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AICE Physics 9702 Uncertainty Lab

Lab Activity: Estimation/Measurement and Uncertainty

Objective

Students will be able to successfully estimate the length and mass of various objects in SI units. They will be able to successfully measure after their estimation and be able to calculate uncertainty.

Instructions

Working in teams of 2, students will choose 5 classroom items. Start by creating a data table in which to contain the data. Teams will estimate the length and mass of the 5 items. Record this data in your table. Teams will then measure the actual length or mass of their items and record this data. Each item must be measured a minimum of 5 times. You must use at least 2 different devices to measure each of your items. Once this is complete, teams will calculate the uncertainty (%error) of their measurements for purposes of precision. Record your percentage error in your data table. Be certain to write out the procedure you are using to the most precise detail. A conclusion must be written for this project (one per team).

%error:

When you calculate results that are aiming for known values, the percent error formula is useful tool for determining the precision of your calculations. The formula is given by: The experimental value is your calculated value, and the theoretical value is your known value.

((Estimated Value-Actual Value)/Actual Value) x 100= % error