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the flow rate of gas through a pipe is given by V=(cd^(1/2))/(T^(5/6)), with c = constant, d is the diameter of the pipe and T is the absolute temperature of the gas. the value d is measured with a maximum error of 1.6% while the error in T is 0.36%. Find the maximum error in calculating V.

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