ONLY
THEOETOF MEASUEEMEOTS
A MANUAL FOE
PHYSICS STUDENTS
II W*
flfSfflffiK
ILLUSTRATED
NEW YORK
D.
PAKK PLACE
1917
BY
D.
PREFACE
THIS book
1.
As a
is
two ways:
outlined would require
Textbook.
The work
and problems,
it
may
be
By
made
extending the
to cover three
semester hours;
or
the student
in
may
a shorter time.
by omitting
" rule of
thumb " knowledge of
As a
three years
the
first
is
not to be
recoTtt.Tn.end.edr
cover a
During
Laboratory Guide.
7
make
errors;
of
curves.
The work
by the use
be prepared to
of empirical formulae
and
PEEFACE
IT
The use
of the graphic
method would be
illustrated through
is
This subject
is
ability.
presumably on account
of its
human
interest.
J. S. S.
CONTENTS
PAGE
PREFACE
NOTATION
iii
,
CHAPTER
...vii
INTRODUCTION
MEASUREMENTS
ERRORS
2
3
CHAPTER
II
4
9
PROBABILITY
THE CURVE
THE INTEGRAL
THE ARITHMETICAL MEAN
CONSTANT INTERVAL
WEIGHTS
CHAPTER
III
22
32
32
ILLUSTRATIONS
CHAPTER
IV
14
17
17
18
36
36
.....,.,
CONTENTS
vi
PAGE
AVERAGE DEVIATION
PROBABLE ERROR
37
38
38
CHAPTER V
44
CHAPTER
VI
PLOTTING
METHOD ILLUSTRATED
CHAPTER
....
57
62
63
66
69
VIII
54
55
57
VII
NEGLIGIBILITY
APPLICATIONS
CRITERIA
SIGNIFICANT FIGURES
CHAPTER
45
49
50
51
72
72
75
76
NOTATION
The following
y =* Simple probability;
P=Compound probability;
Q = Negative probability;
m= Single observation;
.34"
= Mean of observations;
s=Tnie value
of
a component observation;
h = Measure
of precision;
THEORY OF MEASUREMENTS
CHAPTER
DsrmoDucnoN
LOED KELVIN has told us that one's knowledge of
when he can measure what he is speaking
about and express it in numbers. Every year a vast number of measurements are made in physical, chemical, and
science begins
engineering laboratories,
as well as in
laboratories
for
We
advanced research.
The wavelength
is
of
a Michelson interferometer
found to be
Or we may put
it
in another way,
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observers
These measurements were made by different
for their
remarkable
are
using different methods. They
with
of
the
light
us
wavelength
agreement and they give
not
are
But
they
for all
sufficient
correct,
accuracy
it is not at
and
purposes.
all
likely that
we
shall ever
know
of optics,
to
velocity of light
the
number 30
to be regarded
not been measured with sufficient accuracy
kilometer.
as correct to a single
A student who brings in a value for g, resulting from
centimeasurements with a simple pendulum, of 982.436
look
to
upon the
second per second, is likely
meters
per
result with
complacency
until
he
is
made
MEASUREMENTS
Measurements are usually classified as follows:
1. Direct
when, for example, a distance is measured
line.
a
with
tape
when, for example, the density of a cylindetermined by measurements of its length, diameter,
2. Indirect
der
is
and mass.
3.
Conditioned
triangle
is
called independent.
INTRODUCTION
ERRORS
Errors in measurement
may
classes:
1.
least,
as are
Personal
or,
when
possible,
by compensation.
These are errors characteristic of
If we swing a pendulum before
Errors.
class of students
guarded against.
Mistakes are, unfortunately, too
laboratory work to
common
in students'
an extended explanation,
Errors in reading scales, in computation, and in tabulation
may be classed as mistakes, and these should become
less and less frequent as the student gains experience.
2. The second class consists of errors which are indeterminate in their nature, and may not be entirely eliminated, however much care we may take in our measurements, or by
tjie
call
for
CHAPTER
II
PROBABILITY
PROFESSOR JEVONS
and
happen in a
What
in
certain
way
is
meteorological observer, it may appear extremely probable that it will rain tomorrow; to one who bases his
PROBABILITY
We may
We
P=
fall
in one
l (the
If
The
first
we
way
symbol
have,
or the other,
we have
for certainty).
by
down
If
heads, etc,
we take n=6,
may
fa,
all
will
and that
be heads
five will
PROBLEMS
expanding the binomial to the proper number
for four, three, two, one,
and no heads may be expressed by f f Jf , ^, and fc
1.
By
of terms,
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an interesting
mean
results of
prove
64
trials
A
may
by an appeal
to reason.
