1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data "You are measuring the density of a metal sample. You have determined that the mass of the sample is 63.8 grams, and your error in this result is plus or minus 0.1 g. The volume of the sample is 8.8 +/- 0.1 cm^3. What is the maximum error (in g/cm^3) in your measurement of the sample density? " 2. Relevant equations density=mass/volume For z = x/y: δz/z = δx/x + δy/y 3. The attempt at a solution Well, filling into the equation for δz/z and substituting this for δρ/ρ and solving for δρ: δρ=ρ(δm/m + δv/v) =(63.8g/8.8cm^3)(0.1g/63.8g + 0.1cm^3/8.8cm^3) =(7.25g/cm^3)(0.01293) =0.0937g/cm^3 However, it says this answer is incorrect. Any hints on where I am going wrong?