Students will learn:
Identify a single-point external calibration
Determine the amount of unknown in a sample for a single-point external calibration
Use propagation of error to determine the relative error in a measurement.

Students explore calculations of concentration related to dilutions and the propagation of error when performing dilutions.

Students will learn to:
Differentiate between accuracy and precision.
Describe two main types of error in chemical analysis.
Express experimental error as either absolute or relative uncertainty.
Use the real rule of significant figures when expressing values that have an associated uncertainty.

Students will learn to:
Determine an unknown quantity using titration data.
Propagate uncertainty for common mathematical operations including:
Addition/subtractions
Multiplication/division
Perform the appropriate propagation of uncertainty in the context of volumetric chemical analysis.
Use error analysis to determine the least accurate part of an analytical procedure.

Students will learn to:
Apply addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division rules to propagate uncertainty.
solution in lab with optimal accuracy.