Introduction for lab report

        Note:
                coxa [Latin] = hip (os coxae = bone of the hip)
                poples [Latin] = ham (popliteal pertains to the knee)
                pecten [Latin] = comb (pectineus m. = sharp-edged)
                piram & forma [Latin] = pear & shape (piriformis m. -- misnamed)
                sartorius [Latin] = of a tailor (sartorius m.; sartorial refers to garments)

                Tailors use what muscle to cross their knees when they sew?

Standards Organisations specify Delta E tolerances. Printing Industry Customers may specify that their contract proofs must have tolerances within ΔE for example. Different tolerances may be specified for greys and primary colours. A value of less than 2 is common for greys, and less than 5 for the primary CMYK and overprints. This is somewhat contentious however. Proofing RIPs sometimes have verification software to check a proof against  a standard scale, such as a  Ugra/Fogra Media Wedge , using a spectrophotometer. Various software applications are available to check colour swatches and spot colours, proofs, and printed sheets.

Introduction for lab report

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