PROBLEMS
thrown what is the probability that
the sum of the numbers will be five? We first determine
the possible results with two dice, which may be obtained
by considering that each number on one die may appear
with each number on the other. This gives us 6X6 = 36.
Five may be obtained either by a four and a one, or a two
and a three. Now the four may be on the first die and the
one on the second, or the one may be on the first and the
four on the second. The same is true for the two and
Thus we have four possibilities, giving a probthree.
1.
If
two
dice are
ability of ^.
2. What is the probability of throwing one ace with
a single die in one throw?
3. What is the probability of throwing no ace with a
single die in one throw?
4.
trials?
What
is
two
PROBABILITY
5.
What
is
two
What
is
two
What
is
trials?
6.
trials?
7.
in
two
8.
trials?
What
balls.
is
The
class record
and
five green
first
a red and
trials?
be solved?
j
average
an
interesting one.)
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8
of luck
"
upon
Interesting applica
may
light.
The
possible
arrangement of the
70X69X68X
But
as
all
4X3X2X1.
possible arrangements
trillion.
Do we know
that iron
The
following illustration
may
serve to
weaken our
Imagine a fly watching two coincidence pendulums which come together on the eightyfirst swing.
While we are about it, let us imagine that in
feeling of certainty:
mind of a
The
fly, one second represents a year.
watch the vibrations for ten seconds (years) and
report to another fly which has just come up, that quite
an extended series of observations fails to discover the two
the
fly will
through
PKOBABIUTY
down.
The
Probability Curve.
6, it will
in Fig.
1.
FIG.
familiar illustration
If the target is
marked
is
1.
afforded
by
target practice.
the distances of
may
be taken to represent
will
resemble Fig.
1.
Since the errors are plotted along the #axis and their
corresponding probabilities along the 2/axis; and since
the curve
is
THEORY OF MEASUEEMENTS
10
yaxis,
its
,. f>X*
c?
been
given by Gauss.
Then
its probability.
y*=f(xn ).
...
(1)
y=f(*i)f(x2)
/(a*.);
(2)
and
tities will
22.
make
dP
of these
quan
P maximum,
dP
We have
....
(5)
PROBABILITY
By
11
Substituting
Or
(5) in (3)
*ta)+*fe)fe+
The
as results.
(4),
we have
W^=0
(6)
may
Then
and
equations
that z has
= 4>(*{)f(xi)tei.
jf(xi)
and
we have
we have
&.
(6)
and
(7)
and produces
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12
We
and
residuals.
Take
mi =430.6
m 2 =429.9
7714
By
universal
= 430.8
is
mean
and are as
follows:
= 0.0
^=0.7
01
t>3=f0.5
V4=
The
algebraic
sum
40.2
ference between a
between a measure
an error is the
measurement and the true result.
dif
FEOBABILITY
13
number
(9),
we may assume
that
is suf
since the
take the
From
<
is
a constant, which
we may
call c.
If
we
we
and
<t>(xn }
obtain
4K*0 _
Since this holds for any number of observations, the
corresponding terms are equal. Omitting subscripts we
have in general
We have
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14
c is negative (why?)
2A2
convenience by
also
replace
ek
by
k.
curve.
We may
is
PROBLEMS
1.
positive
and negative
Show
zero.
3.
Explain
4.
Show
Show
5.
why h
is called
*.
h\/2
As
this
involves
compound
probability,
we
have
"If
limits
*+
a>
become
+ QO
and
oo
PROBABILITY
This
is
treatises
on the
calculus.
15
discussed in various
is
It equals r
and
therefore
hdx
h ~ x2
.
The
is
probability that
an
error
between +x and
between x and 0.
lies
it lies
We
have
This
This
is
may
The student
any
be obtained.
on Least Squares for
larger textbooks
is
later;
may
then by
desired magnitude
any of the
referred to
illustrations.
THEOEY OF MEASUBEMENTS
16
EXERCISES
In order to become familiar with the terms h and
the following curves should be plotted:
Give k the values
1. Consider h constant.
1,
2,
k,
3, 4.
time permits, a set of curves should be constructed in which both h and k are variables, x and y
3. If
The Term
If
ties,
An
"
Least Squares
of a
number
"
of single probabili
ity is greatest
But
make
From
the
this
sum
of
law
is
PROBABILITY
17
We
are
now
Let
ma.
Then
Mmij
Mmz
of their squares
mn
a minimum.
...
page 327.
is
Use an
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18
ILLUSTRATIVE PROBLEMS
1.
Kundt's experiment:
92.3, 104.6,
12.3 cm.
2.
