Make Your
Calculations

•Compare the measured height of cal A and
cal B to the measured
peak of your source.

•Cal A =
10 cm = 8.57 K, Peak value = 5.4 cm

•Cal B =
15 cm = 8.94 K, Peak value = 6.5 cm, so set up a ratio:
•15cm/8.94K
= 6.5cm/ x and solve for x: x= 3.87
K

•Do the
same for A:

• 10cm/8.57K = 5.4cm/x and solve for x: x = 4.63 K

•Get an
average of the two values and there you have it.

•The
average of 3.87 and 4.63 K = 4.25 K