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Name Date Class 1 of 13 CHEMFILE MINI-GUIDE TO PROBLEM SOLVING CHAPTER 2 Significant Figures A lever balance used to weigh a truckload of stone may be accurate to the nearest 100 kg, giving a reading of 15 200 kg, for instance.
Precision, Accuracy, and Significant Figures No measurement of a physical quantity is absolutely certain . In other words, all measurements include a degree of uncertainty .