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    Hey guys, how is it possible to get 90% in both A2 modules of ocr chem a ? any tips and hints from those who did get very good marks in chem will be appreciated! thanks
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    i know this is a totally random thread, but i cant find one on % error, i have a question where measurements are take;
    Mass of crucible/g 14.12g
    Mass of crucible+ Ca(NO2)2 .XH20 15.00
    Mass of crucible+ CaO residue/g 14.41

    error of each measurement is +/- 0.01

    i know the general formula; error/ reading X 100
    but which reading do i take and do i then X3 or X2 as he's taken more than one reading?
    Im so confused and i have an exam on it today, any help is greatly apprciated <3
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    (Original post by zcarter1)
    i know this is a totally random thread, but i cant find one on % error, i have a question where measurements are take;
    Mass of crucible/g 14.12g
    Mass of crucible+ Ca(NO2)2 .XH20 15.00
    Mass of crucible+ CaO residue/g 14.41

    error of each measurement is +/- 0.01

    i know the general formula; error/ reading X 100
    but which reading do i take and do i then X3 or X2 as he's taken more than one reading?
    Im so confused and i have an exam on it today, any help is greatly apprciated <3
    Scientists usually take average for two or three values which are consistently close (whatever that might be to you). that way, you reduce the random errors.
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    (Original post by Craming Revision)
    Hey guys, how is it possible to get 90% in both A2 modules of ocr chem a ? any tips and hints from those who did get very good marks in chem will be appreciated! thanks
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