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### Demo10_Ques3

Course: PREDICTIVE 10, Fall 2009
School: New Mexico
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Errors Possible Decide which following factors cause this experiment to deviate from the inverse square law? I. the shape of filament, II. the luminance of the III. bulb, using ruler in inch rather than centimeter, IV. background light. a.) None. b.) II. and III. c.) Only IV. d.) I. and II. and IV. e.) I. and IV.

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