if you put a wire with very little resistance from the positive to negative you won’t draw so much current that the wire melts (although a microfine thin wire may), there is a maximum current it can put out, this is called the short circuit current, LaTeX: I_{SC}
    I

    S C, and it is measured when the voltage is zero, that is to say zero resistance so zero voltage drop. Using your data what is LaTeX: I_{SC}

    I

    S C of this battery?

  2. Much like the short circuit current there is an absolute maximum voltage a battery can put out, where there’s no load on on the battery (i.e. it’s not hooked up to anything), this is called the open circuit voltage or LaTeX: V_{OC}
    V

    O C which occurs when no current is being pulled. What is LaTeX: V_{OC}

    V

    O C of this battery?

  3. I told you to ignore the negative sign in part B for your data, why is the sign negative at all?
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