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Homework Help: Error analysis

  1. Dec 11, 2008 #1
    I have done the data processing for a Wheatsone bridge experiment. The data are:
    79,66 79,30
    136,70 126,60
    188,08 173,40
    204,00 196,00
    243,90 237,40
    260,96 257,40
    111,34 93,90
    240,00 240,00
    341,20 344,10
    380,92 398,10
    164,00 144,00
    241,20 218,80
    288,00 280,00
    293,40 266,50
    424,56 420,00
    273,40 247,10
    124,54 90,40
    Normally, the paired ones are supposed to be equal. So how am I going to analyze the errors? Standart deviation, or something else? How am I supposed to find the absolute and percentage errors?
     
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