Random error vs. Systematic error Physics – Physics tutorials

Random error vs. Systematic error Physics – Physics tutorials – There are two major types of errors in Physics, which are as follows:

(i) Random error
(ii) Systematic error

Let’s define these two errors.

(i) Random error:

Random error is said to occur when repeated measurements of the quantity, give different values under the same conditions.

(ii) Systematic error:

Systematic error refers to an effect that influences all measurements of a particular quantity equally. It produces a consistent difference in readings.


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