Hello, my name is Calleigh and i am new to the forum! I am in Calculus II and have a few questions on some problems. I am using the textbook Calculus 8th edition by Larson, Hostetler and Edwards. Could someone please help me? The problem is on pg 922 in chapter 13.5 in the text, number 32. It reads: A triangle is measured and two adjacent sides are found to be 3 inches and 4 inches long, with an included angle of pi/4. The possible errors in measurement are 1/16 inch for the sides and .02 radian for the angle. Approximate the maximum possible error in the computation of the area. I haven't had any problems like this in class, so i don't know what to do. My professor suggested drawing a picture, but i haven't the slightest clue even where to begin. My professor explained it to me but i didn't understand it at all... any help would be greatly appreciated.