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the frequency squared is 106.01 k^2 Hz^2. The percentage error is 10 %. How do you quote the quantity

2. Relevant equations

I said (106.0 +/- 10.6) k^2 Hz^2

My question is rounding to (106 +/- 11) k^2 Hz^2 wrong? 11 k^2 Hz^2 seems to be more than 10 per cent. Thanks

3. The attempt at a solution

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# Homework Help: Percentage error

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