Statistics, Measurement Uncertainty, and the Number of Galaxies in the Universe Lab
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|Dennis Zaritsky; Univ. of California at Santa Cruz|
|From a course in observational astronomy, a lab for exploring some basic issues regarding statistics in astronomy and measurement uncertainties, and finally produceing an estimate of the number of galaxies in the Universe (with its associated uncertainty).|
|Resource Types:||Courses, Problems/Puzzles|
|Math Topics:||Measurement, Statistics, Astronomy|
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