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calculate the percentage error in the following A= X 3/2 ×Y 3 /Z −1/2 e following A= X 3 /2 * Y 3 ​/Z


2 years ago

Susmita
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							$A=\frac{x^\frac{3}{2}�y^3}{z^\frac{1}{2}}$Take logarith on both sides.logA=(3/2)logx+3logy-(1/2)logzTake derivative.$\frac{dA}{A}=\frac{3}{2}\frac{dx}{x}+3\frac{dy}{y} -\frac{1}{2}\frac{dz}{z}$Relative error $|\frac{dA}{A}|=\frac{3}{2}|\frac{dx}{x}|+3|\frac{dy}{y} | + \frac{1}{2} |\frac{dz}{z}|$You can calculate its numerical value when relative errors in x,y,z are given.Percentage error is|dA/A|×100Hope this helps.Please approve if it does.

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