Response should be in a Word document, with details of the problem statement, the worked out calculation of the patient’s body temperature in Fahrenheit, and his daily dose of amoxicillin in mg. per single dose.
Theory: well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world, not proven
Law: general principle or rule that has been proven
Hypothesis: an educated guess intended to explain certain facts or observations
Controlled conditions: circumstances in which factors whose effects are being evaluated are held constant to allow for comparison
1: 2 in 3 cm
2: 2 in 3.25 cm
3: 2 in 3 cm
The uncertainty relates the the accuracy of the ruler, the positioning of the egg, the vision of the measurer
Follow up question: Please answer this question from my professor:
Original question, which you answered: Every measurement has a measurement uncertainty. Discuss how precise and accurate measurement can be achieved in spite of the inherent measurement uncertainty. You could use either of these two options: Take an egg and a measure the weight of the egg three times. Record the three measurements, and discuss the uncertainty in your measurements. Remember to report the smallest markings or "resolution" on your scale.
The uncertainty relates the the accuracy of the ruler, the positioning of the egg, the vision of the measurer.
She asked this:
Can you please comment on the average and standard deviation of your measurements? Also, What would happen to the measurement uncertainty if more than one person measured your egg?
Thanks! I appreciate your help :-)