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Physics Notes on Units and Measurement for CBSE Class 11


Jun 16, 2017 ... Class 11 Physics notes on Units & Measurement (Chapter 2 of 11th NCERT book ) are available here. ... NCERT Exemplar: Class 11 Physics – Chapter 2 Units and Measurement ... Absolute Error, Relative Error and Percentage Error ... The arithmetic mean of these values is taken as the best possible value ...


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Given that

Temperature t_1 = 20\degree C \pm 0.5\degree C

Temperature t_2 = 50\degree C \pm 0.5\degree C


Temperature difference \Delta T = t_2 - t_1 = (50\degree C \pm 0.5\degree C) - (20\degree C \pm 0.5\degree C)

The absolute error in the final result is equal to the sum of the absolute errors in the individual quantities when two quantities are added or subtracted.

[math] \Delta T = [50\degree C - 20\degree C] \pm [0.5\degree C + 0.5\degree C] [/math]

\Delta T = 30\degree C \pm 1\degree C


Hence, Temperature difference \Delta T = 30\degree C \pm 1\degree C