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Estimating volume of a cylinder About how accurately may V=πr2hV=\pi r^2 h be calculated from measurements of rr and hh that are in error by 1%?

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In this exercise we want to find the accuracy at which we can measure the volume VV of a cylinder if we know that V=πr2hV=\pi r^2 h and that the measurements of rr and hh are in error by 1%1\%.

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