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This online calculator is currently under heavy development. It may or it may NOT work correctly.

You CAN try to use it. You CAN even get the proper results.

However, please VERIFY all results on your own, as the level of completion of this item is NOT CONFIRMED.

Feel free to send any ideas and comments !

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# Some facts

**Absolute error**is the absolute value of the difference between**measured value**(calculated, approximate etc.) and**reference value**(ideal, theoretical etc.):

$\Delta x = |x-x_0|$where:

**$\Delta x$**- absolute error,

**$x$**- measured, calculated or approximate value of variable $x$,

**$x_0$**- the reference value against which we calculate the error.

**Relative error**determines the size of the error made presented as**part of the reference value**:

$\delta x_{wzgl.} = \left|\frac{x-x_0}{x_0}\right|$where:

**$\delta x_{rel.}$**- error expressed as a part of the reference value,

**$x$**- measured, calculated or approximate value of variable $x$,

**$x_0$**- the reference value against which we calculate the error.

- When we determine the error, we are generally not trying to find out whether the value obtained is
**too large**or**too small**, but only how big the error is. This is the reason why error formula has the**absolute value**form. - In the case of values with units (e.g. length measured in meters), the absolute error has
**the same units**as the measured one. For example, an absolute error of length value is also the length. **Relative error**has**no units**, no metter what do we measure. Relative error is often presented as percent.

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