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#### Two clocks are being tested against a standard clock located in a national laboratory. At 12:00:00 noon by the standard clock, the readings of the two clocks are :

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Clock 1          Clock 2

Monday            12:00:05         10:15:06

Tuesday           12:01:15         10:14:59

Wednesday      11:59:08         10:15:18

Thursday          12:01:50         10:15:07

Friday               11:59:15         10:14:53

Saturday           12:01:30         10:15:24

Sunday             12:01:19         10:15:11

If you are doing an experiment that requires precision time interval measurements, which of the two clocks will you prefer ?

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Guru Nanak
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Clock 1's range of difference over the seven days of observations is 162 seconds, while clock 2's is 31 seconds. Clock 1's average reading is even closer to the standard time than clock 2's average reading. The crucial point

is that the zero error of a clock is not as important for precision work as its variance, since a 'zero-error' can still be corrected. As a result, clock 2 is favoured over clock 1.