Time
116.9,
129.2,
of vibration of
43.1,
30.7,
141.7,
154.0,
magnet bar:
55.6,
67.9,
80.1,
cm.
Ans.
166.1
fork.
WEIGHTS
we have
Heretofore
to be of equal value.
of
The
stick.
1.
Micrometer
2.
Vernier
3.
4.
A
Vernier B
3.542 cm.
,
Meter Stick
3.544
"
"
3.54
"
3.55
a number
is
called the
PROBABILITY
weight and
19
by p. (Latin, pondus,
pound.) Further on, rules will be
given for finding the weight of observations, but for the
present we may use our judgment. No. 4 is evidently
weight.
is
usually designated
Compare
we may
may
1.
No.
and No. 2 are
call it 3.
No.
Spm= 77.942
Sp=22
2pm Sp
weighted mean
5
manner
3.543
similar to that
employed
for the
unweighted mean.
PROBLEMS
7^
N.
AH
6' E.,
N.
4'
line,
the following
00'.
readings were taken with equal care, but the first was
taken twice and the third three times. Find the best
value.
THEORY OF MEASUKEMENTS
20
2.
He
work.
3. The sum of the angles of an equilateral triangle is
found to measure 180 9'. If the first angle has been measured six times, the second three times, and the third once,
how should the error be distributed among the angles?
The
who may
work
The
part played
of the U. S.
by
Weather Bureau.
The
fessor A.
G. Webster,
(Science, Jan.
3.
9,
at Atlanta,
30,
1913.
1914.)
Principles of Science.
4.
Ga., Dec.
Relation to gambling.
PROBABILITY
Dr. H. G.
Bumham,
21
woul^^A^
ftfjsl^flibod they
4
would ste^^kw"f4Be
thai when they
I *
Vm
the
other
bookjjmfer tapf^eiy
grow up, ^fti^^^shtin
^
H
t f
*^ W^T
r
r ^ J**^
^
gambling magnate.
*
'
'
'
''
""
'i~
,"'
if
'jf
i,/7
'*"
'
?B
To quote
stop to count
"
The
Ms pMane^,
further:
c^"dinary
does not
The
tables.
CHAPTER
III
conditioned (see
triangle, for
they
may
page
2).
interdependence.
as
If we take
less
of
Or
degree of
mi = 6.2
Tihe
feet
to 0.01.
Theory.
While
this
applied
of the
22
Then
if
a,
6,
c,
...
are
known
constants
23
and
unknowns
no system of values will exactly
them. Each equation has a most probable value
unknown terms, but in each case there will be left
satisfy
for its
a small residual
v.
We may
For simplicity we
pendent of mi by K.
may
designate
all
Square both
and add:
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24
The
member
to zero,
we have
is
a minimum.
Placing the
ai(aimi+Ki)+a 2 (a 2 mi+K2)+
first
derivative equal
on (owi+X'n ) =0.
mn
may be written for m 2
"
normal
their
solution
and
These are called
equations
gives the most probable values of the observations under
Similar
equations
"
consideration.
ILLUSTRATIVE PROBLEM
1.
3m i
4ra2
+ ws =
25
Find the best values and the sum of the squares of the
residuals.
the rule.
=
25
16
32
For m2,
4ms = 12
For
=
=
=
3
50
10
73
For mi,
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26
Solving,
mi = 6.00
mo = 6. 13
7723
To
= 3.26
we
1824.52+3.26= 3
6+12.26+6.52= 25
=10
6.13+ 3.26
6+ 6.13+3.26=
16
0.26
vi=
2 =0.22
z;
0.61
4=
0.61
v3
i>
2^ = 0.860
~/3~
m2 = 6, ms = 3,
which alone
The
is
it is
is
unity,
made on a
triangle:
The
mi =45
m2 =80
ms=54
= 126
construct
m2
the normal
and ms.
equations
27
MEASUREMENTS OF A LINE
D E
FIG. 2.
AB=4.Q
BC=5.1
FG=
4C=
units
7.8 units
9.0
CD = 6.9
BZ> = 11.9
DE=2.Q
JEF6.1
DF=
8.2
problem
solution
is
purpose of illustration;
its
FORMULAE
When
the
number
of equations is large
it
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28
The normal
equations become
The
Urn*
=IM
formulae:
Observation Equations
6wi
3^2 = 15,1
2wi+2m2 =13.9
mi
2w2=2.1
= +9+4+4= +17
= +90.6+27.8+2.1 = +120.5
found
29
PROBLEMS
1.
mi +3.06
m2 =L30
2mi+m 2 =+4.81
*
*>
i,r
2.
