It is always good to discuss sources of error since most of the time you can get more precise results (i.e. getting a smaller uncertainty)
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In my lab, both the experimental values for moment of inertia agreed within uncertainty with the theoretical moment of inertia. So I have concluded that the lab was successful. Is it still necessary to discuss potential errors in our procedure and analysis even though any error clearly did not affect results substantially enough to become evident?
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