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Sec26Notes.notebook 1 October 01, 2009 Section 2.6 Modeling with Functions Guidelines Read the problem carefully. Express the model in words Chose the Variables Set up the Model. Find equations and express all of the other variables in terms of one which you will solve for. Use Algebra or your Calculator to solve the equation. Answer the questions posed in the problem . Find two numbers whose sum is 30 and whose product is as large as possible.
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Sec26Notes.notebook 2 October 01, 2009 Find two numbers whose product is 1000 and whose sum is as small as possible. A farmer has 2400 feet of fence and wants to fence off a rectangular area along a straight river. What are the dimensions of the field of largest area that he can fence in?
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Sec26Notes.notebook 3 October 01, 2009 A Norman Window has the shape of a rectangle with a semicircle on top. The Perimeter of the window is to be 30 feet. Find a function that models the area of the window. Find the dimensions that give the largest possible area for the window.
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2009 for the course MATH 150 taught by Professor Unknown during the Fall '06 term at Ohio State.

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Sec26Notes - Sec26Notes.notebook October 01, 2009 Section...

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