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Prove that the maximum error in the sum of two quantities is the sum of individual errors of two quantities.

Prove that the maximum error in the sum of two quantities is the sum of individual errors of two quantities.

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suryakanth AskiitiansExpert-IITB
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11 years ago

Dear nitin,

X is the sum of 2 observed quantities a and b.

X = a + b

Maximum absolute error in X = Maximum absolute error in a + Maximum absolute error in b

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