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If a cylinder’s height is four times its radius, if the cyclinder’s volume (ignoring the metals’ thickness) is 1000 cubic centimeters, and if the radius and hence the height could be in error plus or minus .2325%, determine the relative percentage error in the cyclinder’s volume.
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