Heretofore
it
all
observations
each ob
the first and the second measurements have weights of one each, the third a weight of four,
and the fourth a weight of nine, and find the adjusted
let
values.
3.
field
The
from a student's
book:
Jf = 147
N=
0=
P=
93
04.5"
51 26.7
29 56 16.6
+#+0+P=359
M+N+0 =
14'
88 58 06.1
59 55.0
3 39.2
N+0+P=212
45 53.0
0+P+M =271
1 57.8
8 30,0
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30
FIG. 3
of the angle
A=
22 13' 59"
5 = 100
C
18 40
57 27 33
32 41
46 10
79 41 29
A+B+C=180
00
Fra. 4.
31
BOC=2
COD =3
DOE = 4
mi =5
BOB = 6
FIG.
Xo
5.
Observed Angles.
51"
70
20'
2.
52
35
10
50
41
25
95
10
41
91
11
57
198
27
14
5..
!/.
27
0.990564
991150
48 24
0.993867
58 15
0.994589
0.995325
0'
18
67
32
THJtUUJK.1
<JJ
tion equations;
0.993099 =L +0.44765A,
0.994548 =L +0.70306A.
Systematic Errors
If there
86
45' 25.2" +
A=
85
48 36.4
(7= 81
16 40.9
D = 106
11
A+B+C+D = 36Q
1Q1
The
gives
(/
*^
17.5
2 00
A+J5=172 34
+C = 168 2
C+D187
**
10.6
15.1
28 13.8
59
11.3
48' 26.2"
m2 =
m3 =
45 32.2
16 50.1
86
81
7714=106
11
33
9.5
These are the best values, but it will be noted that the
of these values is V 58" greater than 360. Presumably, a systematic error of about 30' runs through the
observations. These values, then, may be further adjusted
sum
by
fi=0.6745A/
* n
nq
Sv2
measurements. If we wish to find the weight of ms, for example, we should represent the absolute term in the normal
equation of ms by some constant and place the other absolute terms equal to zero. We solve for ms and the weight
is found to be the reciprocal of the coefficient of the conThe probable error of m,% is found by dividing the
stant.
probable error of each observation by the square root of the
weight just found. The discrepancy in the final result may
now be adjusted according to the weights found, and should
give
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34
mi = 85
47' 56.7"
m2 =
m3 =
86
45
2.7
81
16
20.6
10
40.0
residuals
is
obtained.
is
SHORTER METHODS
The
following
abbreviated
methods
are
sometimes
employed:
HAYEK'S METHOD
Make
results to
m2
The
all
the coefficients of
mi
positive
ma
PROBLEMS
Observation equations.
xy+2z=
5z=
35
Some
TERM:
24+35 = 25
An
^4=6 and
=4
approximately.
Let a and b equal the difference between the true
and B. Then
approximate values of
and
2(6+a)+3(4+6)25 =0
solving,
we have
a= 0.153
6==
+0.406
A =60.153 =5.847
5=4+0.406=4.406
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36
mathematical
No,
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Observation.
Between.Stations.
44 25' 4CT.613
80 47 32 .819
mi+mz=
m3 =
m=
360 Osi+
3)
34 24 .758
12 27 .619
37 43 .405
00 18 .808
44 25' 40".613
80 47 32 .819
36 21 51 .996
91
34 24 .758
=279 12 27
me=
21 51 .996
.619
62 37 43 .405
00 18 .808
FIG. 6.
37
On
>4,
and
v$
Then
7?ii=44
m 3 =36
7724=91
w6 =62
This gives
rise to
25' 40".613+tFi
21 51 .996+z>3
34 24 .758+t?4
37 43 .405+y 6
= +0.210
 0.228
= +0.42
The righthand members denote
The normal equations are
seconds.
= +0.402
= +0.402
 +0.420
= +0.420
From which
.022
.126
.126
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38
The adjusted
No.
values
now become,
44 25' 40".635
80 47 32 .653
3,
V.
5
6...
7.
...../.
36
91
279
62
125
21 52 .018
34 24 .884
12 27 ,347
37 43 .531
(X) 18 .932
CHAPTER
IV
relative
the term
accuracy
"
of
"
measurements.
Strictly
speaking,
deviation
is
of exact results.
The percentage of error is obtained by dividing the difference between the result obtained and the true result by the
true result,
and multiplying by
may mean
The
difference between
two
results, neither
100.
by
by
by
dividing the
one of which
either result,
may
be
and mul
100.
39
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40
PROBLEMS
per sec.
what
1.
If
is
Would
2.
3.
Mean
error;
Average deviation;
Probable error.
Graphic Method. These may be illustrated graphically by use of the probability curve (Fig. 7).
