Given a vector of experimental data, D, and a vector of truth data, T, return FALSE if any +/- errors (D-T) are outside a given (positive) tolerance, tol, and return TRUE if all are within tolerance.
Problem description is wrong. Should be return FALSE if any +/- errors (D-T) are outside a given (positive) tolerance
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