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what is the least count of a stopwatch?

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depends on the company...and the sport in which it is used..
i'm talking in general
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i need this for my physics project...so if anyone can help me out it'll be really nice
0.1 sec.
thats what my info tells me
ok thanks
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do you know the least count of a thermometer?
which one ?
clinical i guess
1 degree celcius
and do u know the least count of a protractor?
1 degree
i got an answer somewhere else as 5 min...so i'm all confused
then do u know the least count of an odometer?
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can u tell me the least count of a hydrometer?
o.oo1 i suppose
whats the unit?

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