Since YOX may be regarded as a probability area,
and
since,
as will
be shown
lies
later,
by the
POM
FIG. 7.
our precision
in
it
follows that
we may express
OM
age deviation.
By
3.
YOX
into
probable error.
By
the
reference to
mean
Problem
error, /*=
5,
page
14, it will
the distance
may
OM
be seen that
in the figure.
1/2P
The probable
error,
OP=~.
later.
Of these
mean
precision measures,
"
error,
THEORY OF MEASUREMENTS
42
the
mean
of a
measurements and
vi, v%,
13,
t?
would be a.c.=
?i
1
.
10,
8,
9,
the
10,
mean
= 0.75.
and 11 = 0.75, 2 = 1.25, 3 = 0.25, and
=
and a.d. 0.75. We may neglect the signs of the
i?
i'
This
is
1*4
is
9.25,
Sz;
= 3,00
residuals.
Vn
In
75
the problem just solved,
J.JX=^=0.38.
PROBLEMS
It will prove of interest
if
it is
the indicated
At
the
43
field
ficiently high.
lie
its
if
value
another
is
mean
as likely to
is
determined in a
lie
outside these
between them.
integral,
we must take
This gives f = 2/ Vr
Z
(
for
compound
e" h^dhx.
condition
ah
n
(Divide by h
 l e~*
it
THEORY OF MEASUREMENTS
44
0.4769
But
Therefore
r = 0.4769
= 0.6745
J^\
7i
This
is
when
by some
constant, say
u2
u2 =
Now
Then
ss*=2& 2 +
This
is
1"
r,
Izrl/Vo
1/r
2
,
= r/Vn.
TO
TQ
mean and
2?
rr,
Vn(n
We may
45
now summarize
1)
follows:
The measure
1.
the
constant).
2.
cision measures.
3.
PROBLEMS
Given the following measurements of the length of
1.
line:
70.6 cm.
70.5
70.7
"
"
70.6
70.8
Assume
70.4 cm.
70.5 cm.
"
"
error, the
70.5
70.6
"
"
average deviation^
OM
are
drawn
ertors:
THEORY OF MEASUREMENTS
46
427.320.04
427.300.16.
Find the
4.
error
relative weight
and the
relative precision.
The second
41
32' 14"=fc8".2.
41
32' 12"db7".l.
gives
2 ::
ra
pa
5, its
prob
Pf
The
precision
measure
is
second value.
sometimes expressed as a
1.
= 0.67^.
The
47
a.d.
2.
following results
measurements in each case:
9436 "
94.33
94.34
94.35
"
"
"
= 0.007
reliable to
0.03%
number
of molecules in
a grammolecule of
(Phys. Rev.,
air:
November, 1914.)
CHAPTER V
THE PROPAGATION OF ERRORS
IN the study of the propagation of errors we have two
the direct and the converse. In the
classes of problems
class
errors
in
component
and in
the converse problem we determine with what accuracy
we should make our component measurements in order
to secure a required accuracy in the result.
In solving problems under the first case, we proceed
as follows: If Z represents the true result, and
its
gg are true values of component
error; and #1, 32,
# are their corresponding
measurements, and xi, #2,
first
measurements
errors, then,
By Taylor's
theorem
dZ
dZ
dZ
49
we may
result) for
and
ri
(the
2
,
xi
components for
etc.
final
The reason
for this
is
evident
ti
Thus
r
we shall replace r by A and ri, rg
... 5a These refer to any precision measure
the probable error. A means the deviation in
Hereafter
by
5i,
$2,
as well as
BI,
62,
...*..
ILLUSTRATIVE PROBLEMS
1. The two
500.4. Find
sides of
rectangle
measure
450.6 and
The formula
=900+324=1224
A =35 approximately,
We may
feet), is
THEORY OF MEASUREMENTS
50
PROBLEMS
1.
The formula
a spherometer
by
is
Z=7.23b(X04cm.,
If
a=0.53d:0.008cm.
and
what
is
the
The mass
200.2
g.
gravity.
4.
What
is
501
cm.? V*=*2gh.
of liquid flow from a height of
mass of 100 g. is revolved with a speed of 80 cm.
5.
51
Find
82, 80, 78; the length measurements 51, 49, 50.
the centrifugal force and its deviation.
6. Find the deviation in the mean of two quantities
which
differ
7. If
by C.
the deviation in log a,
is
what
is
the deviation
in a?
8.
In No.
2,
is
an
and
its deviation.
may
cision of Measurements.
