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Physical interpretation of y-intercept in a Current vs Voltage graph
So I collected current and voltage data from a simple circuit with a power source and a resistor, using a multimeter. I created a graph for this data using excel and got the y-intercept (which is ...
Mar 1 '13 at 11:12
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