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## Mean percentage error

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In statistics, the mean percentage error (MPE) is the computed average of percentage errors by which forecasts of a model differ from actual values of the ...

## Percentage Error - Math is Fun

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Percentage Error is all about comparing a guess or estimate to an exact value. See percentage change, difference and error for other options.

## Simple Statistics - Shodor

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Arithmetic Mean, Error, Percent Error, and Percent Deviation ... Percent error -- take the absolute value of the error divided by the theoretical value, then multiply  ...

## How to Calculate Percentage Error: 5 Steps (with Pictures)

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How to Calculate Percentage Error. Calculating percentage error allows you to compare an estimate to an exact value. The percentage error gives you the ...

## Percent Error Equations Formulas Calculator - AJ Design Software

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Percent error calculator solving for percent error given measured and actual, accepted or true values.

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## Percentage Error -- from Wolfram MathWorld

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Percentage Error. The percentage error is 100% times the relative error. SEE ALSO: Absolute Error, Error Propagation, Percent, Relative Error. REFERENCES: .

## PERCENT ERROR

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You MUST use the percent error formula below when performing percent error calculations for your lab reports. This version of the formula indicates whether ...

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### Percent Error Formula | Imaging the Universe

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The experimental value is your calculated value, and the theoretical value is your known value. A percentage very close to zero means you are very close to ...