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Grade: 11

                        

The mass of a body is measured as 10.1kg. The possible percentage error in the measurement is: A) +- 1% B) +- 0.1% C) +- 10% D) +- 0.01%

The mass of a body is measured as 10.1kg. The possible percentage error in the measurement is:
A) +- 1%
B) +- 0.1%
C) +- 10%
D) +- 0.01%

10 months ago

Answers : (2)

Arun
25768 Points
							
1st we need to find relative error as: if we take the actual mass of body to be 10kg ,then error is 10.1-10=0.1.then find percentage error by multiplying the relative error i,e 0.1 by 100 which is equal to 10%
10 months ago
Yashraj
908 Points
							
we need to get relative errors 
if the the mass is taken to be 10 or 10.2 then 
error is 10.1-10
%error is 0.1×100/10
so ans is 10%
 
10 months ago
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