When I am finding an area of a square with an uncertainty it’s obvious I do A=lw then Au=A[(lu/l)+(wu/w)). If I am doing the same with a cube, does the same logic apply? Vu=V[(lu/l)+(wu/w)+(hu/h)]. This is where lu is uncertainty of length, wu is uncertainty of width, and h is uncertainty of height. I’m thinking if the same applies with cube then rectangular prism should be straightforward.
Where I am stuck on is cylinder. Let’s say the radius is 10.0cm and the height is 30cm. How exactly would I find the uncertainty of a cylinder?