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Why should the % error for volume measured by burette be twice my answer? Watch

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    Because every time you use a burette you take a start reading and an end reading.


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    Because the range of errors is 0.1cm3 so you would use the equation 0.1/5 * 100 which equals 2%, twice your answer
 
 
 
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