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## Homework Statement

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I am working on a experiment on finding the Earth's magnetic field strength in Denmark. Using a Galvanometer and a constant power source of 5.1V and slowly adjusting the resistance, I was able to find the changes in angle in relation to the changes of current.

2. Homework Equations

2. Homework Equations

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galvanometer#Theory

Then I used the equation to find the Bh, the horizontal component BH of the Earth's magnetic field.

Here is the https://drive.google.com/file/d/1E2gNnh_xxPWCr89UKLDx0xPoWE9cFZna/view?usp=sharing on my Google Drive.

## The Attempt at a Solution

However, my calculation shows my Bh is 5.62E-04, while the actual Bh is 5.03E-05. There is a difference of factor of 10! I went through the calculations with my teacher, but she could not find the problem. I am hoping that someone can help me locating the error in the experiment/calculation.

I would really appreciate any help! Thank you!