Suppose that T is to be found from the formula T = y( e* + e ^X), where x and y are found to be In 2 and 2 with maximum possible errors of dx 0.07 and dy 0.1. Estimate the maximum possible error in thecomputed value of TThe magnitude of the estimated maximum possible error is(Type an integer or a decimal.)

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Suppose that T is to be found from the formula T = y( e* + e ^X), where x and y are found to be In 2 and 2 with maximum possible errors of dx 0.07 and dy 0.1. Estimate the maximum possible error in the
computed value of T
The magnitude of the estimated maximum possible error is
(Type an integer or a decimal.)
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Suppose that T is to be found from the formula T = y( e* + e ^X), where x and y are found to be In 2 and 2 with maximum possible errors of dx 0.07 and dy 0.1. Estimate the maximum possible error in the computed value of T The magnitude of the estimated maximum possible error is (Type an integer or a decimal.)

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Differentiate both sides of...

T=y(e+e)
dT dy (ee+yd(e*+e)
dT dy (ee)y (e-e)dx
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T=y(e+e) dT dy (ee+yd(e*+e) dT dy (ee)y (e-e)dx

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