# Science/Math

7.
A student measures the mass of a paper clip. The student’s data table is shown below. The accepted value for the paper clip’s mass is 1.14 g.
Trial # Mass
1 2.45 g
2 2.40 g
3 2.42 g

Which of the following best describes the student’s measurements?
(1 point)
• The student’s measurements were accurate, but not precise.
• The student’s measurements were precise, but not accurate.***
• The student’s measurements were neither accurate nor precise.
• The student’s measurements were both accurate and precise.
8.
Which component of the technological system is achieved when an automobile airbag inflates?
(1 point)
• input
• feedback
• process
• output***

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1. Help.. PLZ!

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2. 8 is correct

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3. Both are correct

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