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11.1.1 Describe and give examples of random uncertainties and systematic errors IB Chemistry SL

A systematic error will produce data that is ALWAYS too high or ALWAYS too low - more data collection will not fix this - fix your system (machine). Random errors (the IB say uncertainty - same thing) happen when data is gathered and is equally likely to be too high or too low. Take more data and average it to fix this.
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