experiment because it is impossible for there to be more grams of aspirin in a tablet than the total weight of the tablet. This would be a very impressive amount of aspirin in the Kroger tablet if it weren’t impossible though.If we were to try to find the concentration of aspirin in each of our tablets by comparing them to a single standard solution data point instead of our standard calibration curve our results would have the potential of being much less accurate. This isbecause one data point of a standard solution could be an outlier and we would have no idea. However when many data points are used together to make a calibration curve outliers can be spotted easily. These outliers could then be removed the set of data to make the calibration curve more accurate. In general using a calibration curve will generate results numerically closer to the actual concentration, or whatever variable you are trying to find, than using a single standard data point.