# Relative Error

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## You'll practice calculating the relative error of measurement numbers.

Created Date 06.15.15
Last Updated 06.15.15
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• Calculate the relative error of the measurement 22 kilograms. Give the result with the same accuracy as that of the measurement.
• Calculate the relative error of the measurement 120 ounces. Give the result with the same accuracy as that of the measurement.
• Calculate the relative error of the measurement 44.4 feet. Give the result with the same accuracy as that of the measurement.
• Calculate the relative error of the following measurement. Give the result with the same accuracy as that of the measurement.
• Calculate the relative error of the measurement 5300 milliliters. Give the result with the same accuracy as that of the measurement.
• Calculate the relative error of the measurement 2.0 inches. Give the result with the same accuracy as that of the measurement.
• Calculate the relative error of the measurement 27.52 centimeters. Give the result with the same accuracy as that of the measurement.
• Calculate the relative error of the measurement 33.670 miles. Give the result with the same accuracy as that of the measurement.
• Calculate the relative error of the measurement 90,000 meters. Give the result with the same accuracy as that of the measurement.
• Calculate the relative error of the measurement 500.00 feet. Give the result with the same accuracy as that of the measurement.
• Calculate the relative error of the measurement 1.0000 inch. Give the result with the same accuracy as that of the measurement.
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