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Homework Help: Physics

Posted by Physics on Saturday, June 20, 2009 at 9:06pm.

when trying to find uncertanty percent error and your given the number - 15 s^-2 m with a implied uncertanty of +/- 1 s^-2 m and you try to find the percent uncertanty and you do this
(- 15 s^2 m)^-1 1 s^-2 m (100 %) is the percent negative or positve

also when trying to find the average percent uncertanty of your data do you count that number as positive or negetive when you find the average by finding the mean?

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