## PHYS 103 Quiz Introduction

PHYS 103 Quiz: Introduction to Graphing and Lab Safety

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