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What are advantages and limitations of different types of modelling? (modelling with experiments, computer simulations, modelling kits and quantitative modelling)

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In chemistry there are many ways to check the deviation of experimental data from the accurate value. These different methods provide difference between accuracy and precisions of the experimental data which can be further used to calculate the error percentage in the experiment.

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Simulation can be defined as a technique which is used for study of real-world dynamical systems with the help of their behavior. It uses the mathematical model of the system which must be implemented on a digital computer.

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It is basically a numerical technique which solves complicated probability models, partial differential equation as well as ordinar...

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