Did a density lab, is it bad that I have an 11.1% error?

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Did a density lab, is it bad that I have an 11.1% error?

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how did you measure density

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With a ruler and triple beam balance
how many measurements did you take and to what uncertainty
3 trials to the hundereths
oh, +-.1 for volume, +/-.01 for mass
what was the substance that you were measurement what at were you comparing it to?
if your volume was of unit order, i.e, ~1 then your error comes almost entirely from your volume error
oh, so I just messed up on the volume some how and did good on the mass?
well if you cannot measure your volume within 10% error, then an 11.1% eroor in your final measurement is fine
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Gotcha, thanks so much
(there might be a simple way to reduce your error in volume measurement ; if you are measuring a unit cube, you could measure the length of 3 and then divide by three

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