Parallel Plate Capacitance

A capacitor with capacitance of C = 8.5±1 μF has a potential difference of V = 4.5±0.4 Volts. What are the charge on the capacitor and the error in this value, in μC?

To find charge I just use Q = C*V correct? And how do I calculate the error?

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