## PHYS 103 Quiz Introduction

PHYS 103 Quiz: Introduction to Graphing and Lab Safety

1. Laboratory equipment should not be left unattended
2. It is best to perform the laboratory exercises when easily distracted by telephones or children
3. When we graph y as a function of x, the variable x is known as the dependent variable
4. Average is the sum of a group of number divided by how many numbers was in the set
5. Laboratory equipment can be left unattended
6. It is best to perform laboratory exercise when not easily distracted by telephones or children
7. When we graph y as a function of x, the variable x is known as an independent variable
8. You do not need to check batteries for cracks or leaks
9. It is good practice to set aside an area to perform the laboratory exercises (like a lab bench in a traditional laboratory classroom)
10. When we graph y as a function of x, the variable y is known as an dependent variable
11. Outliers are numbers within a set of numbers that are close to the average
12. It is not optimal to have a space set aside to perform the exercises
13. Eye protection is not necessary during laboratory exercises
14. Average is the sum of a group of number divided by two times how many numbers in the set
15. When storing batteries, never allow the terminals to touch or short circuit
16. Eye protection needs to be worn during laboratory exercises
17. The standard deviation of a set of numbers is only based upon the average of the set of numbers.
18. If you have long hair there are no precautions necessary while doing laboratory exercises
19. Limit the use of loose jewelry when performing laboratory exercises
20. Batteries should be stored with their terminals touching
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