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CONSISTENCY, ACCURACY AND SENSITIVITY
Precision
Accuracy
The accuracy of a measurement can be increased by
Sensitivity
Error
Systematic Error
Examples of systematic errors are
Systematic error can be reduced by
Zero Error
Random Error
Parallax Error
Metre Rule
Inaccurate measurement
Accurate Measurement
Vernier Callipers
Parts of a vernier caliper:
Steps to obtain a reading
Zero error in vernier callipers
Micrometer Screw Gauge
Steps to obtain reading
Example
Negative zero error
Positive zero error
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1.4 Measurements and Error

1.4 Measurements and Error

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