# Physics 11

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In physics we did a lab experiment that involved finding the Heat capacity. the teacher told us that we wont get an exact answer. He wanted us to state the Source of Error.

what is a source of Error?
He said that it isn't a "human stupidity error" eg. Spilling some hot water, or miscalculating

• Physics 11 -

massing the water. Massing the contaner.
measuring temperature. Massing the heated weight, and measuring its temperature. Just because something is in boiling water, does its temp have to be 100?

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