PROBLEMS
The
following
problems are
of
especial
interest
to
engineering students:
ZC=604
THEOBY OF MEASUREMENTS
52
by subtracting the
we may
sine of 32
differentiate
bar supported at
its
ends
is
E= PP
where
is
the mass
0".331
0".333
0".329
0".33Q
0" 490
0" 492
0".491
0".490
0".206
0" 205
0".206
0".207
Take the
a given plan
53
imeter
20752010=65
which
differ
sq.
cm., or
20702010=60
per cent.
We
are
commonly
called
upon to
It
is
of equal
effects.
A2 =A 2 +A*2 +
we may write
an equal
method
A 2 =nAa2
by
.
4,,
A$,__.
A=AVn.
A*,
we have
In our probten
THEORY OF MEASUREMENTS
54
The
separately produce a
2,1
cm.3
From our
deviation in the
we have
at
Therefore
51
= 0.074
"
'
or
We
cm.
**H
Likewise
VVT
JVXJ.\/
^I.JL.
Of
Of
UUiJL CHI.
may be
follows
ponent,
if
the exponent
is
same
unity.
*^e component
has any
We
A.
write
j=0.0074;
5Z
=0.074
0.0037;
=JxO.OG74=
r
This
is
55
,=0.011.
PROBLEMS
With what accuracy must we measure the radius
a circle to obtain an accuracy of 0.1^ in the area?
1.
of
(First method.)
2.
a simple pendulum
unit?
3.
and
be measured in
(Second method.)
computed,
These
may
are
illustrative
problems.
They
should
be
from
is
obvious.
The impor
THEORY OF MEASUREMENTS
56
No
by using
and
certain magnitudes
ratios
others.
020
and
70~90.
Around
ar<
satisfactory results.
In the
first case,
our formula
d(c tan 0)
is
I=c
tan
<j>.
cd&
Dividing
I
This
is
cos2 $
^
9
tan
<j>
sin
2<j>
<
Then
x~
aB
ca
57
These
when a =6.
illustrations
might
be
indefinitely
extended.
of Measure
EXERCISES
1.
Show
on the curve.
down an inclined plane for a definite
Discuss the effect of an error in measur
body
rolls
period of time.
ing the angle of the plane upon the error in velocity.
Neglect
4.
friction.
How
angle of incidence compare with a similar error in measuring the angle of refraction in their effect upon the refrac
Take i=45
tive index?
5.
What
is
the
"
and r=3Q.
best value
"
ABC
In LamFs theorem
sin
take
4=59.8, 5=69.8,
=146,
sin$
C =102.8,
=139, T =75.
measuring
a, ft
and
7.
0.5
in
CHAPTER
VI
PLOTTING
It may be assumed that students for
book was prepared have a knowledge of the
fundamental principles of curve tracing. A few familiar
definitions and illustrations will, however, be given.
Definitions.
whom
this
two
are reckoned.
The
and
The
vertical
curve
is
If the
as
many will
should
be
lie
on one
fulfill
side as
on
these conditions,
connected
by
straight
lines.
58
PLOTTING
59
EXERCISES
In these
as to the
1.
exercises, the
method
be followed.
at 5 per cent.
2. Plot a
same
to
compound
from the
origin.
for
The
as instruction:
amusement as
well
THEORY OF MEASUREMENTS
60
6.
when
thermometer
calibrated
is
by means
of a standard:
10+0.03
12 0.60
18 0.45
22 0.38
30 +0.71
Draw
a.
Determination of Constants.
of a straight
line,
<
By
definition
is
PLOTTING
line
mines
the constant
..
^^
This
When 2=0,
b.
fr\*
to Mierpret;
is
#==&.
T^B (determines
ri'Tt
c*
Rearrangement;
^3 y\
T?
ficult
it
saxis.
this 'o&stant.
61
^A
IttCfp
i/vi%#
*
^Y* * **
^dkfetMies happens that
&****L^
whileia ^^SfeS^&nent
perfectly intelligible.
of
'%fi
data makes
wpt^^^^feliaw apparatus, the r^ulting curve should be ^o. equilateral hyperbola (p#=a). It
will be found, however, that the readings one is ordinarily
able to obtain are not sufficient to identify the curve. If
we change the data and plot v and 1/p we get a straight line.
In a tangent galvanometer the formula is I=k tan <.
with tan
<
EXERCISES
1. The following data come from an experiment with
the Boyle s law apparatus:
j
THEOEY OF MEASUREMENTS
62
I=k
tan
6,
I=E/B.
3.
PLOTTING
Plot the volume on the
axis
gg
The candlepower
measured
follows:
for
the terminals as
THEORY OF MEASUREMENTS
64
t/axis.
