If the observed value for a density is 0.85 g/ml and the accepted value is 0.80 g/ml, what is the percent error? * 0.0625%

annyarias1036   ·   03.11.2020 18:20
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16.07.2019 17:50
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answered: mocjau
01.07.2019 21:00

each  column  of the  table  is called a group. elements in a group share similar properties. groups are  read  from  top  to  bottom. metal. metalloid. nonmetal. solid. liquid. gas. fe. hg. o.  2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.  2. beryllium. 9.012. 4.  sodium. 22.990.  11. 3.  magnesium. 24.305.  12.  potassium. 39.098.  19. 4.  calcium. 40.078.  20. i guess  i  

answered: hayleebeals50
25.06.2019 00:30

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Based on the information in the table, which elements are most likely in the same periods of the per
answered: dctjr
07.02.2022 05:15
The answer is 6.25%


The percentage error of a certain measurement can be found by using the formula

P(\%) =  \frac{error}{actual \:  \: number}  \times 100\% \\

actual density = 0.80 g/mL

error = 0.85 - 0.8 = 0.05

We have

p(\%) =  \frac{0.05}{0.80}  \times 100 \\

We have the final answer as

6.25 %

Hope this helps you

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