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ShikhaDessai

  • 2 years ago

what is the difference between a measuring cylinder, mesuring jar,measuring cup and measuring jug?and what is the least count of a measuring jar?

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  1. irkiz
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    the precision

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    the least count would also be the degree of precision a measuring jar has. I can't tell you the answer since the standard size for a measuring jar is not the same among countries as in is not a standard instrument in the use of physics/chemistry experiments.

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Measuring_Jar.jpg the least count for this measuring jar would be 4 oz. note it is in oz and oz is not an SI unit for measuring

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    then which is the SI unit? any idea?

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    SI unit for measurement should be m/cm/nm etc anything in metres

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    for volume add a cube of course

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    ok thanks

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