Lesson 12 - Averaging Readings


Suppose you are measuring a sample, such as corduroy, which is very directional.  You’ve decided that the best way to measure it, taking its directionality into account, is to make four readings of the sample, rotating the fabric 90° between readings so that the instrument looks at it from all directions.  The four readings will be averaged into the final result, which you will report.  Configure the averaging and read the sample as described below.

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