1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Using your results, calculate the 3dB frequency of the RC filter. 3. The attempt at a solution Basically in our lab, we made a simple series RC low pass filter. We put in a 16V peak to peak signal at varying frequencies below, and measured the output voltage at the capacitor (again peak to peak) on the scope. Now if I want to calc the 3dB frequency from my results, would I plot this on a graph and look for the 3dB point? I have tried this, but I think I am going wrong somewhere. The second table would be what Im trying to plot. I took first column is just the log of the frequency. The second column is 10log(Vout/Vin). It just doesnt seem right. fin (Hz) Vo (V) 50 13.8 100 11.4 150 9.6 200 8.2 250 7.2 300 6.4 1.698970004 -0.749974923 2.000000000 -1.579527115 2.176091259 -2.326214759 3.301029996 -3.010299957 2.397940009 -3.665315444 2.477121255 -4.087127349 sorry for the formatting!