Laboratory of Measurement Techniques 1100-2F14
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Knowledge of basic types of experiments in mechanics, physics of electromagnetic waves and contemporary physics; knowledge of the statistical analysis of experimental data; knowlege of theoretical modelling of the data and discussion of experimental results.
The report of an experiment carried out in the laboratory is evaluated by the assistent. Each report can be corrected once. The minimum number of performed experiments is eight.The final score is calculated as the arithmetic mean of ten best partial notes. The average of the grades obtained can not be less than 3.00. The number of positively assessed reports may not be less than 8.
If less than ten exercises are performed, grades to the average are supplemented with unsatisfactory marks.
1. Henryk Szydłowski, Pracownia Fizyczna
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