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high percent error is the absolute value of something that is multiplied

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Is a high percent error good?

no


A high percent error refers to?

A high percent error indicates that a certain value is very far from the accepted value. Percent error is the comparison of an estimated value to an exact one.


What is the difference between the low percent error and the high percent error?

If it's high that means it's very off and away from the actual value. If you find a low percent error it is very close or close to the true value.


What is percent error if you use a value of 3.14 for 3.14?

If you mean percent error of 3.14 versus pi, which is 3.14159..., the error is only 0.05%


Can percent error be negative?

Sometimes you will take the absolute value of the percent error because your estimated number could be less than the theoretical, meaning the calculation is negative. But an absolute value is always positive. A percent error can be left as a negative though, and this would be perfectly acceptable (or even preferred) depending on what you're doing.Answer:In the sciences, a negative percent error indicates a low result. If you have a 0% error, then your observed (lab) result was exactly the same as the theoretical result. A 5% error could mean that your observed result was a little high. A negative percent error is possible; if your observed results were lower than the expected, then you would have a negative percent error. A -5% error could mean that your results were a little low. Having a negative percent error isn't worse than positive percent error -- it could mean the same thing. If you were to have a choice in having a 20% error and a -5% error, the negative percent error is more accurate.


A high percent error means that your result was not very?

The answer is Accurate


A high percent error means that your results was not very?

accurate


What does it mean if the percent yield is over 100?

It is an error (in science).


What is mean absolute percentage error?

The mean absolute percent prediction error (MAPE), .The summation ignores observations where yt = 0.


The percent of an accepted value an error represents?

Percent Error


When an error of 1 percent is made in the length of a square error is?

The error in its area is then 2 percent....


What is 2 percent error OF 5 percent error?

1/100

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