Asked by satya785583 | 24th Mar, 2019, 10:56: AM
In any physical quantity the percentage error is given by = modulus of power of quantity × percentage error in measurement
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Percentage error in x = 1/2 ×percentage error in a + 2×percentage error in b + 2×percentage error in c
Percentage error in x = 1/2×2 + 2×1 + 2×3 = 1+2+6= 9%
Answered by Ankit K | 24th Mar, 2019, 10:14: PM
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