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# Composition - Math 16A Kouba A Practical Example of...

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Unformatted text preview: Math 16A Kouba A Practical Example of Functional Composition According to Boyle’s Law, at a constant temperature the volume V occupied by a ﬁxed quantity of gas is inversely proportional to the applied pressure P. Assume that for a particular sample we have the following experimental relationships between volume V (cm.3) and pressure P (lbs. / in?) as well as between pressure P (lbs. / in?) and time t (min). \/ (M3) l I I I l I l l I I Use the grapical information on the previous page to sketch the relationship between volume V and time t. (Note that this will represent the graph of the functional composition V :2 f (P) :: f (g(t))) V(cm.3) 200 100 t (min.) O 5 1O 15 2O 25 time, t (min.) pressure, P (lbs./in.2) volume, V (cm.3) 1O 15 20 25 ...
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