Q: What is the greatest possible error for 14.16 m?

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Assuming the number is written to its greatest precision, it will be half of the place of the last digit. Since the 9 is in the tenths place, the greatest possible error is Â±0.5*a tenth = Â±0.05 metres.

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Since 1 kilometre = 1000 metres, then if an error is 1 m in 1 km, then that would translate to 1/1000 = 0.001 x 100 = 0.1% error.

Unfortunately morality has no equation :-( It would be much simpler if morality would be clearly defined and all men would be in agreement about it. If there is a typing error it is possible that you would like to say molarity (m). It is the measure of the concentration of a solute in a solution and it is the ratio between the number of moles of the solute M (number of molecules divided the Avogadro number that is about 6.022 1023) and the solution volume V. Thus m=M/V

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0.05 metres.

Assuming the number is written to its greatest precision, it will be half of the place of the last digit. Since the 9 is in the tenths place, the greatest possible error is Â±0.5*a tenth = Â±0.05 metres.

It is half the place value of the last digit that is given. In this case, it is + or -0.05m = + or - 5 cm.

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It is not clear what do you mean by 'logical error', but perhaps an example will help: int main (void) { FILE *f= fopen ("foobar.txt", "r"); if (f) printf ("couldn't open foobar.txt for reading"); fclose (f); } corrected version: int main (void) { FILE *f= fopen ("foobar.txt", "r"); if (f==NULL) { printf ("couldn't open foobar.txt for reading"); return 0; } fclose (f); } Logical error can be generated by using the #error directive. This directive doesn't allows the program to run, in certain conditions. An error message has been generated by the compiler because of this preprocessor directive. e.g. #define M 10 #if M!=10 #error M must be 10 #endif in this case no error mesage will be generated because M is equal to 10 #define M 11 #if M!=10 #error M must be 10 #endif in this case, as M is not equal to 10 error message will be generated by the compiler and the message will be M must be 10.

The noun 'max' (lower case m) is an informal word for 'maximum', the greatest possible amount or degree. The noun 'Max' (upper case M) is the name of a person, a proper noun, often a shortened form of 'Maximilian'.

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a is 3m b is 3n m and n are relatively prime - they do not have any common factors. a2 = 9m2 Since m had no factors in common with n, m2 also has no factors in common with n. We know that 3 is a common factor of a and b. The only new possible factor between a2 and b is the second 3 when a is squared. We do not know whether b had more than one factor of 3. So, the greatest common factor of a2 and b, when the greatest common factor of a and b is 3, is either 3 or 9.

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