Unformatted text preview: • Now you have your equation, ready to go. You will be give new values for variables. Plug them into the equation and evaluate the resulting expression Example from p. 527 • Volume varies jointly with the square of r and h. • Given V 198, r 3, and h 7 • V = kr 2 h • 198 k(3) 2 (7) • k 3.14 (our old friend [pi]) • If r = 22 and h = 10, what is V? • V (3.14)*22 2* 10 15,200...
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2010 for the course MATH MATH099 taught by Professor Jonh during the Spring '06 term at Pierce College.
 Spring '06
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 Basic Math

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