anonymous
  • anonymous
Hi, I wanted to ask a calculation question. I guess I do it all wring, because calculating the error in the t1/t2 in the first video, minute 33:20, I came up with 0.017 and not 0.008. What is the right calculation then? Regards
MIT 8.01 Physics I Classical Mechanics, Fall 1999
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anonymous
  • anonymous
ok, I got it ! You take extrem possibilities and subtract from the "perfect" result. 781 551 1.417422868 783 553 1.415913201 0.001509667 779 549 1.418943534 -0.001520666 783 549 1.426229508 -0.008806641 779 553 1.408679928 0.00874294

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