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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi,

When I'm doing an experiment,

If the result of the experiment was some points, which I interpolate to create the linear function:

y=(a/b^2) x+c

while y is a function of x: y=f(x)

If the standard error in y was (S), How can I calculate the error in b?

Thank you

When I'm doing an experiment,

If the result of the experiment was some points, which I interpolate to create the linear function:

y=(a/b^2) x+c

while y is a function of x: y=f(x)

If the standard error in y was (S), How can I calculate the error in b?

Thank you