Andrew estimated the weight of his dog to be 60 lb. The dog’s actual weight was 68 lb.
What was the percent error in Andrew’s estimate? Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent.
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is it 11.76?
i think 12 or 11.7
11.76 is correct :)
If we were to round it, it would become 11.8 :)
so 11.8 is my answerr
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i get 680
LOL... um. I think what you need to do is first find the difference (error) between your estimated weight and the actual weight.
So 60 - 68 = -8
Ignore the negative... so our error is 8.
Then to find the percentage error we do :
error/ actual value = 8 / 68 = 2/17
Then change it into a percentage by multiplying by 100.
2/17 * 100 = 11.76
Then round it to the nearest tenth ( 1 decimal point)
11.76 = 11. 8 (1dp)