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Okay, my statement was very bad, shouldn't have said anything, but here is my take at this. What I MEAN, is an average home brewer could easily be 10% off.
Raws, for test is easily 95%+, but lets say 5% impurities, lets assume you have a scale that can measure to , for a 100ml batch @ 200mg/ml you'll need 20g, even is only .5%, should have no problems measuring that.
Most people brew in beakers or media flasks, neither of which can measure volume very well, unless you brew in a graduated cylinder, you won't be able to accurately measure your total volume.
So you must calculate your end volume. In order to do this you need to know how much your 20g of raws displaces, I believe there is a lot of discrepancy in this area, different compounds displace volume at a different rate, 1g of test does not add 1ml to the solution. A .1ml/g error could be made in this, so 20g could create a 2ml error.