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A student estimated the mass of a wood block to be 200 g. When he placed the block on a balance, he measured the mass of the block to be 208 g. Considering the measurement from the balance to be the accepted value, calculate the percent of error of the estimated mass.

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    here use the formula percentage error=\[(accepted mass - estimated mass)\div acceptedmass \times100\] can u do it from here on?

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    Yes,thank you! :)

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    no problems:)

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