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Stochiometry- Sig. Figs. When I get the final answer how do I know how many sig. figs...
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since stoichiometry primarily has a multiplication and dividion steps, we follow the proper labeling of significant figures for them..
we choose the smallest significant figures in the problem.
but when doing stoichiometric procedures, always make it a point not to round values duat each steps. usually what i can suggest is maintain a 4 decimal figures until the final answers. until then we can round up our answers to proper significant figures.
attached are more detailed steps
hope this helps
Posted by jerichorayel on June 26, 2012 at 9:45 AM (Answer #1)
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