Errors in chaining

  • Cumulative Errors:

Systematic errors if not checked, they have serious effect on accuracy. They are classified into two:

  1. Positive error:
    The length of the chain is shorter than standard. The error makes the measured length more than the actual length
  2. Negative error:
    The length of chain is greater than standard. The error makes the measured length less than the actual length
  • Compensating error:

Accidental errors hence does not pose serious problem to accuracy.







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