Error & uncertainty

IB Chemistry: Error & uncertainty

As part of the assessment for the Individual Scientific Investigation you do need to take errors and uncertainties into account. You should know (or be able to estimate) the uncertainty associated with each piece of apparatus you use and have an awareness of which might significantly affect the result of your experiment (or validity of your data if it is secondary data). You should also have an awareness of uncertainties...


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