# Magnetism and Induction Formal Lab Experimental Curve

## Re: Magnetism and Induction Formal Lab Experimental Curve

the equation for the distance should have a derivation in your textbook. I'm not familiar with the exact text you are using, but it is a usual first year exercise. Again, you don't have to derive it in this lab it persay, but you should describe how the equation can be found. i.e. a couple of lines so that your lab doesn't simply read "the equation is this...".

**MattChequers**- Posts : 47

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## Re: Magnetism and Induction Formal Lab Experimental Curve

For the equation of the theoretical curve for the angle dependance we can explain where the equation came from. But what do we say for the other equation relating distance and the field strength since we were just given it?

**Jacques Thibault**- Posts : 9

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## Re: Magnetism and Induction Formal Lab Experimental Curve

It would probably be a good idea to talk about it a little, however, you don't need to derive the magnetic field equation for it.

**MattChequers**- Posts : 47

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## Magnetism and Induction Formal Lab Experimental Curve

Hi,

Just wondering if we needed to explain where the theoretical curve came from. I'm not sure if that's outside of the scope of this exercise or not.

Much thanks,

Goldwin

Just wondering if we needed to explain where the theoretical curve came from. I'm not sure if that's outside of the scope of this exercise or not.

Much thanks,

Goldwin

**Goldwin Stewart**- Posts : 1

Join date : 2013-02-08

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