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Unformatted text preview: was a good demonstrator of static forces. The calculated percent errors obtained in the measurements was so miniscule that it represented a fairly accurate value to the theoretical force exerted on the string. Through reviewing the information that was obtained in the practical that was performed all calculations that were obtained showed no calculation errors. This means the reason for the small error that was calculated for the lab could only be explained by either a systematic error or a personal error in the original measurements that were taken. Overall the uses of statics are prominent in everyday life, like the steel beams in the structure of the science building and so on. Most of the problems in this lab were easy to determine the said solutions, and I feel very confident in the information that was gained through the experiment....
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