How to read a burette

Read the buret (burette) volume and report your reading with the proper number of digits. mL Number 3.2 mL 10 15 46 20 25 30 47 35 40 48 Incorrect. 
Read the buret volume at the bottom of the meniscus. Report the buret reading to one digit beyond the markings on the buret. Remember that the volume starts at zero at the top of the buret - the opposite of what would be seen when reading a graduated cylinder. Since the markings are at every tenth of a milliliter, the volume level is between 46.8 mL and 46.9 mL. Mentally divide up the space between those markings and estimate one more digit Read the buret (burette) volume and report your reading with the proper number of digits. mL Number 3.2 mL 10 15 46 20 25 30 47 35 40 48 Incorrect. Read the buret volume at the bottom of the meniscus. Report the buret reading to one digit beyond the markings on the buret. Remember that the volume starts at zero at the top of the buret – the opposite of what would be seen when reading a graduated cylinder. Since the markings are at every tenth of a milliliter, the volume level is between 46.8 mL and 46.9 mL. Mentally divide up the space between those markings and estimate one more digit

We can see that the meniscus
is more closer to 46.8, So the value is in between 46.8 and
46.85.
So if we divide the part we can say the reading is almost 46.83
ml.
15 46 EyeLevel Thisis bottom meniscus 30 47 40 ncorrect

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