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This average is not the same as the expectation vallue. The expectation value would be equal to the average if the number of mearurements, N, approached infinity. S u p p o s e t h a t t h e ,N individual measurements in one experiment are . ,. ,)/N. x1 ,x2, sup- pose the true, or expectation, value of the quantity is X. This would be the average of an extremely large number of measurements. The deviation from the true value X in a particular experiment is x, - + x2 + *-* N + XN ~- - X We can then get a measure of the experimental error by computing the rms error, averaged over many experiments of N measurements each.