# Errors in Measurements and Their Statistical Analysis – 5

5. _______ is the difference between the true value of quantity and the value indicated by instrument.

(a) Dynamic error
(b) Fidelity
(c) Measurement lag
(d) Speed of response

Explanation
Explanation : No answer description available for this question. Let us discuss.
 Subject Name : Electronics Engineering Exam Name : IIT GATE, UPSC ESE, RRB, SSC, DMRC, NMRC, BSNL, DRDO, ISRO, BARC, NIELIT Posts Name : Assistant Engineer, Management Trainee, Junior Engineer, Technical Assistant
 Electronics & Communication Engineering Books Sale Question Bank On Electronics & Communication Engineering Book - question bank on electronics & communication engineering; Language: english; Binding: paperback ₹ 317 Sale A Handbook for Electronics Engineering(Old Edition) Made Easy Editorial Board (Author); Marathi (Publication Language); 620 Pages - 01/01/2015 (Publication Date) - Made Easy Publications (Publisher) ₹ 320 Basic Electronic Devices and Circuits Patil (Author); English (Publication Language) Sale Electronic Circuits: Analysis and Design (SIE) | 3rd Edition Neamen, Donald (Author); English (Publication Language); 1351 Pages - 08/25/2006 (Publication Date) - McGraw Hill Education (Publisher) ₹ 700

## Related Posts

• Errors in Measurements and Their Statistical Analysis » Exercise - 1 1. The deviation of a reading from the expected value : (a) accuracy (b) precision (c) error (d) difference
Tags: errors, measurements, statistical, analysis, exercise, error, difference, electronics, engineering
• Errors in Measurements and Their Statistical Analysis » Exercise - 13.  When an instrument is subjected to harsh environments such as high temperature, strong magnetic, electrostatic or electromagnetic field, it may have detrimental effects and cause errors known as : (a) Observational errors (b) Environmental errors (c) Instrument errors (d) Gross errors
Tags: errors, statistical, analysis, instrument, measurements, electronics, engineering
• Errors in Measurements and Their Statistical Analysis » Exercise - 110. What type of errors are due to shortcomings of the instruments like detective (or) worn parts ? (a) Gross errors (b) Systematic errors (c) Random errors (d) Environmental errors
Tags: errors, measurements, statistical, analysis, electronics, engineering
• Errors in Measurements and Their Statistical Analysis » Exercise - 19. What type of errors are due to largely human errors like misreading of instruments ? (a) Gross errors (b) Systematic errors (c) Random errors (d) Environmental errors
Tags: errors, measurements, statistical, analysis, electronics, engineering
• Errors in Measurements and Their Statistical Analysis » Exercise - 12. Errors due to frictions of the meter movement, incorrect spring tension, improper calibration or faulty instruments : (a) Observational errors (b) Environmental errors (c) Instrument errors (d) Gross errors
Tags: errors, statistical, analysis, measurements, electronics, engineering