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The given relationship between the measured quantities as defined in the classifications [1, 2], or in the measurement equation  should be interpreted as a statistical relationship (with a determinate relationship constituting a particular case), because it is necessary to bear in mind the completeness of measurement classifications.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Statistical Relationship Indirect Measurement Measured Quantity
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