What is 'error' in scientific measurement?
Asked by | 28th May, 2011, 12:00: AM
ERROR IN SCIENTIFIC MEASUREMENT IS UNCERTAINTY, NOT MISTAKES Error does not connote the term mistake. Error refers to the uncertainty in the measurement. You can not eliminate errors, but you can ensure that they are reasonably small relative to your signal.
Answered by | 28th May, 2011, 01:23: PM
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