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3. An object has a mass of 2.62114 g. The object is weighed accurately on the three types of balances described in this experiment. What mass should be recorded for the object in each case?

Centigram balance :
Electronic balance (intermediate sensitivity):
Electronic balance (high sensitivity):

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g. This means that even though the smallest division on the
front scale of the balance corresponds to 0.01 g, no estimating
is done between the divisions. This is the only exception you
will encounter in lab to the rules described in experiment 1
about using ruler-like scales. The result is that accurate
masses determined using a centigram balance will be recorded
only to the nearest 0.01 g
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d. All one-cent coins are not necessarily identical, so 5 coins
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might not weigh 5 times as much as a single coin
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