# Microsoft Word - cover labsheet JMSK.doc - BB101

```MALAYSIAN POLYTECHNIC
MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE AND COMPUTER DEPARTMENT
BB101 - ENGINEERING SCIENCE
LAB REPORT
EXPERIMENT 1
NAME
MATRIX NO
GROUP
MEMBERS
TITLE
LECTURER’ S
NAME
(TO BE FILLED UP BY LECTURER)
DATE OF SUBMISSION
LECTURER’S
RUBRIC
ITEM
MARKS
4
1.
Procedures
2.
Participation
3.
Diagrams
4.
Data
5.
Calculations
6.
Analysis
7.
Error Analysis
8.
Questions
9.
Conclusion
10.
Submission Date
TOTAL
3
2
1
P age |2
PHYSICAL QUANTITIES AND MEASUREMENT
OBJECTIVE
To obtain derived quantities from base quantities.
INFERENCES
1. Base quantities are the quantities that cannot be defined in terms of other quantities.
2. Derived quantities are physical quantities derived from the base quantities through
multiplication, division or both.
3. Density of substance,
4. Relative Density,
HYPOTHESIS
1.
Measuring physical quantities precisely.
2.
Differentiate between base and derived quantities.
EXPERIMENT 1a
APPARATUS
1.
Wooden Block
2.
Vernier Calliper
3.
Beam Balance / Electronic Balance
PROCEDURES
1.
Measure the dimension of the wooden block by using Vernier Calliper.
2.
Weigh the mass of the wooden block by using Beam Balance / Electronic Balance.
3.
Record all the data in the TABLE 1.0.
RESULT
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P age |3
EXPERIMENT 1b
APPARATUS
1.
Glass Rod
2.
Micrometer Screw Gauge
3.
Beam Balance / Electronic Balance
4.
Ruler
-
1
1
1
1
PROCEDURES
1.
2.
Measure the dimension of the glass by using Micrometer Screw
Gauge
Record all the data in Table 2.0.
* Note : Use the formula below to get the volume of the glass rod
RESULT
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P age |4
EXPERIMENT 1c
APPARATUS
1. Metal block
2. Vernier Calliper
3. Beam Balance / Electronic Balance
-1
-1
-1
PROCEDURES
1. Measure the dimension of the metal by using Vernier Calliper.
2. Record all the data in Table 3.0.
RESULT
DIMENSION
TRIAL 1
Average
TRIAL 2
Diameter, D / Width, w
cm
cm
cm
Length, l
cm
cm
cm
Mass, m
g
g
g
Volume, V
cm3
cm3
cm3
Density of material, ρmaterial
𝑔
𝑐𝑚3
𝑔
𝑐𝑚3
𝑔
𝑐𝑚3
Relative Density, ρrelative
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P age |5
ANALYSIS
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ERROR ANALYSIS
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QUESTION
State the precautionary steps to avoid errors in the experiment.
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CONCLUSION
1. __________________________________________________________________________
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2. __________________________________________________________________________
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3. __________________________________________________________________________
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BB101
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