How can I calculate this please? If I am dividing two numbers?
333.7±7.8 by 1.08±0.09 ?
if I simply divide 7.8 by 0.089 then that is 86.66 which is surely too big?
well, thanks for the reply. you could be right there, but that would mean the source of this problem is wrong. Here are their values for instance.
1.08±0.09 / 333.7±7.8 = 309±27
0.13±0.01 / 4.1±0.1 = 32±3
0.30±0.01 / 101.8±0.8 = 339±12
thanks again for your efforts. Any further comments would be appreciated.
The method I showed you was introduced to me as "Propagation of Errors" though if you look it up you might find that as something else. (I never was sure if they got the name of the process right.)
Without having your source handy I can't make any further intelligent guess as to how they want you to calculate it.
it is table 2 in this paper I am going from. Enzyme kinetics
Characterization of phenylpyruvate decarboxylase, ...[J Bacteriol. 2007] - PubMed Result