anonymous
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how are the error and percent error of a measurement calculated?
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anonymous
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please help me this is my last question
anonymous
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Is this for chem?
anonymous
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yeah

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true amount-obtained amount/true amount
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You calculate the difference between the theorical result and practical result. FOr the percentage divide with the total value.
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multiplied by 100
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alright thanx

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