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I don't have pins plugged into the analog pins of my Arduino but there still receiving values. I need to remove this interference because I have a gyro hooked up to them and I can't get a accurate signal intill i remove this "interference". BTW I know this was a stupid question and this might not be the right place to post this
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Read the section that says "Note":
http://arduino.cc/en/Reference/analogRead
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A good habit is to connect those "open" analog pins to ground.

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OH WOOOOOOOPS, my gyro was loose and wasn't sending anything, I had to solder a header pin to my gyro. SOZ guys
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