Practice On Finding The Zero Error Of A Vernier Caliper

Assuming that the jaws of the vernier calipers are tightly closed, find the zero error of the vernier calipers below.

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zero error 1
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$$-0.06 \text{cm}$$
zero error 2
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$$+0.06 \text{cm}$$
zero error 3
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$$-0.04 \text{cm}$$
zero error 4
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$$+0.03 \text{cm}$$
zero error 5
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$$-0.03 \text{cm}$$
zero error 6
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$$+0.10 \text{cm}$$

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