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Old May 31st 2009, 10:09 AM   #1
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measurement correction and uncertainty of temperature

Give a measurement result by the correction and uncertainty in the calibration of the thermometer indicator! With reference thermometer are measured 135.14 C, with another thermometer which was calibrated with reference we got the following values: 140.15 C 140.14 C 140.13 C 140.12 C 140.11 C 140.12 C, 140.13 C, 140.14 C, 140.12 C, 140.13 C. The uncertainty of the reference thermometer is 0.05 C, the uncertainty of the bath in which you calibrated amounts to 0.07 C

I am asking for solution, how to solve the problem.

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