Analisis Variansi Galat Mutlak Hasil Pengukuran Arus dan Tegangan pada Suatu Resistansi
Keywords:Voltage, Current, Resistance, Absolute Error, Anova Test
This study was conducted to determine whether there is a difference in the average absolute error value obtained from each current and voltage measurement using the Ammeter and Voltmeter measuring instruments. The method used in this research is an experimental method by using quantitative analysis that utilizes numbers or data on a readable measurement. Using the data obtained, a hypothesis test analysis was carried out using the Variable Variance Analysis (Anova) test using the initial hypothesis H_0: the average absolute error variance in the current and voltage measurement results is the same and the alternative hypothesis H_a: there is a difference in the average variance absolute error in the current and voltage measurement results. By using the steps of the one-way variable variance test (Anova), through manual calculations it was found that F_hitung = 0.354 < F_table = 3.35 while using the SPSS software application it was obtained that the significant value or Sig.= 0.838 > 0.05 which means that H_0 is accepted (H_a is rejected), which means that the average absolute error value in the current measurement results at various voltages and resistances is not significantly different at the 95% confidence level.
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