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Hello guys, I already understand the concept of error in measurements. However, for example i want to calculate the maximum error in my titre reading, then usually I will multiply the error of burette by 2 (because 2 readings).

But, what if i measure the titre from 0? Do i still need to multiply it? Thankyou, asap reply please


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Hello guys, I already understand the concept of error in measurements. However, for example i want to calculate the maximum error in my titre reading, then usually I will multiply the error of burette by 2 (because 2 readings).

But, what if i measure the titre from 0? Do i still need to multiply it? Thankyou, asap reply please


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Yes, because the first reading is 0.00 ml ± 0.05
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