# College Physics

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If the uncertanty in the slope is 1.214×10-14, is the measured value of ε0 within experimental uncertainty of the accepted value? (Yes or No)

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I have no idea what slope you are talking about. It sounds like a question associated with a lab experiment where you tried to measure ε0. If so, what did you measure? What is the graph? What was the slope value measured?

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the value of the permittivity of free space is 1.009E-11

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