Chapter 1Section 1.117. Consider a rod being cut to a length. The length can never be perfect and so must be cut foraccuracy based on a desired tolerance. Tolerance is the amount that a measurement can varyabove or below a design size.Design Tolerance Maximum MinimumLengthLengthLength17.317 in| ± .034 in18.12 cm| ± .15 cmlength328cmcm3.2 meters| ± .06 cm

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Chapter 1
Section 1.1
17. Consider a rod being cut to a length. The length can never be perfect and so must be cut for
accuracy based on a desired tolerance. Tolerance is the amount that a measurement can vary
above or below a design size.
Design Tolerance Maximum Minimum
Length
Length
Length
17.317 in
| ± .034 in
18.12 cm
| ± .15 cm
length
32
8
cm
cm
3.2 meters
| ± .06 cm
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Chapter 1 Section 1.1 17. Consider a rod being cut to a length. The length can never be perfect and so must be cut for accuracy based on a desired tolerance. Tolerance is the amount that a measurement can vary above or below a design size. Design Tolerance Maximum Minimum Length Length Length 17.317 in | ± .034 in 18.12 cm | ± .15 cm length 32 8 cm cm 3.2 meters | ± .06 cm

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Step 1

To estimate the permissible limits for the length of the rod

Step 2

Suppose a quantity x has to be estimated: if the desired (exact) value of x is c and the tolerance limit is d (d>0), then x is allowed to take values between c-d and c+d. Thus the maximum possible (permitted) val...

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