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Old 1st June 2006, 04:45 AM
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amanbhai

To clarify, what are the different units in question? Are you asking about the units of linear vs. angular?

The reason I'm confused is because measurements and units should be absolute. If an angle is measured in base 60 degrees minutes seconds, or decimal degrees, the amount of uncertainty due to the conversion is a rectangular distribution of the rounding error.

Could you help us clarify?

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