Quantum Physics and Pure Numbers
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In fact no physical equation can be exact, because the coefficients, which are in terms of some physical quantity such as mass or spring constants, are not exact, so the solutions to the equation are subject to a limit on accuracy approximately equal to the number of significant figures to which the coefficients accurate.
Suppose then that all the numbers representing constants in the equations were truncated to a fixed number of significant figures. Then all the numbers representing the variables would also be uncertain to a related number off significant figures.