State the errors eliminated by repetition method. 

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The errors eliminated by repetition method are :

1) Errors due to eccentricity of verniers and centers are eliminated by taking the both vernier readings and averaging them.

2) Errors due to in adjustments of line of collimation and trunnion axis are eliminated by taking both face left and face right readings.

3) Errors due to inaccurate graduations are eliminated by taking the readings at different parts of circle.

4) Errors due to inaccurate bisection of object may compensate each other.

5) Errors due to improper levelling can be minimized 

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