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Week 10 Experiment III. Mentor : Prof. Kuniyuki KITAGAWA Assistant Nelfa Desmira. Average, Standard Deviation and Relative Standard Deviation (Quantitative Analysis). n 10. Assignment (Quantitative Analysis). Put the data into your excel program in your computer

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week 10 experiment iii

Week 10Experiment III

Mentor :

Prof. Kuniyuki KITAGAWA

Assistant

NelfaDesmira

average standard deviation and relative standard deviation quantitative analysis
Average, Standard Deviation and Relative Standard Deviation(Quantitative Analysis)

n 10

assignment quantitative analysis
Assignment(Quantitative Analysis)
  • Put the data into your excel program in your computer
  • Calculating average result, standard deviation and relative standard deviation
  • Make a graph with excel and try to discuss the result
assignment qualitative analysis
Assignment(Qualitative Analysis)
  • Burn a candle indoor
  • Capture the flame’s picture 6-7 timesusing your digital camera from same distances
  • Save the picture and open it in your computer
  • Check the flame stability by comparing all pictures
  • Measure flame’s lengths (from the bottom to upper part)
  • Measure flame’s widths (half length flame part)
  • Make a quantitative analysis from those data (average, standard deviation and relative standard deviation/RSD)
  • Make the graph and write your own discussion

Flame’s length

Flame’s width