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A calibration curve for the determination of cholesterol by UV-vis spectrophotometry was prepared by using a standard solution. The serial dilutions spanned from 50.0 ppm to 0.005 ppm in increments of 10 units (e.g., 0.005, 10.005, 20.005, 30.005, 40.005, and 50.005 ppm). The resulting equation from linear regression analysis was mAU = 60.32(ppm) + 0.37 with a peak-to-peak noise of 0.157 mAU and r = 0.9997. Determine all possible Analytical Figures of Merit from these data, including: precision, accuracy, analytical sensitivity, limit of detection, limit of quantification, and dynamic range.

A calibration curve for the determination of cholesterol by UV-vis spectrophotometry was prepared by using a standard solution. The serial dilutions spanned from 50.0 ppm to 0.005 ppm in increments of 10 units (e.g., 0.005, 10.005, 20.005, 30.005, 40.005, and 50.005 ppm). The resulting equation from linear regression analysis was mAU = 60.32(ppm) + 0.37 with a peak-to-peak noise of 0.157 mAU and r = 0.9997. Determine all possible Analytical Figures of Merit from these data, including: precision, accuracy, analytical sensitivity, limit of detection, limit of quantification, and dynamic range.