Solving for the actual, true or accepted value in the percent error equation. Note, this has **two** solution due to the absolute value in the percent error equation. However if percent error is equal to 100 percent or -100 percent, then there is only **one** calculated solution and one solution of infinity. The infinity comes from the division by zero.

Percent error equation:

measured value

= 0

= 0

percent error

= 0

= 0

percent

actual, accepted or true value

= NOT CALCULATED

actual, accepted or true value

= NOT CALCULATED

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