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posted by SANDRA .
WRITE THE GREATEST POSSIBLE ERROR FOR EACH MEASUREMENT.
43mL
I don't understand the question
It depends on the graduations. I assume on this beaker you have 40ml, 50 ml marks. So the 3 is an estimated digit. A safe assumption is +.5ml error.
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