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Can anyone tell me what you think the best method is to calculate the % error between two curves?

My thoughts were to take $$100\frac{ \sqrt{\int_a^b (f-g)^2 \, dx}}{\int_s f \, ds}$$

where the integral in the denominator is a line integral. What are your thoughts? Thanks for looking!

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# % Error for 2 curves

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