To be done on TED: This is just a preview of the questions... You'll have two attempts on TED, so look here if you want to review the questions. 1. Meter Location (Points: 1) Please describe where the meter was that you used: was it your own house/apartment? A friend's meter? Some random meter? Were you aware of the specific types of electrical activities being monitored by this particular meter? 2. First meter reading (Points: 1) What was the electricity reading of the meter at the beginning of the experiment (in kWh)? And also, what date and time was this reading taken? 3. Second meter reading (Points: 1) What was the electricity reading of the meter at the end of the experiment (in kWh)? And also, what date and time was this reading taken? Try to allow at least 24 hours between readings to get a decent baseline. 4. Meter Difference/Energy per day (Points: 3) Present the following info: 1. The difference in the two meter readings (in kWh) 2. The time span associated with the two readings (in decimal hours: like 26.3 hours) 3. The number of kWh this meter would have ticked off in exactly 24 hours, assuming the time span you monitored was typical 5. Average power used (Points: 2) Use the numbers you derived from the last question to express the average rate (power) at which energy was expended during your measurement. Express in Watts. (If you have kWh and hours, you can get W---just watch out for the kilo- part.) The number should make sense to you: if you get a huge or tiny number, think more carefully about it. 6. Instantaneous rate (Points: 2) Measure the disk spin rate, and note the Kh value of the meter, if it is an analog meter. For digital meters, measure the rate at which simulated disk blocks appear or disappear, each event representing 1 Wh of energy. Now turn this rate into an instantaneous power usage, in Watts. Present the results of at least one such measurement here. Also, comment on the electrical activity monitored by the meter at the time of the measurement, if it is known. Does the rate make sense given the electrical activity at the time?