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When determining the formula of magnesium oxide we had to weigh the crucible and lid and then weigh the crucible, lid and magnesium and then weigh the crucible, lid and product formed. When determining the mass of magnesium that reacted and doing all the mole calculation that follow, should I find averages for all of the measurements taken, since we did one repeat of the experiment. Thanks
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Yes you have to find the average to see if your results are concordant i.e. Your averages are near to each other
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The 317 model is one of the best trains going. I'm particulally fond of the large table, functioning toilets and trolley service.

The 317 model is one of the best trains going. I'm particulally fond of the large table, functioning toilets and trolley service.
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