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If the equipment is not adjusted to zero correctly before starting the experiment, this can give rise to zero errors which can lead to anomalous data. It all went pear shaped and I can't be bothered to fix it. Don't panic! AQA Glossary Menu Go to next page Courses Login Sign up Deutsch English Español Język polski Português Brasileiro Tiếng Việt 简体字 Created by MrJordan GCSE AQA A ISA Definitions Level
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Is this enough? If so please help I have my ISA tomorrow and i'm scared I need an A*. Are your results reproducible?Are they repeatable? Because practice is the best way to improve you grade!).
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Sign in Transcript Statistics 1,046 views 8 Like this video? Accuracy Calibration Data Errors* Evidence Fair test Hypothesis Interval Precision Prediction Range Repeatable Reproducible Resolution Sketch Graph True Value Uncertainty Validity Valid Conclusion Variables* * These terms have a number of Anomalous means something that doesn't fit the pattern. Started by: existential Forum: A-levels Replies: 17 Last post: 1 Hour Ago  Fastest and slowest offer senders!
Identifying anomalous results and finding reasons for them is a crucial part of the evaluation of any experiment, not just investigations.