In Reply to Parent Post by amanbhai
can anyone help me in calculating relative uncertainty of measurement of different test whose measurements are in different units.
I'm not sure I understand the question; if measurement "A" has an uncertainty of x
and measurement "B" has an uncertainty of y,
it doesn't matter what the units of measure used in A and B were. The uncertainty value is what it is, regardless of the UOM.
A month or so ago I saw an AP story about how the British (tennis) Open tournament had decided on unequal prize money for men and women, this after the other Grand Slam tournaments had made the money equal for both sexes. The story said,
Well, it's a 4% increase in drachmas or piasters or pesos, too. 4% is 4%.
The All England Club announced Tuesday that the men's winner this year will receive $1.170 million and the women's champion $1.117 million, a difference of $53,000. It's a four percent increase in British currency.