# Module 1: Report Assignment - Measurement

**Opened:**Wednesday, October 25, 2023, 8:07 AM

**Due:**Wednesday, November 1, 2023, 8:07 AM

##### Module 1: Report Assignment -Measurement (worth 10 points maximum)

**This assignment supports the following objectives:**

- Solve simple problems using derived quantities (CLO2)(CLO5)
- Recognize and use SI Base Units and Prefixes (CLO2)(CLO5)
- Convert from one unit system to another. (CLO2)(CLO5)
- Use dimensional analysis to check the consistency of your work. (CLO5)

**Lab Report Assignment Instructions:**

1. Complete the Module 1: Activity Assignment- Measurement

2. Complete Module 1: Report Assignment- Measurement using the format below

3. Upload the completed Activity Assignment using the file upload tool below

4. Upload the Report Assignment using the file upload tool below

**Lab Report Format:**

TITLE: Module 1: Report Assignment- Measurement and Error

YOUR NAME:

ABSTRACT:

- What you did (Explain the Procedure that you followed)
- How you did it (Give the tool and/or "simulator URL" used)
- Why you did it (What was the purpose for doing this experiment)
- What you found (Discuss the quality of your data based on the size of percent error values if you have any and/or Discuss something that you figured out about how the values in your data change as you manipulate the simulator)

VOLUME DATA: Make a table showing your volume data (use metric units only)

MASS DATA: Make a table showing your mass data (use metric units only)

VOLUME ANALYSIS: Make a table showing your volume analysis
calculations. Show ALL formulas and steps for each calculation in your table.
Also, include this conversion factor in your table. 1mL = 1 cm^{3 }(use metric units
only)

MASS ANALYSIS: Make a table showing your mass analysis calculations (use metric units only)

CONCLUSION: What did you learn, not what you did using the simulator (Explain a concept, skill, tool, or formula that you learned as a result of doing this experiment). Also, explain why you never got zero percent error.