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CHEM 1&amp;2 Lab Manual &amp; worksheets pg 92

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Experiment 6: Probability General Chemistry I and II Lab Manual Dakota State University Page 92 of 232 signs of the distances as well (“+” if each throw was too far, “-” if each throw was not far enough). Buns of Mossy Zinc: Using a balance, obtain the mass of one piece of mossy zinc. Remove the zinc, tare the balance, and obtain the mass of two pieces of mossy zinc. Continue in this fashion, increasing the pieces of mossy zinc by one at each iteration, until you reach 100 pieces of mossy zinc. Record the mass at each iteration. Calculations: The purpose of these calculations is to give you experience with them. Use Excel, calculating the values below using formulas that you build in the appropriate cells. If there is a built-in Excel function, calculate the same thing using their built-in function in a different cell. Account for any discrepancy between these two values. Repeat the calculations on your calculator as practice for using your calculator; be sure the values all agree.
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