6.
c.
filament
first
which the
begins to glow?
6. The elongation of a spring was measured for different loads, and the energy stored in the spring computed,
giving data:
PLOTTING
Plot loads (x) with elongations (?0 and energy
Compute the constant of the spring (g/cm).
(t/).
a.
b.
We
have
TF=
The
indicated
zero at
by means
273
C.
of
The
recent experiments of
Professor
66
THEORY OF MEASUREMENTS
CHAPTER
VII
NEGLIGIBILITY
It is of the utmost importance that stuImportance.
dents in laboratory courses should come to know under
just
scious of
certain terms in
process
is
not at
all
unscientific or inaccurate.
67
THEORY OF MEASUREMENTS
68
would
result
sine.
EXERCISES
Construct a circle with radius unity. Take an
and draw an arc and a chord.
angle of 60 at the center
Call the arc dx and the chord dy (equal to the radius).
1.
(*),
by the law
of sines.
places of decimals?
T=2irVl/g
is
The
equation
used.
HereK = 2'.
EXERCISE
Give
6 values of
60, 10
and
NEGLIGIBILITY
69
Show
1.
of the mirror.
2
Construct a parabola whose equation is j/ =4j>x.
a
circle
this
whose
Construct
internally tangent to
equa2
2rx=0. Let r=2p. Select points along
tion is a^+y
the axis distant r/4, r/2 3r/4 and r from the origin.
Find the value of y on the circle and the corresponding
value of y on the parabola in each case. The relation of
2.
these values
may be
approximate on.
3
circle
There
is
we
it
made up
of 1.0+0.01.
we have
1+0.02+0.0001 = 1.0201.
1.02, If, therefore, we square
twice the second term, we have
a rale for squaring such numbers as these. The square
of 1.0019 is 1.0038036, to which 1.0038 is a cbse approxl
This
our
is
first
nearly equal
to
THEORY OF MEASUREMENTS
70
matioa.
If the
whole number
is
its
The
The
Slide Rule
slide rule is
The
The
The Value
places.
Follies
Much
of *.
obtaining values of
TT
correct to a large
of Science
by
% of deviation,
Phin.)
If
number
707 places.
TT
is
carried
of decimal
(See Seven
out to
six
?r
= 9.87
to a very close
NEGLIGIBILITY
71
PROBLEMS
1. Find the error due to
using the value 31 carried out
to four decimal places, for TC,
2. Find the error due to using the value 9.87 for T2
,
when
We
The error involved in using a mirror and scale (Poggendorffs method) is discussed in Stewart and Gee's Practical
PhysicSj Vol. I, p. 55.
CRITERIA FOR NEGLIBILITY
It often happens that in
series of
measurements of
to have been taken with equal care with the others, and
there seems to be no particular reason for rejecting them.
Several criteria have been proposed for testing such observations.
The Htige
Error.
We
find
the
mean and
average
deviation (aA) omitting the doubtful observation; then
find the difference between the doubtful observation and
is
9, 12.
10,
9,
it
10,
The meaa
THEOBY OF MEASUREMENTS
72
is 9.5.
4X0.5=2.0.
129.5=2,5.
a.ct=0.5.
urement should be
The meas
rejected.
PROBLEM
The
been taken:
We may
let
is
more
be the number
less
elaborate
than
x,
single observa
assume that
nP
greater than x.
Then, by definition
'
2ra
We have
~*dt.
If
we equate
these
a value
of
common
values of
two values
of
corresponding to
n are given:
P and
solve,
we may
find
few
any value of n.
NEGLIGIBILITY
xtr
73
we have
only to find
these
The mean
is
13
and
nl
For
The
n=6, t=2.57
z=fr=1.9.
is
be rejected.
PROBLEM
The
43
52' 26".4
28
27
28
31
30
27
Test such observations as
.5
.8
.0
.3
.2
.9
may
be necessary by Chan
venet's Criterion.
Criterion far Negligibility for Deviation in
When
but
little
the deviation
in
Components
proper to neglect
it
altogether.
We know
A,
THEORY OF MEASUREMENTS
74
Suppose A 2
is
Let
insist,
But
we have
A 2 2 =A2 "A
=A2 (10.92)=0.19A2
a deviation
if it
the result.
more
rigid
be determined by substituting
is
a subject that
may be
1.
When
a rejected figure
is
14.64.
we should
the
write
NEGLIGIBILITY
2.
Thus
significant figures.
a.d.
75
we should
= 0.062;
retain
two
r=1.6.
tion measure.
TO =368.731:4:0.21
becomes 368.73,
6126.49
5o
whose
is
precision
if
figures;
if
From
and
figures;
the greatest.
if this is 1
figures.
