why do we need to learn about errors in physics?

Asked by Prachi Panwar | 20th Apr, 2013, 07:19: PM

Expert Answer:

Every measurement an experimenter makes is uncertain to some degree. The uncertainties are of two kinds: (1) random errors, or (2) systematic errors.
In order to improve the degree of precision or accuracy of our measurement, we need to find errors .

Answered by  | 22nd Apr, 2013, 11:25: AM

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