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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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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.
 one year ago
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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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