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A student rushed in order to complete this experiment quickly. In attempting to save time, the student made some procedural errors. Briefly describe the effect of each of the following errors on the calculated ratio of Mg to O (indicate whether the calculated ratio would be unaffected, too high, or too low). Thoroughly explain your reasoning.

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