**The top image depicts the vernier caliper with its jaws tightly closed while the bottom image depicts the vernier caliper with its jaws closed on an object. Find the zero error and the correct reading of the vernier calipers below.**

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Correct Reading:

$$0.06 \text{cm}-(-0.03 \text{cm}) = 0.09 \text{cm}$$

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Correct Reading:

$$1.06 \text{cm}-(+0.03 \text{cm}) = 1.03 \text{cm}$$

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Correct Reading:

$$6.43 \text{cm}-(-0.06 \text{cm}) = 6.49 \text{cm}$$

### More Vernier Caliper Practice:

how is the second error +0.03 is it not +0.04?

does anyone know how the zero error affects the depth rod of the Vernier caliper ? if it does then how ,if doesn’t then why?

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how this error became 0.03

Dear Hamna…for negative zero error formula will be (10-coinciding div)*LC

So we have -(10-7)*0.01=-0.03 zero error????

we dont count the line coinciding with the main scale I think ๐

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Thanks! I understand how to read off a vernier caliper already ๐

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