I was looking at chip resistors, and came across the MORNTA1001AT5, which comes in many resistance values. The resistor tolerance is 0.1%, so what is the logic of having the part available in both 4.99k and 5.0k versions? Generally, if you needed accuracy like that, you'd use smaller parts as they are easier to match, so I have no idea why there would be a 4.99k and 5k version. I'm just trying to determine if I'm missing something fundamental.
Edit: Could I get an example of where a 0.1% 4.99k would be used over a 5k at 0.1%?