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AH Chem investigation: do I have to work out the % errors of non-concordant titres? Watch

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    i.e. The rough, 2nd, 3rd, etc. My concordant results are my 4th, 5th and 6th titres which are the ones I used.

    EDIT: Sorry... another question. If the starting value was 14.2 cm3, end 4.4 cm3 and titre 9.8 cm3 which one(s) do I do the % error on? I'm a bit confused... would I find the value for 14.2 (lets call it x) and the value for 4.4 (y) and do x minus y to get the error?
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    (Original post by eventidexc)
    i.e. The rough, 2nd, 3rd, etc. My concordant results are my 4th, 5th and 6th titres which are the ones I used.

    EDIT: Sorry... another question. If the starting value was 14.2 cm3, end 4.4 cm3 and titre 9.8 cm3 which one(s) do I do the % error on? I'm a bit confused... would I find the value for 14.2 (lets call it x) and the value for 4.4 (y) and do x minus y to get the error?
    No, you don't use the rough values in your calculations ...
 
 
 
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