tape correction[′tāp kə‚rek·shən]
A quantity applied to a taped distance to eliminate or reduce errors due to the physical condition of the tape and the manner in which it is used.
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A correction applied to a distance measured with a tape to eliminate errors caused by the physical condition of the tape or by the way the tape was used.
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