Posted by **L** on Thursday, December 2, 2010 at 12:18am.

Okay I'm doing a lab report, and I need to find the average of two trials. Can someone show me step-by-step how do find the uncertainty for this average:

(4.32g+4.17g)/2

=4.25

The values I used and their uncertainties:

4.32g +/- 0.02

4.17g +/- 0.02

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- Chemistry - Okay I'm doing a lab report, and I need to find the average of two ...
- Pre-Algebra [repost ] - I need help on these three questions BEFORE 10:00 PM. ...
- physics - If i have 3 different uncertainties how do i get the average ...
- Physics - Uncertainties - I have to do a lab with uncertainties, I have worked ...
- CHEM HELP PLEASE - I did a lab where I had to determine avogadro's number. I ...
- Math - What's the step-by-step proccess to find the average? It's been years ...
- physics for Science - 2) You take the following measurements for the distance a ...
- Chemistry Labwork - The uncertainty in each measured value of K is about + 10%. ...
- Physics - Can someone please show me step by step how to normalize e^-5x in the ...
- math,help - Can someone show me how step by step how to solve this problem... ...

More Related Questions