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# Find the absoluteand relative uncertainty, using stallsative uncertainty, using statistics of meanvariance and standard deviation- in a science fair competition 2 teams was given an experiment to findthe density of a certain object. the two tables below are their findingsthe true value of the density of the object is 5.0Ã—10Â² kg/mÂ²â€‹

4. C (A positive and a negative)
5. D (4)
6. B (-7)
7. A (0)

1.28

2.-28

3.+

4.No,the absolute value refers to the distance of a number either positive or negative

5.+10 or 10

6.No, because this one side is a positive and one side is negative

7. 3.25

8.0

9.Yes

10.-2

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1.b

2.a

3.c

4.a

5.d

6.b

7.a

8.a

9.d

10.a

11.c

12.a

13.b

14.c

15.a

Step-by-step explanation:

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4

Step-by-step explanation:

multiplication because the absolute value of 28 is 4

Absolute values are the distance of a number from 0.

Absolute values are always positive.

Example:

Absolute value of -5 is 5

Absolute value of 5 is 5

1+1

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Step-by-step explanation:

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The symbol for absolute value is two straight lines surrounding the number or expression for which you wish to indicate absolute value.

|6| = 6 means the absolute value of 6 is 6.

| 6| = 6 means the absolute value of. 6 is 6.

| 2 - x| means the absolute value of. ...

|x| means the negative of the absolute value of x

Step-by-step explanation:

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