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We define R=p+q,p-q,p/q,pq

In each of this case I want to know what will be the error in R.(e.g δR)

Thank you

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We define R=p+q,p-q,p/q,pq

In each of this case I want to know what will be the error in R.(e.g δR)

Thank you

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mfb

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A bit below that section there are examples that cover your cases.

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Mark44

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Mathematically, this doesn't make much sense. I get what you're trying to say, but R can't simultaneously be the sum, difference, product, and quotient of two values.We define R=p+q,p-q,p/q,pq

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Mark44: I believe the question is for .four cases.

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Mark44

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Yes, I understand that, but IMO R=p+q,p-q,p/q,pq is an abuse of notation where there is no explanation that this is shorthand.Mark44: I believe the question is for .four cases.

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