## (solution) Please refer to the attachment to answer this question. This

Please refer to the attachment to answer this question. This question was created from 130L Fall 15 Prelab 1.pdf /file/13341624/130L-Fall-15-Prelab-1pdf/ The following text was automatically generated from the attachment: 4. The Viscosity of water can be determined from Equation (3) given in the lab handout where A, B, and C are constants, and T is temperature in degrees K. If temperature is measured to be 300 K with an accuracy of i 0.5 K, what is the Viscosity of the water and the uncertainty for this Viscosity? You are free to use either the standard method or the sequential perturbation technique for determining the propagation of uncertainty, whichever you prefer. (Hint: take into account the indicated resolution of the constants to estimate the uncertainty for the constants.) Additional Comments: Equation (3) is A*10^(B/(T-C)) and says the uncertainty for the correlation is plus or minus 2.5% A=2.424e-5, B=247.8, C=140K, T=Temperature in Kelvin

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