Calculating Uncertainties

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I know this is a ridiculously simple question but for some reason I can’t figure it out.

I know how to get the uncertainty but since V=IR, how is the value of V equal to 7.938V, (2.1x10^3 x 1800 only equals 3.78V???)
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(Original post by Lukas1337)
I know this is a ridiculously simple question but for some reason I can’t figure it out.

I know how to get the uncertainty but since V=IR, how is the value of V equal to 7.938V, (2.1x10^3 x 1800 only equals 3.78V???)
It looks like there is a mistake in the printed calculation. I agree with your calculation.
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