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A physical quantity 'x'is calculated from the relation x=a^3b^2/root of cd. Calculate percentage error in x, if a, b, c and d are measured respectively with an error of 1%,3%,4% and 2%

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  1. Easy.

    http://www.lhup.edu/~dsimanek/scenario/errorman/propagat.htm

    error= 1*3+3*2-1/2*4-1/2*2=3+6-2-1=6percent error

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