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Call that x and say I got:

x=0.10m ± 0.01

And we know that:

T = 2∏√(x/g)

Is it then correct to use the following formula for the uncertainty σT:

σT = dT/dx * σx

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Call that x and say I got:

x=0.10m ± 0.01

And we know that:

T = 2∏√(x/g)

Is it then correct to use the following formula for the uncertainty σT:

σT = dT/dx * σx

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That would work, yep.

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