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q = x+y+z

ERROR IN q = sqrt((error in x^2)+(error in y^2)+(error in z^2))

but, what if the equation i have is

q = x+y-z

would it still be that same equation or would it be,

ERROR IN q = sqrt((error in x^2)+(error in y^2)-(error in z^2))

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- #1

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q = x+y+z

ERROR IN q = sqrt((error in x^2)+(error in y^2)+(error in z^2))

but, what if the equation i have is

q = x+y-z

would it still be that same equation or would it be,

ERROR IN q = sqrt((error in x^2)+(error in y^2)-(error in z^2))

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It would be the same equation, add the error

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