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# A iron rod was measured in length and the measurements were recorded as follows: (i) 2.26cm (ii)2.28cm (iii)2.26cm what is the error percentage?

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Average Length = (2.26+2.28+2.26) / 3 = 2.267

Max Error= 2.28 - 2.267 = 0.013

Max Error % = (0.013 / 2.267) x 100% = 0.59%

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