This is a reminder that although Canvas refers to this format as a "Quiz" it is not a quiz nor a test. You will be submitting your answers to the Laboratory Exercises assigned (in step 6) below for grading.
First, read Chapter 16 in the Laboratory Manual. If you do not have a print copy of the manual, or prefer the digital version, you can access the manual by clicking on either of the links in the Modules area (also linked here: Manual). Please make note of Materials for this lab; in particular anything that involves measurement (ruler and protractor), paper for making sketches or graphs. If you purchased the print version of the manual, there are tools provided in the manual
It is recommended for this chapter that you have your manual at hand in order to view the Figure images; many of these will NOT be included in the questions boxes below and you will need to refer to the manual to study the images and answer related questions.
When ready (you have read the chapter and have sufficient time to read the exercises, questions, make calculations, etc), click on the Lab 11 Submission Area in this module to work on the exercises listed below. These exercises will likely appear slightly differently in Canvas compared to those in the lab manual and include links to videos of experiments from this chapter.
Please note that all written (typed) answers must be in the form of complete sentences with proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation; this is part of your grade and fulfills the required writing across the curriculum ("Gordon Rule") mandated by the State of Florida.
All mathematical answers that are NOT part of multiple-choice questions must include the calculations used in support of the answer or points will be deducted.
You will only be completing the following Exercises (complete all questions within an Exercise, that is all the questions in the "quiz" format) for Chapter 16:
Exercise 16.2 (you will need a protractor and ruler)
Exercise 16.3 (you will need to upload a file of your graph and answer)
Exercise 16.4 (you will need to upload a file of your graph and answer)
Please note that you will be submitting answers to some questions in the form of file uploads (PDF or JPEG formats only). If you do not have the print manual, you can use the eBook worksheets as guides to make your own data tables and then upload those for grading . Be sure that you rotate the images so that they can be read from top to bottom and that the image is clear and bright or you will be asked to resubmit before the due-by date or receive a score of zero (0).
Submit your work in the "Lab 11 Submission Area" before the due date and time. Remember that you can work ahead of the due date; the due date is the last possible day and time before which you need to submit your work. Once that time occurs, the submission area will lock and your work will not be accepted for grading.
Submitting days before the deadline? Great! Remember to check for feedback/comments in the Grades area for this assignment (quiz), make any necessary corrections and resubmit ALL answers (if there are attempts remaining). Those submitting early may also send messages to the professor with any questions or clarifications, as needed. Sending questions on the deadline (due by date) may not allow sufficient time for the professor to assist.