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say i have a function given by
\[f(x)=\frac{v_1+v_2(v_3^3)}{YG}\]

for what class is this?

physics 2..
if i have 3 different avg velocities
v1,v2 and v3
and
\[U_t,U_d,U_Y,U_G\]

should i find the uncertainty of each velocity? that would seem to give a rounding error though =/

or would i go about with substituting in
\[v=\frac{d}{t}\]

if i switch to d/t|dw:1360620787006:dw|

|dw:1360620861233:dw|

then would i do for d1,t1,d2,t2,d3,t3,Y,and G?

using partials of course

|dw:1360620933162:dw|

but mayben ot since the other v terms cancel out in each partial

any luck turing?

Can't say I can really help here, sorry :(

derp lol

@jemurray3 so in other words i should do d1 d2 d3 partials and t1 t2 t3 partials