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Hiya all,

Does anyone know how to approach uncertainties? I'm trying to work out absolute uncertainty for my results (measured in mass loss, g) but I don't have a percentage uncertainty. I'm also confused as to how I incorporate the uncertainties of my apparatus into the equation. I've tried asking my teacher and friends about it but I still can't wrap my head around it :confused:

multas gratias xxx
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