1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hi everyone, I'm having some homework trouble, and am hoping you can help me out. Here's the question. QUESTION: Using the propagation method for calculating uncertainties, calculate the absolute, relative, and percentage uncertainty for the volume of the cylinder and the uncertainties for density for each of the different methods used. INFORMATION: Mass of Cylinder: 20.6g +/- .1g Composition of Cylinder: Copper (8.87g/cm^3) Method 1: Meter Stick Average length: 2.07cm Average Diameter: 1.16cm Uncertainty: +/- .05cm Method 2: Vernier Calipers Average Length: 2.142cm Average Diameter: 1.211cm Uncertainty: +/- .0025cm 2. Relevant equations Propagation of Uncertainties: Code (Text): 1. If S=A+B (ΔS=ΔA+ΔB) 2. If D=A-B (ΔD=ΔA+ΔB) 3. If P=A.B ΔP ΔA ΔB __ = __ + __ P A B 4. If Q=A/B ΔQ ΔA ΔB __ = __ + __ Q A B 5. If P=A^N ΔP ΔA __ = N___ P A Percent Error: [Accepted - Measure] / Accepted *100 3. The attempt at a solution I've read the rules, and I understand you arent supposed to ask for help if you dont at least try, but I honestly have no clue where to begin. If anyone could help me start out I'll quickly respond with my best effort. But I am currently totally lost.