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I have to calculate the percent error for my experiment and I just wanted to make sure that I am doing it correctly.

My value was 1.376 and the accepted value was 1.371 so I did

[1.376 - 1.371] / 1.371 = 0.0036 X 100 = 0.36%

Did I do this correctly?

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