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# The percentage error in a measurement of $6\ mm$ is $0.1$ %, the error is (in $mm$) :

$0.006$

##### SOLUTION

Since the error is $0.1$%
So, it's value is $\dfrac{0.1}{100}\times 6=6\times {10}^{-3}=0.006\ mm$

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