skoehler wrote:f is the value you compute. What you actually need are r, r1, r2, f1, f2. And yes, r is the value returned by readRawValue().
Where do I get the value of f1 and f2?
skoehler wrote:I told you already. You apply a known force f1 and read the raw value r1.
You apply a known force f2 and read the raw value r2.
You chose what f1 and f2 are.
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