# CHEMISTRY

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FOR MOST LABS THAT WE PERFORM , THE MEASURED WALUES ARE ALWAYS COMPARED TO THE ACCEPTED VALUES USUALLY IN THE FORM OF PERCANT ERROR . WHY IS THIS DONE?

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To provide some indication to you (and others) of how proficient you are at
a. following directions
b. manual dexterity
c. drawing conclusions
d. using lab procedures for measurements.

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