Question #a6169

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Jul 14, 2017

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There are 2 types of errors, in science experiment.Sytematic errors and random errors.
Random errors come from your measurement and systematic errors come from your equipment.

For the radom error, you may consider your measurement, did you measure precisely what you had to measure,e.g. if you were to measure the length of something, you might have missed few milimitres, that is a random error.
When we come to systematic errors, you may consider how well your equipment performed, Were they working properly, did they measure accurately they had to measure.
So you can comment on these things. Also don't write both errors in the same paragraph, use a different paragraph for each.
I know it is hard to write about errors in prac report.