Posted by **Katelyn** on Monday, May 7, 2007 at 9:37am.

The given actual molarity of sulfuric acid was .08M. How do I calculate the absolute error and percentage error?

Your question isn't complete? Did you experimentally measure the molarity? Or was it somthing else? If you measure the value experimentally, here is the percent error of the measurement.

experimental value is what you measured.

[(exp value - acutal value)/actual value]*100

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