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Upper & Lower Bounds (H)

Upper & Lower Bounds (H)

Upper and lower bounds are used in relation to measurements. Whenever we measure anything, we can never be sure that our measurements are exact: we must always allow for errors. For this reason, we must accept that our measured value must lie somewhere between an upper and a lower bound.

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