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Measurement correction and uncertainty

  1. May 31, 2009 #1

    urh

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    Give a measurement result by the correction and uncertainty in the calibration of the thermometer indicator! With reference thermometer are measured 135.14 ° C, with another thermometer which was calibrated with reference we got the following values: 140.15 ° C 140.14 ° C 140.13 ° C 140.12 ° C 140.11 ° C 140.12 ° C, 140.13 C, 140.14 C, 140.12 C, 140.13 ° C. The uncertainty of the reference thermometer is 0.05 ° C, the uncertainty of the bath in which you calibrated amounts to 0.07 ° C

    I am asking for solution, how to solve the problem.

    Thanks for help.
     
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