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Module 4 lesson 8
Module 4 lesson 8
Module 4 lesson 8
Module 4 lesson 8
Module 4 lesson 8
Module 4 lesson 8
Module 4 lesson 8
Module 4 lesson 8
Module 4 lesson 8
Module 4 lesson 8
Module 4 lesson 8
Module 4 lesson 8
Module 4 lesson 8
Module 4 lesson 8
Module 4 lesson 8
Module 4 lesson 8
Module 4 lesson 8
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  • 1. Module 4 Lesson 8.notebook 1 March 17, 2014 Module 4 Lesson 8 AIM: Percent Error Problems Homework: 1.) Problem Set 8 #1, 3, 8-11 2.) Percent Quiz  Thursday Do Now Exit Ticket Lesson 7
  • 2. Module 4 Lesson 8.notebook 2 March 17, 2014
  • 3. Module 4 Lesson 8.notebook 3 March 17, 2014
  • 4. Module 4 Lesson 8.notebook 4 March 17, 2014 Homework Answers
  • 5. Module 4 Lesson 8.notebook 5 March 17, 2014 Homework Answers
  • 6. Module 4 Lesson 8.notebook 6 March 17, 2014 Homework Answers
  • 7. Module 4 Lesson 8.notebook 7 March 17, 2014 Homework Answers
  • 8. Module 4 Lesson 8.notebook 8 March 17, 2014 Example 1: Three students are measuring a 15 inch computer monitor. Their measurements are recorded below.
  • 9. Module 4 Lesson 8.notebook 9 March 17, 2014
  • 10. Module 4 Lesson 8.notebook 10 March 17, 2014
  • 11. Module 4 Lesson 8.notebook 11 March 17, 2014
  • 12. Module 4 Lesson 8.notebook 12 March 17, 2014 In a bubble gum experiment Mary and Joe found that there was 1.7 grams of sugar in a piece of bubble gum. In actuality there should be 3 grams of sugar. What was the percent error in their experiment?
  • 13. Module 4 Lesson 8.notebook 13 March 17, 2014 Example 2 Page S.46
  • 14. Module 4 Lesson 8.notebook 14 March 17, 2014 Problem Set #5
  • 15. Module 4 Lesson 8.notebook 15 March 17, 2014 Problem Set #5
  • 16. Module 4 Lesson 8.notebook 16 March 17, 2014 Closing: 1.) Explain the difference between absolute error and percent error. 2.) Can either absolute error or percent error be negative? Why or why not? 3.) What is the benefit of calculating or using percent error?
  • 17. Module 4 Lesson 8.notebook 17 March 17, 2014

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