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Frequency Formula PS/V
Frequency Formula 1/Duration THEN move over 2 spaces (just multiply by 1000).
Frequency Formula Distance (mm/s) or V/PS x 1000.
Sensitivity (S) Formula V / D
Voltage Formula SD
Duration Formula V/S
Duration Formula 1/Frequency THEN move over 2 spaces (just multiply by 1000).
Duration Formula Distance (mm/s) or A/PS x 1000.
FRC Find frequency at bottom of graph, locate curve of your filter (LFF), then do formula of: Actual Voltage / % (or x using decimal) of attenuation (where the lines meet up) = __ uV.
Frequency and Duration Relation Mathematical reciprocals of each other.
30 mm/s 1 s and 200 ms
15 mm/s 2 s and 400 ms
60 mm/s 1/2 s and 100 ms
What is the formula for dosing chloral hydrate? Weight/2.2 X 50. Round.
To find what % A is of B: Divide A by B, then take that number and move the decimal place three spaces to the right.
To find polarity... Add numbers together to get the voltage (regardless of (-or+) and then use the grid rules to find deflection.
To find damping % of pen deflection... Damping / Deflection and move decimal two places to the right.
What is the Time Constant formula to find the LFF? LFF = .16 X TC
What is the formula to find the TC? TC = .16 / LFF
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