1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I'm not really sure what goes here just yet because my lab on "e/M" is rather dry, and void of any meaningful information. 2. Relevant equations Not sure yet. 3. The attempt at a solution I do have an attempt, but it needs work. Alright, so my problem with this lab is that it happened in a rather odd fashion. The group that I was supposed to take data with are really weird, and I didn't end up taking the data that they took, so it made everything a bit awkward. However, I managed to get some data values for my lab, but I'm still unclear on how to proceed. Can someone readily tell me about what I am supposed to accomplish with the "e/M lab" without any of my information, or do you need me to post some relevant information so that you guys can better help me out. FWIW, the "e/M" lab is a traditional lab that is typically done in Physics 103 courses dealing with the topics of electricity, and magnetism.