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a student is asked to determine the concentration of a solution of NaOH. the student performs four analyses of the solution and obtain concentrations of 0.1106 M, 0.1058 M, 0.1122 M and 0.1022 M. determine the average deviation and the relative average deviation for the student's data. if the actual concentration of the solution is 0.1025 M, calculate the absolute error and the relative error in the students results.
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a student is asked to determine the concentration of a solution of NaOH. the student performs four analyses of the solution and obtain concentrations of 0.1106 M, 0.1058 M, 0.1122 M and 0.1022 M. determine the average deviation and the relative average deviation for the student's data. if the actual concentration of the solution is 0.1025 M, calculate the absolute error and the relative error in the students results.

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