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The temperature reading of –14°C corresponds to a Kelvin reading of: A. 297.6 K B. –287 K. C. 287 K. D. 259 K.
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The temperature reading of –14°C corresponds to a Kelvin reading of: 259 K
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A student estimated a mass to be 250 g but, upon carefully measuring it, found the value to be 240 g. What is the percent error of the estimated mass if the measured value is the accepted one? A. 4.0% B. -4.2% C. -4.0% D. 4.2%
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The percent error of the estimated mass if the measured value is the accepted one is D.4.2%
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