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Sig Figs in Physics SAT II?

thealtthealt Registered User Posts: 120 Junior Member
There's usually a question or two on sig fig/margin of error calculations in Sparknotes or test from other sources. I didn't see a question of this variety in the College Board book Physics test, so I am looking for someone that may know whether significant figures/margin of error is tested on the actual exam.

If so, could you give me a brief overview of the topic or a source that may be able to do so? Thanks!
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