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Q: How do you find percent error for chemistry?
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What kind of math do you use in chemistry?

ratios and proportions units, dimensions, and conversions logarithms arithmetic mean, error, percent error, and percent deviation just to name a few


What is the difference between the low percent error and the high percent error?

If it's high that means it's very off and away from the actual value. If you find a low percent error it is very close or close to the true value.


The percent of an accepted value an error represents?

Percent Error


What is percentage error in a chemistry experiment?

the percentage of error in a chemistry experiment is over 60% because of the complexity of the chemistry it self and the steps can be easily mistaken and there for heading for failure.


When an error of 1 percent is made in the length of a square error is?

The error in its area is then 2 percent....


Find the greatest possible error and the percent error for each measurement 3cm 6cm 36.85g?

.5cm/.5cm/.005g


What relative error?

percent error


What is relative error?

percent error


What is 2 percent error OF 5 percent error?

1/100


Describe how to find the percent error in a calculation?

Percent error is typically used to describe the difference between an expected value and an observed value (measured in an experiment). To calculate percent error, you must know the expected (or theoretical) value, determined from reference manuals and formulas. Percent error = [(actual measured value)/(expected value) - 1] x 100% Let's say that you do a chemistry experiment, where you expect to use 30 mL of a hydrochloric acid solution to neutralize a prepared solution of sodium hydroxide. When you perform the experiment, you actually use 30.2 mL of hydrochloric acid solution. Percent error = [(30.2 mL) / (30 mL) - 1] x 100% = 0.667 % error


Is percent deviation the same as percent error?

No.


Are percent deviation and percent error the same?

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