In one experiment, Millikan found that the charge Q on a particular drop had the following values at various times. (An arbitrary unit is used) Q/A.U: 6.87 x 10-9 4.44 x 10-9 8.37 x 10-9 5.39 x 10-9 1.97 x 10-9 2.96 x 10-9 Use these results to find a value for the electron charge(in A.U) So basically my teacher taught us how to do it using calculations: 1. Finding smallest difference 2. Divide each by smallest to find n 3. e = ƩQ/Ʃn But it's not working. I can;t get it work. Please help. Thanks.