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Unformatted text preview: ificance of the results. Compare to the expected theory, refer back to the theory section where appropriate. Discuss any sources of error and the estimated magnitude of those errors. Some errors are not significant and should not be presented as such. You should be answering the following questions: What do your results mean from a physical perspective? What is the impact of your results? What do they mean in terms of theory or design considerations (e.g. resonance can cause...
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