Hi guys..i always seem to forget how to calculate errors and end up confusing myself in a giant mess...so any help much appreciated.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I have 24.98 +/- 1.05 = e/(nkT)

And i need to work out n, i know all the other numbers (which are constants and have no errors). So firstly how do i calculate the error on n if all of the others are constant, and secondly how would i calculate the error on n if T also had an error? Cheers :)

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