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They're interchangeable terms, but i think Lavelle said something about uncertainty being used too often, and that indeterminacy is used because it is less used, if that makes any sense. However, im sure it doesnt make a difference what you use in terms of vocabulary or tests/quizzes.
I think that the two words are interchangeable, however; Lavelle prefers not to use uncertainty because it is often synonymous with "unpredictability and unreliability". Where as indeterminacy can be taken as simply "not precisely determined or fixed" which makes more sense for that equation and what we are doing.
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