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Calculation of errors in product value

Calculation of errors in product value

Calculation of errors in product value

I am stuck on a seemingly easy one, how can I quote/state the error in a product of numbers for example(x1,x2,x3) with errors +/- 0.5, +/- 0.4, +/- 0.35

RE: Calculation of errors in product value

If you believe class propagation of errors, you can RSS the errors.


RE: Calculation of errors in product value

Thanks it worked ok

RE: Calculation of errors in product value

The propagation of errors was discussed a couple of years ago in the "Statistics in Engineering" forum.  See thread962-92738 for the results of the discussion.

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