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3) They are accidental errors. (4) They are caused by faulty apparatus. (5) They can be minimized by taking the arithmetical average of several observations. Ans. 2. Which one of the following statements is true when speaking of systematic errors? (1) These errors are never the same. (2) They are caused by incorrect method, defective apparatus, or incomplete theory. (3) They can be reduced by taking and averaging a large number of observations. (4) They are called accidental errors. (5) They can be eliminated by the use of a single mathematical formula.

28. 6 x 10-19)~ to two significant figures. 29. 3 x 1017 seconds. What is the order of magnitude of this estimation? Since the digit before the decimal period of the given quantity is less than 5 , the order of magnitude is 10” seconds. 30. 6 x 104 seconds. What is the order of magnitude of this measure? Since the digit before the decimal period is greater than 5 , the order of magnitude is 10 times the power of ten of the given number. Therefore, the order of magnitude is 105. 31. 5 x 10” m). How many orders of magnitude is a light year greater than an astronomical unit?

125 14; is read: fourteen and two fifths. 2. Three halves is written 2’ 5 Five sixths is written 6‘ 1 One thirty-second is written -. 366 4 Ninety-five and four eighty-thirds is written 95 -. 83 1 Since a fraction represents a quotient, - is not defined or has no meaning. The fraction line is 0 3 frequently represented by /. Thus 3/4 = - = 3 t 4. 4 BASIC PRINCIPLE A fundamental principle used in work with fractions is: If both the numerator and denominator of a fraction are multiplied or divided by the same nonzero number, the value of the fraction is unchanged.