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Unit 1 B.I.S.
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line graph vs. bar graph
Line graphs are used for individual categories of data dealing with time while bar graphs deal with numerical data.
An experiment in which only one variable is manipulated at a time.
Average in the calculation of the central value of a set of numbers.
calculation: Percent error
Percent error is the difference between a measured and known value, divided by the known value, multiplied by 100%.
Calculation: Percent difference
Percentage difference equals the absolute value of the change in value, divided by the average of the 2 numbers, all multiplied by 100
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