Data Reduction and Error Analysis Assignments

**Measurement Uncertainties**- Read
*Bevington*, chap. 1. - Do problems 1.4 and 1.7, pp. 15-16. A calculator will be helpful.
- Evaluate the combinations:
(
^{6}_{2}), (^{8}_{4}), (^{9}_{7}) . - Under the assumption that the lock on lab 1 requires 3 different buttons to be pushed in succession, how many unique combinations does this lock have? (Note that the digits range only from 1-5.)
`Due 19 Mar '99 8:00pm.`

- Read
**Probability Distributions**- Read
*Bevington*, chap. 2, pp. 17-35. - Do problems 2.3, 2.7, 2.13, 2.14, pp. 35-36.
`Due 26 Mar '99 8:00pm.`

- Read
**Error Analysis**- Read
*Bevington*, chap 3. pp. 38-50. - Do problems 3.1, 3.2, 3.4, 3.6, 3.10, pp. 50-52.
`Due 1 Apr '99, 8:00pm (no joke).`

- Read
**Estimates of Means and Errors**- Read
*Bevington*, chap. 4, pp. 53-72. - Do problems 4.2, 4.5, 4.8, 4.10. (Use a calculator.)
`Due 9 Apr '99, 8:00pm.`

- Read
**Least Squares Fit to a Straight Line**- Read
*Bevington*, chap. 6, pp. 96-114. - Do problems 6.2, 6.5, p. 114.
`Due 16 Apr '99, 8:00pm.`

- Read