# Civil Engineering - UPSC Civil Service Exam Questions - Discussion

Discussion Forum : UPSC Civil Service Exam Questions - Section 22 (Q.No. 7)
7.
If a 30 m length can be taped with a precision of ± 0.01 m, then the standard error of measuring 1.08 km with the same precision will be
± 0.54 m
± 0.45 m
± 0.36 m
± 0.06 m
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Abhi said:   7 years ago
Anyone explain it.

Priya said:   7 years ago

Vikram Syal said:   6 years ago

Phani said:   6 years ago
Ans = 1.08 * 1000 * 0.01 ÷ 30,
= 0.36.

Dhaval said:   6 years ago
I think C is the right answer.

Arjun said:   5 years ago
Here, e is directly proportional to the √l.

Binay yadav said:   5 years ago

Kalpana said:   5 years ago

Soumyajit Mandal said:   4 years ago
The law of probability states that error(e) is proportional to sqrt of that line(L).

Therefore,
e1/e2 = √L1/√L2.
=>0.01/e2 = √30/√1080.
=>e2 = 0.06.
(2)

Raunak said:   3 years ago
Total error = +-(N x (error in the chain)^2).
N = no.of chain (L/30).