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The resistance is ( mathrm{R}=frac{mathrm{V}}{mathrm{I}} ) where ( mathrm{V}=(100 pm 5) ) volt and ( mathrm{I}=(10 pm 0.2) ) ampere. What is the total error in ( mathrm{R} ? )
(1) ( 5 % )
(2) ( 7 % )
(3) ( 5.2 % )
(4)( left(frac{5}{2}right) % )

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The resistance is R=V/I where V=(100±5) volt and I=(10±0.2) ampere. What is the total error in R?
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( begin{aligned} R &=frac{1}{I} frac{D R}{R} &=frac{Delta V}{Y} pm frac{D I}{I} &=frac{5}{100} times 100 pm frac{0.2}{10} times 100 &=5 pm 2 &=7 cdot 1 . end{aligned} )

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