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# Physics IGCSE paper 6

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1. Please could someone re-phrase this? I don't quite get what it means..

"Idea of within (or beyond) experimental accuracy"
2. (Original post by amarakhan)
Please could someone re-phrase this? I don't quite get what it means..

"Idea of within (or beyond) experimental accuracy"
Basically your results can be 10% above or 10% below the expected results to be successful.
For Example if i expect a speed of 45m/s and i get 42.5 m/s the results would prove that 45 m/s is the right speed as it is within 10%
3. (Original post by SalopJack)
Basically your results can be 10% above or 10% below the expected results to be successful.
For Example if i expect a speed of 45m/s and i get 42.5 m/s the results would prove that 45 m/s is the right speed as it is within 10%
Ohh I see, thanks

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