1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I am given a frequency value of 95 GHz (9.5x10^10 Hz), C= 25 F, L=1.12x10^(-25) H. The question is to find the uncertainties in frequency by taking account of inductor being 5% accurate & capacitor being 8% accurate. 2. Relevant equations I believe this is the correct formula to use--since f= 1/ 2pi * sqrt(LC) (frequency formula) is a division/fraction. (σf)^2= [ (df / L)^2 * σL^2 + (df / C)^2 * σC^2 ] 3. The attempt at a solution Well taking the partial derivatives of f respect to L, I get: C sqrt(LC) / 2pi. For f respect to C I get: L sqrt(LC) / 2pi. So taking the partial derivatives that I had found, I plugged into the equation above Relevant equations & got: (σf)^2= [ (C sqrt(LC) / 2pi)^2 * σL^2 + ( L sqrt(LC) / 2pi)^2 * σC^2 ] I know that the percentage of accuracy should be substituted in σL^2 and σC^2 with respect to the given capacitor and inductor values, however I need a little guidance whether I am on the right track. Thank you!