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If L=122.14±0.14[cm] and W=24.30±0.57[cm], I got that S=2968.00±69.70[〖cm〗^2], using ∆S=√((∂S/∂L)^2 〖∆L〗^2+(∂S/∂W)^2 〖∆W〗^2 ).

Would you kindly confirm this result? Is it plausible that ∆S would be nearly 70 cm^2??

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# Could uncertainty be that big?

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