Significant figures

Students may lose marks in their Individual Scientific Investigation (and in their written exams and Extended Essays) through the incorrect use of significant figures. Sometimes it is simply due to carelessness. A classic case is giving an answer from an experiment involving a titration to three significant figures when the burette readings have correctly been given to four significant figures (such as 25.35 cm-3) but...


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