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Juliana, Sam and Hannah's height lab

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In our group, 16% 23% and 25% were very high percent error results. This is due to the fact that we didn't have a very good form of measuring time. With the stop watches that we used, it is easy to miscalculate and press the start and stop button at the perfect time. If we could set up this experiment again, we would use motion sensor equipment to time when we left the ground and returned exactly. we would also have a measuring tool such as a newer tape measure that isn't old and worn to measure how high we were so our results would be more accurate. If we have better times and meaurements it would be much easier and we would have less of error.

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