Equation: M (ΔT)=(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The question:

If ΔT has an error of one degree, and i multiply it by the mass of an object (m) is the error in y still one

Attempted answer: or is it proportional to M i.e Δt plus or minus 1 degrees so the error in y is 2M?

P.S i need to be able to know the error for a whole bunch of values because im putting m delta t as an axis on a graph, would i have to work it out for each value of m ΔT

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# Error analysis, multiplying an error

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