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Percent Error

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Percent Error

In an experiment, the percent error measures how many percent wrong the approximated guess was.

Percent error

For example, when fishing crayfish the expected amount to get was crayfishes and the actual value was The formula above can then be used to calculate how wrong the guess was. The percent error is then