my estimates that the water she is preparing for experiment is at 100 degrees celsius, but the actual temperature is 94.3 degrees celsius. W

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my estimates that the water she is preparing for experiment is at 100 degrees celsius, but the actual temperature is 94.3 degrees celsius. What is her percent error

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Ladonna 1 week 2021-07-22T08:30:07+00:00 1 Answers 5 views 0

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    2021-07-22T08:31:51+00:00

    Answer:

    Percent error is 5.7%

    Explanation:

    What is percent error?

    The percent error can be defined as the shift or diversion of the expected value from the actual value

    let us use the following notations for our calculations

    E=percent error

    vA=actual value observed

    vE=expected value

    %E= \frac{VA-VE}{VE}*100\\\\%E= \frac{94.3-100}{100}*100\\\\%E= \frac{5.7}{100}*100%\\\\%E= 5.7%[tex]E= \frac{VA-VE}{VE}*100\\\\E= \frac{94.3-100}{100}*100\\\\E= \frac{5.7}{100}*100%\\\\E= 5.7%[/tex]

    Therefore the percent error is 5.7%

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