Recorded observations and measurements from an experiment are referred to as data. The data can either be quantitative or qualitative.
Relative humidity is recorded in percentages.
The observations and measurements recorded during an experiment are called data. It is important to keep accurate data in order to understand the results of the experiment.
Observations and measurements recorded during an experiment are called results. These results can help to make a conclusion or theory or become the object of further study.
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observations and measurements are recorded during an experiment.
It is recorded as neither. It is always recorded as litres per hamburger.
Any measurement on a ratio scale can be recorded as a percentage.
False. There are many disputed measurements as the highest recorded temperature, but they are in other parts of the world.
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Directly, neither. However, if you know the true value you can calculate the range.
Air humidity measurements are based on the water content of the air, expressed as volume percentage: Relative Humidity = percentage of saturation at a given temperature Absolute Humidity = percentage of water in the air, regardless of saturation or temperature. The humidity that is talked about in weather reports, is relative humidity.
The measurements can be said to be "near enough" (depending on how accurate the results must be).I would take the average of the four times the measurements were recorded.
A percentage is a pure number: it has no measurement units.
The fastest wind ever recorded in a tornado was 302 mph +/- 20. Note: actual wind measurements in tornadoes are rare. The majority of tornadoes have their winds estimated from damage.
I don't think they keep that recorded.