Subject: How to weigh a fish without the interference of percentage error of water?
Date: Thu Apr 6 06:59:37 2000
Posted by Jacquelin
Grade level: 10-12
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Area of science: Zoology
I am currently working on a project which invloves weighing baby guppies.
However, if we weigh the tank of fish and reduce the weight of the tank
later, the percentage error of the water will be too high as the baby fish
are less than 0.1 g each, making my result unreliable. What can I do then?
Pls include your name so that I can acknowledge you later. Thanks.
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