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From sanjeewa: state the answer is: 0. +/ (absolute error)
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Sun, 14 Oct 2007 21:51:12 +0000
state the answer is: 0. +/ (absolute error)
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From brandlet: There is no percent error if the answer is zer...
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Sun, 14 Oct 2007 20:12:18 +0000
There is no percent error if the answer is zero. the only way to state the answer is: 0. +/ (absolute error)

From marsee: First, you're taking the adaptation of you...
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Thu, 29 Dec 2016 15:31:21 +0000
First, you're taking the adaptation of your fee and the fairly fee, 396.3330 = sixty six.3 then you take that distinction and divide it by ability of the fairly fee : sixty six.3/330 = .20 so the % errors is 20% desire this helps :D

From Anush Soorada: You may add a number to both the values ie the...
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You may add a number to both the values ie theoretical and observed value...for an example if your theoretical value is 0 and observed value is 2...By adding 1 for example on both sides and by applying it on formula (theoretical valueObserved value)/Theoretical Value X 100::::[(0+1)(2+1)]/(0+1) x 100=200%....This adjustment can be called as Zero level adjustment.

From vcs7578: Just a thought. Use the value epsilon(a small ...
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Sun, 14 Oct 2007 20:24:24 +0000
Just a thought. Use the value epsilon(a small number) as theoretical value, do your calculations based on this. I assume you are working with extremely small numbers (<0.001)