Ellie N.

asked • 02/06/18

A chemist estimated the volume of a solution in a test tube to be 30 . The actual volume of the solution was 28.1

A chemist estimated the volume of a solution in a test tube to be 30ml . The actual volume of the solution was 28.1ml . Find the absolute error and the percent error of the chemist's estimate. round your answers to the nearest tenth.

Alana T.

THE CORRECT IS 30 - 27.2 = 2.8 ML AND PERCENT IS 10.3
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10/09/20

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Arturo O. answered • 02/06/18

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Alana T.

WRONG THE CORRECT IS 30 - 27.2 = 2.8 ML AND PERCENT IS 10.3 DO BETTER!!
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10/09/20

Arturo O.

No, you incorrectly used 27.2 in your comment instead of the given value of 28.1. YOU need to read the question more careffully.
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10/09/20

Madeline B.

on mine the answers are absolute error: 2.3 ml percentage error: 4.4%
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11/16/20

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