True length = 200 m. tape length= 20 m measured length= 200.80 m Error = 200.80 - 200 = .80 m because tape will be used 10 times for measuring actual length thatswhy .80 will be divided in 10 parts which will be .08 so tape length would be 20 - .08 =19.92 m.
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