I have a problem that is urgent and due at 12 afternoon today. I will give you the problem and i dont know if you will get it or not in time. It deals with uncertainties in mass and volume to create a specific density with a new uncertainty. Here is the problem:
The radius of a solid sphere is measured to be (6.30 +or- 0.25 ) cm, and its mass is measured to be (1.80 +or- 0.01) kg. Determine the density of the sphere in kilograms per cubic meter and the uncertainty in the density. (Use the correct number of significant figures.)(4 for both answer and uncertainty)
([4sigfigs]_________ +or- [4sigfigs]_______) kg/m^3 note the change from cm to m
i have the first part correct with the exact first answer being 1718 kg/m^3 but entering 1.720 b/c of the multiplication.
already know how to do the first part.
The Attempt at a Solution
have no idea what to do considering the cubing of the converted m from cm and how to deal with the mass as well
sorry if it was brief but i was in a hurry and im sure everyone can do the first part i just need to know the steps to the error bounds