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SubjectRe: temperature standard - global config option?
Richard J Moore wrote:
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> > 59.42886726469 ±2°C is obviously ludicrous, even if that's
> > what my calculator gives me. I should instead write 59 ±2°C, since
>
> So, if I follow you argument then shouldn't you be writing 58 ±2°C or
> should it be 60 ±2°C ?

What it means is that whatever dingus measured the temperature, reported
the temperature as 59C. Also it is known that the accuracy of said dingus
is +-2C, so the real temperature can be anywhere between 57C and 61C.
That assuming that the dingus is calibrated.

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