• anonymous
give an example of how a person could make a "mistake" or "human error" while taking a length measurement.
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  • anonymous
paradoxical error could be one. Uncertainty of course. the distance between two marks could be up for interpretation whether its great or less than .5 etc.
  • AkashdeepDeb
There are many types of errors: Systematical errors: #Personal error: Made by the human himself by his biases of measuring. #Imperfection error: Due to external factors...Heat, expansion, pressure. #Instrumental error: Error by the instrument. (Zero error) Wrong least count.... Random errors: As the name suggests these are the other errors that can cause inaccuracy in measuring a length or something else. Understood? :)
  • anonymous
For example with read the numbers fall ! When you do a work perhaps you have a little or a big mistake . The mistakes are always there is for human !

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