Uncertainty & error answers

Answers to Uncertainty & error questions 2. (a) Placing the magnesium directly on the balance will always give a reading that is 1.00 g too high. Repeating this measurement carefully several times will give precise results but they will always be 1.00 g too high.(b) Weigh an empty container and record the mass then reweigh the container with the magnesium inside it. Both readings will be 1.00 g too high but the difference...


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