1.2 - Input and Output - Problems - Solutions

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Objective [1.2]-Problems Identify the “input” and “output” to a functional relationship including all relevant vocabulary (e.g. independent and dependent variables, domain, range). In each relationship identify the input and the output sets Example- There is a relationship between income and demand for iphones Solution: -------------------------------- 1. There is a relationship between blood alcohol level (BAC)and driving safety 2. Salary is commensurate with experience. 3. Time invested determines course grade. 4. Price of a product is related to demand for that product (note: This is called the “demand function”, In economics demand (quantity) of a good is always the input and price the output, but many times the roles are reversed which will mostly be the case in this course) 5. Average unit cost of a product is determined by the units produced (This relationship is sometimes referred to at “the economy of scale”) 6. Shipping time affects customer satisfaction Input: “Income” Output: “demand for iphones” Input: Blood Alchohol Level (BAC) Output: Driving Safety Input: Experience Output: Salary Input: Time invested Output: Course Grade Input: Demand for a product Output: price Input: units produced Output: Average unit cost of a product Input: Shipping time Output: customer satisfaction

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## This note was uploaded on 10/18/2010 for the course ASD asd taught by Professor Asd during the Spring '10 term at Aarhus Universitet.

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