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... 123 Accuracy – A measure of the closeness of an individual measurement or the average of a number of measurements to the true value. Accuracy includes a combination of random error (precision)
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... 124 Interpreting the Results of Airport Water Monitoring Metadata – Information that describes the contents and context of the data. Monitoring – Process of quantifying physical and chemical characteristics of water.
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... Glossary 125 Quantitation limit – The level at which a laboratory can reliably report concentrations with a specified level of error. Random error – Unknown or unpredictable changes in the measuring instrument or the environmental conditions or variables that may affect measured quantities.

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