Parallax Error?


Parallax error is an apparent difference or displacement in the apparent location of an object viewed along two dissimilar lines of sight, and is calculated by the angle or semi-angle of inclination amid those two lines.
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1. Orient your line of sight directly above the measurement marking so that an imaginary vertical line connects your eye, the marking and the object. Parallax error is primarily caused
:parallax error occurs when the line of sight or measure is not at right angles ( perpendicular ) to the objects being measured. Any distance between the object and the measuring
( ′par·ə′laks ′er·ər ) (optics) Error in reading an instrument employing a scale and pointer because the observer's eye and pointer are not
Parallax error introduced when not reading an instrument directly from its front,due to separation of indicator & scale being read
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A parallax error is the error that occurs upon the displacement in the positioning of an object viewed from two different lines of sight. It is easily identified ...
Parallax error in chemistry is a positive mistake or a negative mistake. When the eye is lower than the meniscus, this is termed as a positive mistake and a negative ...
It should be in the same horizontal line as the meniscus of the liquid. ...
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