We had to measure the resistance of $R_x$, we balanced the Wheatstone bridge and did calculations. My question is: we didn't include galvanometer error into calculations. Why is that? I read that it's very precise, but that doesn't seem like a good enough explanation in exact sciences :/
Edit: The precision is not the case as I was told, I need to go into more detail. When I measured, I set a value on the potentiometer, then I adjusted the adjustable resistor, so that the galvanometer would show zero. Is the error somehow compensated?
ɛ - electromotive force. K - switch. R - adjustable resistor. C - potentiometer.