If
we have
we note
As
that
to multiply
is
41.60.4 by 590.250.06,
cent,
we
sig
THEORY OF MEASUREMENTS
76
PROBLEMS
We
have given the number 504.628 with the foldeviation measures: A.ZX = 0.21; r= 0.031; correct to one part in one hundred; correct to two per cent.
What is the proper expression for the number in each case?
1.
lowing
2.
Add
21.42 zfcO.61
aS8.161iO.042
543.1
3.
d=1.5
Multiply
630.450.62 by
25.635dbO.024.
CHAPTER YUI
EMPIRICAL FORMULAE AND CONSTANTS
Definitions. A mathematical formula is one that is deduced by a process of reasoning along mathematical lines.
The formula for the distance passed over ;by a falling body is
an
illustration.
a typical empiricalJformula:
ments of
altitude (K).
by a
falling
body,
fall.
77
THEOEY OF MEASUREMENTS
78
The
following
may
experiment:
*
The obvious
disregarded,
16
and s will be
endeavor to find an empirical
relation existing
and we
will
between
FIG. 8
formula which
fits
Our
the conditions.
first
step
is
to
plot a curve.
This is seen to have the characteristics of a parabola
x has been
S+Tx+Ux2 +
substituted for
t,
etc.
and y for
s.
From
this are
16=5+47+1617
The normal
equations are:
30=45+107+30
100 = 105 +30
r+ 100 U
354=30S+100!T+354C7
When
we have
U=l
T=0
and our equation becomes y=x2
If the experimenter had used only three seconds and
had recorded an 8 instead of a 9, the values would have
.
been
17=0.5
7=1.5
S=1.0
Giving
Upon
y=l+1.5ar+0.5A
THEORY OF MEASUREMENTS
80
structed.
Classes of Curves.
common
The
following
are
some
of the
may be
con
Straight
x=y.
line.
mm
2. Parabolic.
y=S+Tx+Ux
3. Cyclic.
J
y=S
4.
Logarithmic.
2/
5.
Hyperbolic.
The formula
trate the
+,
etc.
= &eox
etc.
xy=a.
for velocity
first class.
illus
falling
fall
of temperature, pressure,
and humidity
afforded
tangular hyperbola.
Rules. The method of procedure
in the following rules:
1. Write the observation equation.
2, Plot the curve.
This
will plot
may
be summarized
rec
81
4.
Form
straight
line
1.
on the
Velocity
depth
0.1
3.2299
0.2
3.2532
0.3
3.2611
0.4
3.2516
0.5
3.2282
0.6
3.1807
0.7
3.1266
0.8
3.0594
0.9
2.9759
The curve is
Mississippi river.
obviously a parabola*
THEORY OF MEASUREMENTS
82
The
first
5=3.19513
r= 0.44253
7 =0,7653,
FIG
9.
lines.
The United
63
to the
3.
The
following illustrates
for
Substitute
Use the
first
cyclic curve:
m x in the equation
and
three terms
6.
tion equations:
7'
the formula.
4.
We may
THEORY OF MEASUREMENTS
84
body
at differ
18 9
3 45
L6 9
14,9
10 85
19 30
28 80
40.10
53.75
^0.95
12 9
10 9
8 9
6.9
loses heat
its
pressed
By
by
d9
^7=a0, where
at
From
this
we
get
a=
k
s
by integrating
logZ>
Iog0=a,
and
Now
if 0i
perature at time
2,
t\ 9
and
02
85
tem
we have
log 6
log 0! = aii ;
log b
log 02 = afe;
a= 
From which
C2&1
/j
log
~*
01
for 0i
Take 2 = 19.9 and substitute the values of
and show that a is a constant, approximately equal to
0.0065.
Such an equation
quantity
is
as "~"ji
==<z
itself,
is called
INDEX
PAGE
Adjustment of Observations
Approximate Squares and Square Roots
22
69
17
42
56
72
...
Arithmetical Mean
Average Deviation
Best Magnitudes and Best Ratios
Chauvenet's Criterion
Constant Interval ....
Constants in an Equation
Empirical Formulae and Constants
Errors Classes of
Fractional
.17
60
77
....
3
54
Method
Huge Error
...
Least Squares
Mean Square Error
Measurements
Classes of
2
67
24
58
39
42
4
9
14
48
Negligibility
Normal Equations
Plotting
Precision of Observations
...
Probable Error
Probability
Probability Curve
Probability Integral.
Propagation of Errors
.
Significant Figures,
Slide Rule
Value
of
71
16
41
..
Weighting
87
53
12
34
74
70
70
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