The measurements are inaccuarate.
There is no more accurate descriptions of matter than measurements. To get the description right make your measurements precise.
It depends on what flask and what the quality of it is. If there is a hole in the flask, then obviously, no measurements. Most of the time, flasks do NOT give the most accurate measurements. Although, they do give more accurate measurements than a human eyeball and flasks do have their strengths compared to other tools as well.
the equipment used to make accurate measurements of is a watch
Yes. In fact, almost all measurements are approximations. Even the most accurate of scientific devices have a degree of uncertainty to them.
The measurement that is accurate is one that is precise. These are also commonly titled accurate measurements in the books.
The difference in measurements was approx. 0,6 %.
To obtain accurate measurements.
for them to be accurate
Accurate measurements help allow for accurate results in cooking. A perfect example is in baking.
Very, the more accurate the the measurements the more accurate the results, thus furthering more accurate tests down the road based on said results. The more tests you do on bad results the further off the results get with every test you do. Changing the independent of the test with bad measurements would void a result.
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