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Answer in proper significant figures.
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ive tried to answer this four times and missed it all 4 times
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missing something i guess
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yes i understand that
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i know when i multiply I take the smallest amount of sig fig
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and when i add or subtract i take the number of least certainty in common
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its when i do both im getting confused
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i assume i do the parenthesis first
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which comes out to 3389.67
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do i round that to two sig figs or subtract first?
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so the first answer is 3400
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then i take 302.17  3400
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3097.83 or 3098 in sig fig
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well its supposed to be 320.17
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so 3079.83 which would be 3080 in sig fig?
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which i tried that answer and it marked me wrong >.<
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Submitted Answers ANSWER 1: Deduction: 3% 320.17  (6101.4/1.8) = 3069.50 ANSWER 2: Deduction: 3% 320.17  (6101.4/1.8) = 3079.83 ANSWER 3: Deduction: 3% 320.17  (6101.4/1.8) = 3080 ANSWER 4: Deduction: 3% 320.17  (6101.4/1.8) = 3070
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ChrisV Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
yes but when you subtract dont you take the last significant decimal place to them both?
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could you show me how you would solve this so i may understand?
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i swear to you im not trying to get anyone to do my homework, but this is frustrating me and i have two more attempts >.<
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yes i understand that
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but here i divide first
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which gives me two sig figs
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33.89.67 = 3400 right?
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3389.67 oops
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then i take 320.17 and subtract 3400
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since 3400 has no decimal spots i round to the nearest 1 spot
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and that how i got 3080
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oh so the two sig figs i get when dividing applies still after i subtract?
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for some reason i thought when i rounded to 3400 i was done with the division part
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but 3400 is ambiguous huh
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still 2 figs
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would it be 3100 or 3100?
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you are my hero, thanks a lot!
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most certainly did
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now i have to do the other three parts of the question but at least I understand a little more
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well i understand mult/div and add/subt.... a little confused when they use both together
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my book sucks at explaining! and thanks for the pdf
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well its a custom made book for my college made by pearson
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Just says Chem 121 College of Southern Nevada
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first solve the bracket and then do subtraction and finnaly the rules of significant.
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