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Ifthe error in the measurement of mass of a body is 3% and in tbe measuremenrt of velocity is 2% what is the maximum possible error in calculation of kinetic energy
Ifthe error in the measurement of mass of a body is 3% and in tbe measuremenrt of velocity is 2% what is the maximum possible error in calculation of kinetic energy

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Arun
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```							I will be using ‘d’ for deltaK.E. = (1/2) m*v^2d(KE)/KE = dm/m + 2 dv/v100*d(KE)/KE = 100*dm/m + 2*100* dv/v% chenge in KE = 3+ 2*2 = 7%
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