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Forum for Physics Educators <PHYS-L@list1.ucc.nau.edu> on Tuesday, August
24, 2004 at 7:25 AM -0600 wrote:
Athletes are often ranked on the basis of experimental measurements of
time intervals. My impression is that differences between some outcomes
are too small to be meaningful.
Talking about meaningful(less). What about the men's gymnastics fiasco.
Opinions to the 0.001 !
Any ideas on quantifying this event?
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