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Unformatted text preview: 22%l:' Uncertainty A measurement always has some degree of? Means estimate the answer I‘D sometimes 1) non- zeros digits are Rules for counting sig. fig. 49 always significant 2) any zeros between 2 significant digits are significant 3) a final zero or trailing zero in the decimal patterns, Only are significant Round off When you perform a calculation and the number is greater than the number I19 of significant figures it should have, then you must blank the number Same as the smallest For multiplication division problems how do you determine the number of I19 number in the example significant figures that should be in the result? 60 with the number that has For addition or subtraction problems how do you determine the number of '19 the fewest or smallest figures that should be in the results? number 1 inch = 2.54 cm this is called Equivalence '19 a blank statement? G 2. I .1 Q Latest Classes Folders Profile Settings ...
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